Here are the articles or web sites that I’ve found this week and linked to on my Pinboard Bookmarks:
- Philip Davies MP: My 16,000 Twitter followers hate me – BBC NewsFor the record, I don’t follow Philip Davies on Twitter, but do hate him.
- Ofcom plans instant payback for broadband woes – BBC NewsOfcom is proposing £10 compensation for every day that your internet is down due to ISP faults.
- Why American Farmers Are Hacking Their Tractors With Ukrainian Firmware – MotherboardAmerican farmers are hacking the John Deere tractors with Ukrainian fimrware, to get around repair restrictions.
- Apple is tired of making Coca-Cola and now wants to sell champagne | Alex Hern | Technology | The Guardian‘Apple is tired of making Coca-Cola and now wants to sell champagne’
- Forgetful railcard users now able to claim refunds if they're told to pay full fareIf you forget your railcard when travelling by train, you’re now able to claim a refund if made to pay full fare
- To censor or not to censor? YouTube's double bind | Technology | The GuardianYouTube’s difficult censorship compromise – how to satisfy both advertisers and the LGBT+ community.
- 802.eleventy what? A deep dive into why Wi-Fi kind of sucks | Ars TechnicaArs Technica on why Wi-Fi routers never quite live up to their promised speeds.
- US man held for sending flashing tweet to epileptic writer – BBC NewsUS man arrested for tweeting seizure-inducing flashing at an epileptic journalist
- The joy of stocks: The weird world of stock photos – BBC NewsThe BBC on common tropes in stock photography.
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