- New EPA head told Congress he never used personal email for government business. But it turns out he did. (Washington Post) Seriously? You could weasel your way out of this, but he flat out lied.
- 8 out of 10 patient-advocacy groups have conflict-of-interest problems, study finds (MinnPost) Big pharma and insurance are creating AstroTurf groups.
- Dangerous backdoor exploit found on popular IoT devices (TechRadar) Another episode of the internet of sh%$.
- How America Became a Colonial Leader in Its Own Cities (Vanity Fair) Chris Hayes notes that law enforcement in black neighborhoods more closely resemble occupation than what white people call law enforcement.
- Excessive CEO Pay for Dumb Luck (Bloomberg) Higher pay correlates to lower performance, and their pay-for-performance criteria eschews GAAP, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- How to choose and pair typefaces (Zell Liew) A useful primer, but I tend to stick with Times Roman and its variants, except when I need to monospace, and then I use Courier, because I am a dull guy.
I would argue that this was the best video of the 1980s: