- New Wells Fargo Employee Walked Through All The Crimes He’ll Be Asked To Commit (The Onion) America's finest news source.
- Chocolate's Secret Ingredient Is Fermenting Microbes (Scientific American) I did not know that chocolate was a fermented foodstuffs.
- Fortran, a 70-year-old computer language, lands back on the top 20 most popular list (Boing Boing) I remember Fortran.
- As Private Equity Comes to Dominate Autism Services… (The Nation) Kill it with fire. "A handful of articles and papers report that agencies acquired by private equity employ under-trained, unlicensed therapists and engage in serial abuse."
- AT&T said Trump's tax cut would create jobs – now it's laying off thousands of workers (The Guardian) Is anyone actually surprised by this?
- Scott Rudin Accused of Physically Abusing His Staff With Computers and Potatoes (Vulture) Not The Onion. Also, What the f%$#, Hollywood?
- IBM creates a COBOL compiler – for Linux on x86 (The Register) More tech nostalgia.
- A ‘System of Espionage’ Reigned at Ikea, a French Prosecutor Charges (New York Times) The problem is not just American business, the problem is just business.
An oldie but goody, John Oliver on Ayn Rand: