How to hack and not hack a missile. The New York Times is getting some stuff wrong lately.
The video here shows how open source information can be used to check on the claims of chemical weapons strikes.
Three stories about Estonia, to cheer you up!
Song as resistance: The strange story of Estonia’s singing revolution. I don’t find the story strange, think it makes a lot of sense, but headline writers. Top photo from here. I love that place. The song stage, seen here from what I’d estimate as a quarter of a mile, holds 30,000 people.
Estonia has large reserves of oil shale, not to be confused with the shale of the fracking industry. They’d rather use it than depend on Russia for natural gas, but it’s a dirty energy source.
Robert Pirsig died this week. His Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance was a formative book for many of us.