“Print a poster version of this comic to hang up on your fridge or give away to friends. Download the poster Coronavirus FAQ: Can I get COVID outdoors?.”
Marie Darrieussecq Q & A
In the Hindustan Times Arunima Mazumdar has a Q & A with the author, in ‘I was reborn as a writer’ - Marie Darrieussecq, author, Pig Tales.
New to me re. Pig Tales: "Jean-Luc Godard bought the novel rights as soon as it came out, in September 1996". (But, yeah, it didn't work out.)
How to Stop Your Android Phone
MakeUseOf: “No matter where you go online, you’re being tracked. Apps and websites constantly monitor your activity and collect your data for all sorts of reasons. Your physical location, buying behavior, and media consumption habits all leave a trail every time you pick up your phone. If privacy is a big deal for you, this is enough to invite a lot of fear and anxiety. In this guide, we’ll show you eight ways you can stop your Android phone from tracking you…”
How to scrub yourself from the internet, the best that you can
Washington Post: “Data brokers collect detailed information about who we are based on our things like our online activity, real world purchases and public records. Together, it’s enough to figure out your political leanings and health status, even if you’re pregnant. Friday’s news that the Supreme Court had overturned , and abortion could become illegal in at 13 states within a month, highlight concerns about ways these piles of information could be used. You can’t fully scrub yourself from the internet. A little bit of you will always linger, whether it’s in data-broker databases, on old social media you forgot about or in the back of someone else’s vacation photos on Flickr. That’s no reason to give up! You can absolutely take steps to protect your privacy by cleaning up things like your Google results. For the best results you’ll need time, money, patience, and to live in a country or state with strong privacy laws…”