Wednesday, September 16, 2020


“May you see sunshine where others see shadows, and opportunities where others see obstacles.”

Hacker Alex Hope says he used a photo of a plane boarding pass Abbott posted on Instagram to obtain the information

On Wednesday, hacker Alex Hope revealed that he had managed to use a photo Abbott posted on Instagram in March to reveal a security flaw in the online check-in portal of the country’s national airline carrier, Qantas.
In a lengthy post on his blog, and as first reported by Gizmodo, Hope claimed that he had been able to use a reference number on the boarding pass to log in to Abbott’s online booking page with the airline


Kafka's sentences open with a lucid idea before attempting to present its consequences, comma after unrelenting comma  

As Conquest’s Third Law of Politics states, “The simplest way to explain the behavior of any bureaucratic organization is to assume that it is controlled by a cabal of its enemies.”

SHOCKING NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE:  Some people more likely to binge eat during pandemic, study says.

Quantum startup CEO suggests we are only five years away from a quantum desktop computer

Nepotism is an ugly word, and few issues provoke as much anger and frustration, especially in the literary world. But how bothered should we really be?   Nepotism 

To read great books by flawed authors, we must recognize the sins of the past but also look for moments of shared human  experience