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baby bump

baby bump

(2000’s | journalese (gossip) | “belly”)

Definitely a Briticism, which is not something I would have guessed. It appeared rarely in the U.S. press before 2005, says LexisNexis, by which time the Brits didn’t even consider it cheeky any more. 483 more words


U.S. politicians sound off on NSA security issues

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Paris attacks have renewed debate on the U.S. government’s post-Sept. 11 domestic surveillance laws, leading to efforts to revive the issue on Capitol Hill and handing Marco Rubio an opening against Ted Cruz in the Republican presidential race. 761 more words


A reflection on ethics

The discussion of online ethics is a broad one, reflected by the huge size of the internet itself. My post this week focussed on the ethics of tracking online. 317 more words

Living And Working On The Web

On Encryption and Terrorists

Not usually what this blog is about but definitely an important subject these days: On encryption and terrorists by Nadim Kobeissi, author of CryptoCat and other encryption software. 182 more words


American Vignettes (I): Totalitarian Undercurrents

The airport is a totalitarian space, writes Joe at The Disorder of Things. “With the imperatives come the questions. Where are you coming from? Where are you going? 12 more words


IBM launches identify mixer

eWeek Apple investigating unresponsive iPad Pro issue; FCC Chairman lauds T-Mobile’s Binge On video streaming; IBM launches identity mixer to protect consumer privacy; and there’s more.  Discover more...