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EITHER A BIG JOB... OR A VERY SMALL ONE

Guy Rosen is Facebook's vice president of Product Management. But when the company published an update about the Christchurch massacre in the middle of the night on Wednesday, Rosen got a shiny new title: VP of Integrity. That is, until a journalist called Facebook out on the switch.
I.E. THE COMMENT SYSTEM IS USELESS

The process for tracking down instances of comment fraud at the FCC is, as its lawyers accurately portrayed in court, a f**king headache. But what this really means is, if the commission is going to continue to use the ECFS to solicit public comments, the system needs to be retrofitted or completely re-built to facilitate fraud detection.
SHATTERED GLASS

A few years ago, the pans started exploding when they got too hot — which is ironic since Pyrex glass was specifically designed to be heat resistant. Some blamed a change in the glass formula and flocked to thrift stores to buy older models. Others cried hoax.
TEARING OUT THE FIBER OF OUR BEING

This February, only 16 months after it turned on its service, Google Fiber announced plans to turn it off, making Louisville, one of only 19 cities to get Google Fiber since its launch in 2010, the first to lose it. Now, the most visible sign of the tech giant's screw up is lying all over the roads.
SCRATCH THAT

I've had my iPhone XS for a little over three months, and it's driving me crazy. Not the whole thing. The phone is beautiful, fast, a joy to use. What's driving me crazy is an increasingly complex network of scratches on the display glass.
NOT AN ABSOLUTE UNIT

From stars, planets, and asteroids through to black holes and invisible dark matter, our galaxy is packed with a lot of stuff. The total mass of all this celestial stuff, however, is not something astronomers have been able to agree upon.
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