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Uganda to force telcos to list 30% of shares
TeleGeography’s free daily email summary of the world’s top telecom news stories.
Africa  Uganda  2019  shareholding  misc 
yesterday by stevesong
Stocking Up at an Airline’s Garage Sale - The New York Times
Every month on the second Friday, the line forms outside a modest support building next to the Delta Flight Museum. Garage Sale starts at 9:00AM
travel  misc 
6 days ago by masukomi
The Route of a Text Message
This installment is about a single text message: how it was typed, stored, sent, received, and displayed. I sprinkle in some history and context to break up the alphabet soup of protocols, but though the piece gets technical, it should all be easily understood.
6 days ago by zephyr777
[TATBILB] you should know i'm green, but i'll find my way around - gdgdbaby
The thing is: sure, the romance novels Lara Jean reads probably aren't the most accurate depiction out there, but generally speaking, she knows how sex is supposed to go.
lara.jean/peter  trope:first-time  trope:virginity  wc:5-10k  located:ao3  misc 
9 days ago by ofjustimagine
Most of What You Read on the Internet is Written by Insane People : slatestarcodex
If you consume any content on the Internet, you're mostly consuming content created by people who for some reason spend most of their time and energy creating content on the Internet. And those people clearly differ from the general population in important ways.
11 days ago by zephyr777
Cory Doctorow: Disruption for Thee, But Not for Me – Locus Online
Together, the CFAA and DMCA have given digital businesses access to a shadowy legal doctrine that was never written by Congress but is nevertheless routinely enforced by the courts: Felony Contempt of Business-Model ... The CFAA and DMCA 1201 have been carefully distorted into defensive, anti-disruption shields that are only available to digital businesses.
11 days ago by zephyr777

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