We’re pleased as POG to present our latest guest post; this one is a satirical essay very much in the tradition of Jonathan Swift’s A Modest Proposal. Our featured writer is Peter Van Buren, author of Ghosts of Tom Joad:… Read More ›
Thursday’s child has, apparently, far to go. But we have only about 36 little hours to go until the weekend, so grab these attractively-arrayed stair wires and hang in there. We’ve got your news headlines to make the time pass… Read More ›
The Net; you never know what you’re gonna catch. The other day I caught up with ancient-by-internet-standards cinematic classic The Net and was surprised by a) how prescient it was b) the fact that I appear to have become Sandra… Read More ›
“The Great Spycatcher of Fleet Street.” Damn, doesn’t that have a ring to it? He had another, equally awesome nickname: “The Lone Wolf of Fleet Street.” You never heard of this man, and you already think he’s the shizznit, don’t… Read More ›
TGIF say I, you, the Houmaine Family, and that poor sap at the State Department whose talking points got leaked all over the interwebs yesterday. We know you’re in a rush to get to the cabin, the cottage, or the… Read More ›
What a busy, busy day we’ve had today; if the rest of the week keeps up like this, we’ll have to hire PMC‘s (Private Media Contractors) to get all our articles done! So, so much news today; so, so many… Read More ›
It’s been a long week, full of plane crashes, buck passing, spies, spooks, hackers, Anons, and Ceiling Cat alone knows what else. Here’s our last roundup for this week, something to enjoy while you lounge poolside, or peruse idly as… Read More ›
With the situation in the Ukraine, the situation in Gaza, and the situation on Twitter, it’s a busier day than normal in the Cryptosphere, so we decided to push out our daily link roundup a bit early. Here’s all the top news from around the globe.