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Month October 2022

Book Recommendations for Thanksgiving Break

Here at the LIT-SIS blog, we’re always looking for a good read, especially around an upcoming break. In no particular order, here are some non-fiction books we recommend you read during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday – many of them will… Continue Reading →

Hypertext Gardens (1998)

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What’s New on Paramount+ in November 2022

Over the past several years, Taylor Sheridan has become one of the most important movers and shakers in television. I mean, presumably. Like the work Dick Wolf and Steven Bochco—two other writer/producers whose shows trade in violence and crime—I don’t… Continue Reading →

Twitter Is Now an Elon Musk Company

Elon Musk has “added [Twitter] to his business empire after months of legal skirmishes,” writes The Verge’s Elizabeth Lopatto, citing reports from CNBC, The Washington Post and Insider. From the report: Musk’s first move on Thursday was to oust Parag… Continue Reading →

Elon Musk fired top Twitter execs including CEO, reports say

Elon Musk fired key Twitter executives Thursday, one of his first moves as the official owner of the social media platform. According to reports from the New York Times, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and other outlets,… Continue Reading →

It happened: Elon Musk officially owns Twitter

It’s for real this time. After months of legal drama, bad memes, and will-they-or-won’t-they-chaos to put your favorite rom-com to shame, Elon Musk has closed his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter. A number of outlets reported that Musk sealed the… Continue Reading →

Physical ‘Copies’ of the New Call of Duty Are Just Empty Discs

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Cartridges and discs used to be how you got the latest games, but that’s been changing as downloads have become more convenient and reliable. But some people prefer the sure thing: a… Continue Reading →

2022-10-27 21:31:23

FeedLand can also generate feeds, not just read them. For example, when I like an item in a feed I’m reading in FeedLand, it’s automatically added to a public feed of the items I’ve liked. Every user gets one of… Continue Reading →

Meta is in trouble

A day after weighing in with its third-quarter earnings report, Meta is flailing. The company formerly known as Facebook was in trouble Thursday after uninspiring numbers and an apparent lack of faith in Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse vision sent its shares… Continue Reading →

Why I use Jellyfin for my home media library

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