Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Elena Kagan, like all these days nominated for office, is in for a grilling and we're in for more politics and obfuscation. I haven't read a lot, but what I have read, she's capable of eviscerating any sacred cow on either side of the political or social spectrum. Quite honestly, I think that's a good thing.
Apparently there's an uproar because the US is still using private contractors for spying. Some say it is illegal. Just asking here, but isn't the inherent concept behind the art of spying, illegal by definition? Again, just asking.
Just like we'll probably never know what the real deal was and who the real culprit is behind the oil mess in the Gulf, we probably will never know how bad (or not) the situation really is beneath the surface. This article says there's much we can't see going on.
Political primaries are scheduled for Tuesday and some incumbents are going to get toppled on both sides. Healthy. Both sides are running scared, but I think the Republicans are running a bit more scared than the Democrats.
Hackers are apparently able to disable car engines and brakes in automobiles. This will be interesting.
Is the iPad keeping you awake? If so, turn the damn thing off.
Steve Jobs and a Gawker editor went back and forth via email over several issues earlier in the weekend. Jobs says the iPad offers the world "Freedom from Porn" and other things. So, what about that browser thing?