Geekwire’s Todd Bishop has seen the future of your eyeballs – at least where screened displays are concerned. What if we could all look at the same screen and each see different things? It’s called parallel reality (which, arguably, we are all already living in): this is what it might mean for you.
Washington state might tax you for every mile you drive. To do that, they’ll need to track your car via GPS. Potential issues include privacy concerns, as well as the simple discovery that you’re a bad driver. Mariya Frost of the Washington Policy Center’s Coles Center for Transportation tells us more.
If you’re concerned about privacy, you might be considering the #DeleteFacebook option. But how easy is that to do? Washington Post digital culture reporter Abby Ohlheiser fills us in.
New York Times columnist Lindy West has her own story of leaving a social network. She tells us more, along with a list of tips on how to navigate a multi-gender workplace post-#metoo. Hint: becoming Mike Pence is not the answer.