Saturday. Today is the anniversary of the time zone.
Press Watch to the NYT over its editorial on free speech: Shut up.
In the invasion of Ukraine, cyber warfare has been conspicuous by its absence. Or has it? Thomas Rid: “Some of the most consequential computer network breaches may stay covert for years, even decades. Cyberwar is here, but we don’t always know who is launching the shots.”
Kyle Chayka wonders if the cameras on the newer iPhones are just a little too good… so good they’re bad.
Military analysts continue to be surprised at the ineffectiveness of the Russian military. Also, John Ismay writes about how Ukrainian soldiers are using shoulder fired missiles to great effect, notably the NLAW, a British weapon made in Sweden by SAAB.
And here’s how to stop. This is important to know.