It’s Thursday, I think. Beginning to lose track. Beautiful sunny day here in Fla.
Jack Dorsey has some news about the future of Twitter.
The Massachusetts legislature finally passed the supplemental budget, but not without a little drama. The Boston City Council, also facing a deadline, moved an assortment of proposals to a vote.
George Laurer, developer of the barcode, has died at 94. The first item to be scanned was a package of Juicy Fruit in 1974.
Britain votes today in a general election. The results could seal the deal for Boris Johnson or make the Brexit situation even more murky. Looks to be a close one.
And The Verge highlights the top 100 devices that defined the decade. Yes, selfie sticks and pop-sockets are included.