It’s Thursday, and it’s the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre.
The Irish Film Festival is coming to the Somerville Theater on March 19th, running until the 22nd. Moviemaker called it “One of the Top 20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.”
After Tuesday’s election, Bruce Mohl reviews the impact of Governor Baker’s super PAC, which promotes moderate centrists of both parties. The results? Right down the middle.
I don’t think anyone actually believed the official numbers from Iran on how many were infected with coronavirus. 3000? More like 30,000. In China, social media propagandists are revising the history of the virus to imply that it originated in the US. Airlines are cutting flights but are showing some flexibility with rescheduling. And don’t worry about that Amazon package sent from China. The virus wouldn’t survive the trip. It does turn out, though, that maybe you can give the virus to your dog. Or maybe not.
Investor and hedge fund manager Ray Dalio has some thoughts on the potential economic impact of the virus.
If you’re thinking about buying a new TV, this series on demystifying technical terms might be a good place to start your research. There are four parts: 1- Screen size, resolution, and speed; 2- Display types and technologies; 3- Color standards, definitions and 4- LED backlighting.
And The Wirecutter looks across all categories to give us a list of the their longest running best products.