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Saturday, March 14th… Pi day.

Bill Gates is stepping down from the Microsoft board. It’s the end of an era.

Just a few quick updates today. We’re all exhausted and anxious enough as it is. This chart comparing Italy’s rate of coronavirus spread to what’s happening in the US is pretty ominous if it holds up. The hope is that the extensive cancellations and social distancing will blunt the impact for us. Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma is donating a million masks and half a million test kits to the US. At the other end of the spectrum, this couple is profiteering from the virus.

If you’re homebound and looking for something to watch, the new season of Westworld starts tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know in case you forget where they left off, which wouldn’t be hard.

Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC, has not been cancelled. It’s just going virtual.

And in Pembroke Pines, there’s an APB out for a cow. Faster than it looks, they say.

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