The start of a Wednesday week. And a royal happy birthday to The Queen.
The verdict is in. But the problems with policing and race are far from resolved.
The Boston Public Library and U-Mass, Boston – both publicly funded – paid thousands on large ads in the Globe to bid a fond farewell to Marty Walsh as he headed to Washington. As reported by Commonwealth Magazine (not the Globe, obviously) both were quick to try to justify the expenditures. I imagine they even had straight faces when they did so.
This type of use may be an example of why Charlie Baker refused to jump on the ‘ban all facial recognition by law enforcement’ bandwagon.
Apple announced some new products yesterday. Very colorful computers. I’ll wait for the larger screens coming, presumably, later in the year.
And Ted Nugent somehow managed to catch a fake virus. We should all wish him a fake speedy recovery.