This New York Times article by John Burns (who is no stranger to warzones) suggests that the "CIA Swedish Sex Trap" conspiracy theories around the recent Julian Assange rape allegations may be unfounded. Assange himself claimed the rape charges were part of a political smear campaign, and suggested black ops. A Swedish friend of the Wikileaks founder is quoted: "This wasn't anything to do with the Pentagon. It was just a personal matter between three people that got out of hand." The women aren't named in the NYT piece, but some commenters in the thread accompanying this post believe they've identified one of the parties involved. Swedish prosecutors will decide on the molestation charges today.
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Barr’s redactions aside, I have questions.
Muckrock's JPat Brown (previously) writes, "Wanted to let you know we've got a text-searchable version of the Mueller Report loaded into our crowdsourcing tool that might be of interest to Boing Boing readers."
The digital age is well and truly upon us, but let’s not forget there’s a load of free TV content floating literally over our heads. No, we’re not talking about the internet. Signals from major broadcast networks are still gratis for anyone who can pick them up with an antenna. And before you envision those […]
Who said LEGO® had to be ground bound? With The Force Flyers DIY Building Block Fly ‘n Drive Drone, you can turn LEGO® and other building-block creations into fully-functional flying machines. It’s available now in the Boing Boing Store for $39.99. This kit comes with everything you need for remote-controlled long distance flight, including a […]
When businesses need big cloud projects done right, they need experts in DevOps. For the uninitiated, that’s shorthand for the framework that allows development and operations teams to work together toward the same goal – not as independent departments with their own agendas. There’s an arsenal of software that has cropped up to help in […]