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ReHacked vol. 271: Tokyo Street Photography, How influencer cartels manipulate social media, Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings and more

Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground | Smithsonian #history #longread “Gellhorn was willing to put herself in positions where some journalists wouldn’t and then tell the stories that weren’t the traditional ‘what’s going on with a battle?’ or troop
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ReHacked vol. 269: When Kodak Went to War with Polaroid, Carmakers Will Give Your Location to Police Without a Warrant, Voyager 1 Resumes Sending Science Data and more

Steve Blank Secret History – When Kodak Went to War with Polaroid #photography #history #economy #longread In April 1969 Kodak tore up a 20-year manufacturing partnership with Polaroid. In a surprise to everyone at Polaroid, Kodak declared war. They terminated their agreement to supply Polaroid with negative film for Polacolor – the
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ReHacked vol. 262: Timeline of the xz open source attack, Dark Star at 50: How a micro-budget student film changed sci-fi forever, Keeping your data from Apple is harder than expected and more

Timeline of the xz open source attack #software #security #longread Over a period of over two years, an attacker using the name “Jia Tan” worked as a diligent, effective contributor to the xz compression library, eventually being granted commit access and maintainership. Using that access, they installed a very subtle,
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