Michelle Goldberg pretty much sums up how I feel.
Asked about sales trends, a Tesla spokesman pointed to a statement by Mr. Musk in his conference call about first-quarter earnings: “The demand for Model 3 is insanely high. The inhibitor is affordability. It’s just that people literally don’t have the money to buy the car.”
Everything must be a horse race, The Hill edition.
Nobody cares about institutions.
Our intellectual property laws are busted.
I’m proud to say that Jonathan Brostoff used to be my state assemblyman because that hair is awesome.
Quality internet for almost twenty years.
Rob Horning for Real Life:
Facebook must obfuscate if and how its manipulation methods work, and be content to foment paranoia among users about algorithmic control. In that space of mystery, users and advertisers alike are licensed to believe anything and doubt anything.
Kevin Roose for The New York Times:
There’s no doubt that Apple took a firm stand here. But if Mr. Cook truly wants to protect Apple users from privacy-violating apps, he could remove all of Facebook’s products — including Instagram and WhatsApp — from the App Store until the company can prove, in a real and measurable way, that it cares about its users’ privacy.
This is Jamelle Bouie’s debut column.
Great hire by The New York Times.