Astrophysicist gets magnets stuck up nose while inventing coronavirus device: Australian Dr Daniel Reardon ended up in hospital after inserting magnets in his nostrils while building a necklace that warns you when you touch your face.
Proxyman – Modern and Delightful HTTP Debugging Proxy on macOS: Proxyman is a native, high-performance macOS application, which enables developers to observe and manipulate HTTP/HTTPS requests.
Note to social media content managers: Check your scheduled posts. King 5 Seattle’s article about which Capitol Hill restaurant has the “most adventurous brunch menu” that published today is…poorly timed. Note the “Breaking News” banner up top, too.
Interesting side effect in Thailand: Coronavirus means drop in international tourism means fewer tourists feeding the monkeys means monkey troupes are hungry and overrunning the city.
New Mac app Slideas is like Keynote powered by Markdown: Saving for later: A Keynote/PowerPoint-style presentation app powered by Markdown formatted text. Requires macOS Mojave, though, so I can’t run it yet.
Don’t Panic: The comprehensive Ars Technica guide to the coronavirus: “You should be concerned and take this seriously. But you should not panic. This is the mantra public health experts have adopted since the epidemic mushroomed in January—and it’s about as comforting as it is easy to accomplish. But it’s important that we all try.”
New Evidence Shows How Russia’s Election Interference Has Gotten More Brazen: The Kremlin-linked operation behind 2016 election meddling is using similar tactics for 2020, plus some new ones.
The Body Shop is adopting “open hiring”: No interviews, no background checks, no drug tests. When there is a job available, just answer three yes-or-no questions and the job is yours. It’s a new philosophy called “open hiring”—and it works.