- Why is the US a decade behind Europe on “chip and pin” cards? [Heather Long]
- The Mac birthday video should inspire everyone: including Apple. [Ken Segall]
- (CMS Maker) Squarespace is a quiet success story. [Miguel Helft]
- The California Droughts & mainstream media. [Charlie Petit]
- My Dirty Stream (Hudson River) and Pete Seeger. [Michelle Nijhuis]
- Sparse, a design driven startup making bike lighting system tells its story, 2 years in. [Colin Owen]
- Could Watson and Siri love like Her’s Samantha? [Jessie Hempel]
- The cognitive dissonance of the One Percent. [Andrew Sullivan]
- The real State of the Union. [Lambert Strether]
- There are no accidents (and accidental audiences.) [Rob Horning]
2 thoughts on “What I am reading today”
The chip and pin debate has been quite the topic of discussion in my house for the last two weeks as I searched for a new credit card that gave me that feature without charging me extra for it. It was frustrating and I was startled when one company explained to me that “those cards really aren’t any more secure than a regular credit card”.
Did they say why they are not secure?
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