Check out the new Blender features developed for GSoC 2019: from updates to the Outliner to VR support.
— Read on www.blendernation.com/2019/09/30/see-the-neat-new-blender-features-from-google-summer-of-code-2019/
Fox News host Chris Wallace blasted White House adviser Stephen Miller on Sunday for refusing to answer questions about the whistleblower who started the drive to impeach President Donald Trump.
— Read on crooksandliars.com/2019/09/enough-rhetoric-chris-wallace-lights
Former White House National Security Advisor Tom Bossert said he’s “deeply frustrated” how Rudy Giuliani keeps pushing the DNC server hack conspiracy theory.
— Read on talkingpointsmemo.com/news/tom-bossert-deeply-frustrated-dnc-crowdstrike-conspiracy-theory
One top official is out. Congress is at the doorstep. And the president’s lawyer is practically taunting him on live television. What does the Secretary of State do now?
— Read on www.thedailybeast.com/mike-pompeo-grapples-for-ways-to-outlast-hurricane-rudy
Here’s a catch-up of the major events of the week of September 2, 2019. You can check in with a minimal time commitment, read about the big stuff and stay in the know before we’re on to the next. This week we saw Parliament step-up to defeat Boris Johnson, an ongoing attempt by Trump to defend altering a map with a Sharpie, four states canceling GOP primaries and the Taliban at Camp David… on the week of September 11th…supposedly. There’s a lot to cover, let’s dig right in.
— Read on shero.substack.com/p/what-had-happened-was-sept-2nd-8th
The MIT-Epstein debacle shows ‘the prostitution of intellectual activity’. Time for a radical agenda: close the Media Lab, disband Ted Talks and refuse tech billionaires money
— Read on www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/sep/07/jeffrey-epstein-mit-funding-tech-intellectuals
This looks intriguing enough to “feed” my sourdough starter!
…and other sordid tales. This Beach Week ’83 letter is probably the source of his alias in Judge’s book.