• Hey Facebook, Two factor authentication is still important

    In the latest swing of the 'convenience versus security' pendulum, Facebook seems poised to let users disable two-factor authentication (2FA) on certain devices, potentially undermining the bedrock of account security. What are they thinking?
  • The Genetic Puzzle: Exploring the Rewards and Risks of DNA testing kits

    The allure of genetic testing kits like 23andMe, with their promises of ancestral insights and health revelations, is undeniable. However, as we rush to decode our genetic blueprint, we must also confront the potential perils that come with it—from irreversible commitments and threats to personal privacy to concerns of data misuse and ethical questions about compensation. As technology and societal norms evolve, the future applications of our genetic data remain uncertain. Before delving deep into your genetics, it's imperative to balance the fascination with our DNA's secrets against the broader implications and risks involved.
  • Where have I been?

    After a two-year break following my startup's acquisition, personal challenges and health setbacks paused my blogging journey. Now, with renewed perspective, I'm committed to reconnecting here, grateful for your ongoing support.
  • Some thoughts on GitHub Copilot - Your AI pair programmer

    Today marked the technical preview of [GitHub Copilot - Your AI pair programmer](https://copilot.github.com/). It's something I've long been expecting ever since Microsoft acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion.
  • Permanent Record by Edward Snowden

    I remember when Mandela was released. I remember where I was when watching the twin towers fall. I remember the feeling of hope when Obama was elected sworn in as president. I remember when the American people learned that their government was spying on its own people.

  • 1
  • 2