Things I’ve found interesting March 6th 2020

Some articles I found interesting for this Friday.

Hackers? Leap day? Nope, just plain old internet hysteria took down stock-trading-for-noobs app RobinHood

Dallas: Texas Central Finalizes Agreement with Bullet Train Operator

Of the 5.2 million international trips, 60% were made on Paris-Barcelona route; 18% on Madrid-Barcelona-Marseille route; 13% on Lyon-Barcelona & 9% on Barcelona-Toulouse.

Jurgen Klopp incredulous at coronavirus question following defeat by Chelsea

Apple now allows apps to send ads as push notifications

Apple reportedly warns stores of iPhone replacement shortages

Fish oil supplements linked to lower risk of heart disease and death, study finds

A first look inside the Waldorf Astoria, completely overhauled for luxury condos

Corey Feldman says his life is in danger over doc exposing Hollywood abusers

Eric Dier: Tottenham midfielder involved in altercation with fan after ‘insult’

Jose Mourinho ‘understands’ Eric Dier’s anger after player climbs into stands to confront fan

Racially abused footballer Jonathan Leko criticizes lack of support from anti-racism bodies

Racism in football is ‘bubbling up again,’ says UK anti-racism head

Soccer icon Ruud Gullit ‘disappointed’ players didn’t ‘protect’ racially abused star Moussa Marega

Inter Milan president calls Serie A counterpart ‘clown’ over handling impact of coronavirus

Premier League ‘monitoring’ coronavirus situation ahead of weekend’s fixtures

Ronaldinho held by police in Paraguay over ‘fake passport’

New Windows 10 Start menu: Microsoft shows this new design that sidelines Live Tiles

You’ll get your money – when this bank has upgraded Windows 7… or bought extended support

Windows 10: How long will your next feature update take to install?

New Windows 10 update: Microsoft tries again to fix Search bugs

Microsoft is discontinuing Cortana consumer skills starting with Windows 10 20H1

Coughs and sneezes spread releases: Microsoft’s Cosmos DB is getting a freebie tier but you’re not meant to know yet

Twitter Is Testing Self-Destructing Tweets

‘No time to waste’: UK water industry targets net zero by 2030

NYC plastic bag ban: Reusable bags to buy now

E.U. Proposes a Climate Law. Greta Thunberg Hears ‘Empty Words.’

New Study Shows 55+ Age Group Most Likely To Take Climate & Environmental Action

Feed the family or save the planet? The fracking choice for Pennsylvania’s voters

Tesla updates mobile app for Model Y

Half of new colon and rectal cancer diagnoses are now in people age 66 and younger, report finds

Colon and rectal cancer seem to be on the rise—in millennials And obesity is probably a culprit

‘Dying for Sex’ podcast follows terminal cancer patient’s wild sexcapades

An egg a day may be fine for you after all, a new study says

US forces could be investigated for war crimes and crimes against humanity for first time

I.C.C. Allows Afghanistan War Crimes Inquiry to Proceed

Dramatic bodycam video shows fatal shooting of ‘ER’ actress Vanessa Marquez

University City man dressed as the Joker villain livestreamed threats to kill people, charges say

North Broadway thoroughfare to get 18 security cameras in far north St. Louis

The Supreme Court Just Gave the Border Patrol a License to Kill

Is the new passport really blue or black?

Alex Trebek surprised a homeless organization with a $100,000 check

Cyborg-suited ‘Rollerman’ is powered by … roller skates

Fabio Wibmer wows the world with daredevilry on two wheels

Yukon to stay on Daylight Saving Time as territory scraps seasonal time change

Japanese chef carves food into incredible pieces of art

16 Japan experiences every traveler needs to enjoy

Grand Princess: 2,500 on board, some sick, exposed to coronavirus, test kits being air lifted to ship

‘Busch Family Brewed’: Who’s who on the new MTV reality show

After 8 years, Busch heir pulls plug on Kräftig beer company

The History of the URL

Pwned Passwords Padding (ft. Lava Lamps and Workers)

Addressing the Web’s Client-Side Security Challenge

RPKI and the RTR protocol