Trump, the United Nations, hurricanes, praying — these are just some of the things that Donovan discusses in this episode of Don Talk.
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- DeWitt home’s ‘quiet neighbors’ a selling point that’ll make you smile — If you can have fun with something, why wouldn’t you? So says East Lansing real estate agent Shane Broyles.
- 8 dead at Florida nursing home where Irma knocked out power – CBS News — Eight patients at a Florida nursing home who spent days in sweltering heat died after Hurricane Irma knocked out their air conditioning.
- FEMA insurance chief: Harvey losses could top $11 billion – ABC News — The head of the National Flood Insurance Program said Wednesday early estimates show Hurricane Harvey will result in about $11 billion in payouts to insured homeowners, mostly in southeast Texas.
- US bans use of Kaspersky software in federal agencies — The US government has officially banned the use of Kaspersky security software in all of its federal agencies. Kaspersky has been under suspicion for cyberespionage for several months now, especially due to its ties to the Russian government and the fact that the company is required under Russian law to comply with Russian intelligence agency requests.
- South Park Premiere Triggered Everyone’s Amazon Devices Causing Mayhem — The cartoon parodied the increased popularity of smart speaker devices, which allow users to essentially talk to technology in order to set alarms, add items to shopping lists and general life admin.
- HTML5 DRM finally makes it as an official W3C Recommendation | Ars Technica — The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the industry body that oversees development of HTML and related Web standards, has today published the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) specification as a Recommendation, marking its final blessing as an official Web standard. Final approval came after the W3C’s members voted 58.4 percent to approve the spec, 30.8 percent to oppose, with 10.8 percent abstaining.
- The world as we know it is about to end — again — if you believe this biblical doomsday claim – The Washington Post — No, there’s no such thing as a planet called Nibiru, he said. No, it’s not a brown dwarf surrounded by planets, as iterations of the claim suggest. No, it’s not on a collision course toward Earth. And yes, people should “get over it.”