Twitter bans political ads on their platform, Adobe unleashes Creative Suite updates, and major iOS 13 bugs continue to linger and annoy both users and developers.
This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into Overton’s Window. Joseph Overton observed that in a given public policy area, such as education, only a relatively narrow range of potential policies will be considered politically acceptable. This “window” of politically acceptable options is primarily defined not by what politicians prefer, but rather by what they believe they can support and still win re-election.
What is the “Know Nothing” movement? The Know Nothing movement was an American nativist political party that operated nationally in the mid-1850s. It was primarily anti-Catholic, xenophobic, and hostile to immigration.
What are your limits with what you’re willing to tolerate as far as data collection on your life is concerned? Do you realize that your political views can be influenced on social media platforms like Facebook?
Nazis in 2017? Also, will Apple Park have day care?