Mwende “FreeQuency” Katwiwa presented Black Life at the Intersection of Birth and Death as a TED Talk.
The Root published Lakeith Smith Gets 65 Years for Death of 16-Year-Old Killed by Police.
His friend, A’Donte Washington, was killed by police that night, shot four times for allegedly brandishing a gun.
Yet under Alabama’s accomplice liability law, Smith was not only tried as an adult but also charged in A’Donte’s death, even though it was a cop’s bullet that ended the 16-year-old’s life.
Anjali Kumar presented My Failed Mission to Find God – And What I Found Instead as a TED Talk.
Brian Krebs published Don’t Give Away Historic Details About Yourself.
Social media sites are littered with seemingly innocuous little quizzes, games and surveys urging people to reminisce about specific topics, such as “What was your first job,” or “What was your first car?” The problem with participating in these informal surveys is that in doing so you may be inadvertently giving away the answers to “secret questions” that can be used to unlock access to a host of your online identities and accounts.
David Katz presented What if You Could Turn Plastic Trash Into Cash? as a TED Talk.