• Devin Coldewey
  • March 8, 2019

SpaceX makes history by completing first private crew capsule mission

Opening a door to the future

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule has safely splashed down in the Atlantic, making it the first privately built crew-capable spacecraft ever to complete a mission to the International Space Station. It’s one of several firsts SpaceX plans this year, but Boeing is hot on its heels with a crew demonstrator of its own — and of course the real test is doing the same thing with astronauts aboard.

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  • Anthony Ha
  • March 7, 2019

Daily Crunch: Zuckerberg lays out his privacy vision

In a long post published yesterday, the Facebook CEO laid out his vision for making Facebook’s products more privacy-friendly. But can Facebook reform its 15-year legacy as devourer of all things private with a single sweeping manifesto?

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  • Sergius Barretto
  • Feb 24, 2019

The Name Game

Sergius talks about how naming is an art form.

‘Arose by any other name would smell as sweet.’ William Shakespeare was right. Call it whatever, a rose would still smell the same, look as nice and have the same thorny stem too. But that’s botany, enter the world of marketing and this does not necessarily hold true. A rose by any other name, could smell different, look different and taste different too.

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