Into the Metaverse We Go
On June 23, 2003, Linden Labs unveiled a website called Second Life. It is a website wherein individuals can interact and live a second life as an online character, called an avatar. In 2004, several politicians held virtual press conferences in Second Life. The Maldives and Sweden opened virtual embassies. Second Life is still around, but it's now used primarily by those without social lives…
Did Microsoft Inadvertently Confirm It Uses Anticompetitive Practices?
Tech outlet The Verge accused Microsoft of “forcing” users into the tech giant’s own browser, targeting workarounds “even if their default browser is not [Microsoft] Edge.”
Woke Nonsense: Microsoft Hosts Open MSIgnite Declaring Race, Guilt
Microsoft opened an event by apologizing to indiginous tribes of America on whose land their offices are built. No word on whether Bill Gates wants to actually return them.
WOKE: Microsoft Hosts Open Presentation Declaring Race, Pronouns
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TYRANNY! Big Tech Pushes Employees to Provide COVID Vax Proof: Report
Big Tech tyranny knows no bounds. Big Tech companies have gone so far as to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for their employees, but now apparently even that isn’t enough. Some of those employees are being required to show proof.
Bill Gates Says Trump Probably Should Be Allowed Back on Social Media
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates suggested to CNBC that former President Trump should be allowed to speak on social media.
Trump Opens New Front in War on Big Tech: Microsoft
Now that Microsoft has joined other Big Tech companies in refusing to help police, President Donald Trump has retweeted a call to have them barred from government contracts. Microsoft followed the lead of IBM and Amazon in vowing to stop supplying police with facial recognition technology. An emailed letter from 250 Microsoft employees may also have forced their leadership’s hand.…