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#203 – March 28, 2023

Employees Are Feeding Sensitive Data to ChatGPT

More than 4% of employees have put sensitive corporate data into the large language model, raising concerns that its popularity may result in massive leaks of proprietary information.

The secret history of Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and OpenAI

In 2018, Musk wanted to take charge of OpenAI to beat Google but others opposed the move, putting Altman at the helm.

Elon Musk now says Twitter is worth $20 billion, or less than half of what he paid

He paid $44 billion for the company last year.

How John Glenn's $40 Camera Forced NASA to Rethink Space Missions

How John Glenn's $40 drugstore camera, an Ansco Autoset, changed the course of manned space exploration forever.

The Anti-Productivity Manifesto

After a barrage of recommendations on my twitter, I finally ended up reading Oliver Burkeman’s Four Thousand Weeks. The central premise of the book is simple: everyone has got about four thousand weeks to live, and spending that limited time chasing efficiency is wrongheaded. The message seems old.

Get Off My Desktop! Windows Needs to Stop Showing Tabloid News

Microsoft’s distracting us with trashy articles when we’re trying to work.