Web Finds – May 3, 2023
Welcome to Web Finds, where I curate a collection of the most interesting and useful web links that I've come across.
There's never a dull moment in the world of tech and cybersecurity. Bloggers covered a wide range of topics, from journaling apps to Chinese hackers. Kev Quirk argues that a small monthly contribution can make a big difference in supporting independent creators. Alan Ralph takes us on a nostalgic trip, exploring how old technologies are making a comeback. Meanwhile, Matt Birchler cautions against over-optimizing, warning that it can be counterproductive. Mark Ellis wonders if Apple's new journaling app will spell the end for Day One, and Simon Willison walks us through Mastodon's new onboarding experience. On the security front, MacRumors reports on Apple's rapid response to security threats, including the latest Atomic macOS Stealer malware. The Washington Post investigates Amazon's clinic privacy policies, while CNBC sheds light on the staggering gap between Chinese hackers and FBI cyber staff.
- It Only Costs a Coffee per Month
- What’s Old Is New Again
- Will Apple’s Journaling App Kill off Day One?
- A new onboarding experience on Mastodon
- Apple Releases Rapid Security Response Updates for iOS 16.4.1 and macOS 13.3.1
- Atomic macOS Stealer Malware Can Steal Keychain Info, Files, Browser Wallets and More
- To become an Amazon Clinic patient, first you sign away some privacy
- Chinese hackers outnumber FBI cyber staff 50 to 1, bureau director says