These mastodon bones unearthed in CA may point to human presence in North America far earlier than previously believed:
At the Facebook developer conference last week, VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri explained how the FB news feed works (more or less) and hinted at some things to come:
This happened rather quietly at the beginning of the month, except for those who remember SFF Net and/or still used it. Yeah, it was a bit outdated, but I know people who were more comfortable there than on more modern social media:
And for your humorous bit of the week, here is your week explained in golf:
(Image from thinkjarcollective.com)
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2 thoughts on “Wednesday Wanderings: Humans in North America Earlier than Thought, Facebook News Feed Explained, SFF Net Shuts Down, and Your Week as Golf”
😦 RIP SFF net. I remember it fondly.
Yes. I haven’t interacted there in a long while, but it was a good place.
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