The Batman will be the “next evolution” in the character’s history, says Jeffrey Wright

by Bradley Russell | Total Film Magazine

The Batman has over 80 years of history to draw from, but actor Jeffrey Wright, – who plays Commissioner Gordon in 2021’s reboot – thinks the new movie will progress the character, calling it the “next evolution” in the Caped Crusader’s storied legacy.… Continues

Microsoft’s Build Conference Shines a Light on Its Priorities

Among other things, the software giant is putting a lot of effort into simplifying workflows for developers and end-users.

by ERIC JHONSA | The Street

Unlike the product reveals made at Microsoft’s  (MSFT) – Get Report Surface hardware events, the new offerings revealed at Microsoft’s annual Build conference are mostly aimed at developers and other IT pros.… Continues

Letters to the Editor: Why America tolerates a lying, hydroxychloroquine-hawking president

by Los Angeles Times Opinion

(This article first appeared on May 21, 2020)

President Trump tells reporters that he is taking zinc and hydroxychloroquine at the White House on May 18. (Associated Press)

To the editor: Kudos for an insightful report detailing how President Trump’s relentless disinformation campaigns serve him so well despite his administration’s chaotic malfeasance.… Continues

Facebook: Workers Can Bid Goodbye To Menlo Park And Hello To Midwest – But With A Salary Cut

by Bruce Haring | Deadline

(This article first appeared on May 21, 2020)

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday that most Facebook employees can work from home wherever they want. But they should not expect to get Silicon Valley salary levels if they relocate to less-expensive areas.… Continues