WServerNews: Disappearing act

In this issue:

For more than 25 years WServerNews has gone out each week to almost 200,000 IT pro subscribers worldwide! But now we’re hitting the pause button…

It’s a beautiful early morning in the city. Let’s take a walk. Photo by Ashim D’Silva on Unsplash

Editor’s Corner

Hi everyone!

Unfortunately because of factors outside our control we have to hit the pause button on your favorite newsletter. We don’t know when or if we’ll be back, but in the meantime you can stay in touch with all the latest tech news and find tons of helpful guides on different IT topics on the TechGenix website.

For readers who have been enjoying our links to fun videos you can watch these on Flixxy.

And if you’ve been enjoying our offbeat humor lately, we’ve included below in this issue an expanded And Finally section.

Anyways, live long and prosper everyone!

Until we return.

–Mitch and Ingrid

MITCH TULLOCH is Senior Editor of WServerNews and is a widely recognized expert on Windows Server and cloud technologies. He has written more than a thousand articles and has authored or been series editor for over 50 books for Microsoft Press and other publishers. Mitch has also been a twelve-time recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in the technical category of Cloud and Datacenter Management. He runs an IT content development business in Winnipeg, Canada that produces books, ebooks, whitepapers, case studies, courseware, documentation, newsletters and articles for various companies.

INGRID TULLOCH is Associate Editor of WServerNews. She was co-author of the Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking from Microsoft Press and collaborated on developing university-level courses in Information Security Management for a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. Ingrid also manages Research and Development for the IT content development business she runs together with Mitch.

And Finally

The odd, the stupid and the remarkable. Great for your mental health!

New York to end sale of cats, dogs, rabbits at pet stores (Yahoo! Finance)

[This regulatory change was obviously engineered through lobbying efforts by the Hamster Mafia, they’re as well-organized as lemmings and just as fearless!]

This Dock Turns Your iPhone or Android Smartphone Into A Laptop (Tom’s Hardware)

[Next up will be a dongle that turns a laptop into a humungous flipphone!]

Uber Eats launches robot delivery service in Miami (CNN Business)

[If Uber is hungry it should eat someone else’s lunch not the Robot’s.]

Construction starts in Australia on the world’s largest radio telescope (Engadget)

[Why do nosey humans always want to eavesdrop on us aliens?]

Smartphones Wiped 97% of Compact Digital Camera Market (Slashdot)

[Say “cheese” everyone!]

Layoffs Begin at CNN Amid Warner Bros. Discovery Cost-Cutting Plan (The Hollywood Reporter)

[Finally some good news!]

Leaked Documents Outline DHS’s Plans to Police Disinformation (The Intercept)

[But perhaps these leaked documents are *themselves* a form of disinformation, hmm…]

Five years later, is eSIM finally ready to take on the world? (Android Authority)

[Nope sorry won’t happen until Linux rules the desktop.]

If aliens contact humanity, who decides what we do next? (The Guardian)

[They will, of course.]

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