More links from the link mill. We're past the solstice which means the days get lighter from here—literally at least if not metaphorically. If you only have time for one link, read the New Statesman article about mass false memories and the communites that have sprung up around them: The movie that doesn't exist and the Redditors who think it does.
- Center for Public Integrity: Donald Trump's sons behind nonprofit selling access to president-elect
- Politico: Gingrich: Congress should change ethics laws for Trump
- Teen Vogue: Donald Trump's National Security Advisor Met with 'Alt-Right' Freedom Party Leader
- USA Today: Lawyer: 'Appalled' by FBI warrant that shook Clinton
- Resigning from Oracle
- EFF: Your threat model just changed.
- Schneier on Security: My Priorities for the Next Four Years
- Fast Company: Internet Comments Are Awful. Could They Be Awesome?
- The Conversation: How news sites' online comments helped build our hateful electorate
- Jeff Jarvis: Facebook Steps Up
- Audio Engineering Society: The Effects of MP3 Compression on Perceived Emotional Characteristics in Musical Instruments
- Bloomberg: The Pessimist's Guide to 2017 (it me!)
- Against The Wicked City: On romantic fantasy and OSR D&D (D&D play style alternative via mefi)
- The Conversation: A sacred light in the darkness: Winter solstice illuminations at Spanish missions (architecture aligned with nature via @somebitsLinks)
- New Statesman: The movie that doesn't exist and the Redditors who think it does (see also: berenstein retcon. fascinating that more than one or two of these mass false memories exist.)