Ars Technica: Notre Dame Cathedral will never be the same, but it can be rebuilt

Ars Technica: Notre Dame Cathedral will never be the same, but it can be rebuilt. “After a long night of work by more than 400 Paris firefighters, the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral is beginning to cool as of 7:00pm Eastern Time (1:00am in Paris). We’re still not sure about the extent of the damage, but as Paris and the rest of the world watch the fire slowly dying, attention starts to shift to what can be salvaged and rebuilt. And art historians and architects have incredible records of the cathedral, which has been damaged, rebuilt, nearly abandoned, and renovated many times throughout its long history.”

BuzzFeed News: YouTube’s New Fact-Check Tool Flagged Notre Dame Fire Coverage And Attached An Article About 9/11

BuzzFeed News: YouTube’s New Fact-Check Tool Flagged Notre Dame Fire Coverage And Attached An Article About 9/11. “As the Notre Dame Cathedral went up in flames on Monday, YouTube flagged livestreams of the incident as possible sources of misinformation and then started showing people articles about the 9/11 attacks.”

CNET: Dictionary. com inches closer to explaining the enigma of Gen Z’s vocabulary

CNET: Dictionary. com inches closer to explaining the enigma of Gen Z’s vocabulary. “Dictionary.com added more than 300 new words and phrases on Wednesday, including a few tech-related entries like ‘textlationship’ (when people text a lot but don’t really interact in person) and ‘keyboard warrior’ (someone who shares opinionated content online in an aggressive or abusive way, typically without revealing who they are). “

The Atlantic: Social Media Are a Mass Shooter’s Best Friend

The Atlantic: Social Media Are a Mass Shooter’s Best Friend. “A terrorist attack in New Zealand cast new blame on how technology platforms police content. But global internet services were designed to work this way, and there might be no escape from their grip.”

Oscars 2019: How to stream online, start time, nominees, predictions and more (CNET)

CNET: Oscars 2019: How to stream online, start time, nominees, predictions and more. “Oscars 2019 is just a week away. We still don’t know who’s going to host, but here’s what we do know about the 91st Oscar ceremony. We know who’s nominated — and that Black Panther is up for best picture and might even have a slight chance. We also know how, when and where to watch the show online. Here’s everything you need to know.”

State of the Union 2019: Live on YouTube (Google Blog)

Google Blog: State of the Union 2019: Live on YouTube. “As we have done since 2010, YouTube will live stream the President’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, February 5 at 9 p.m. ET, as well as the response. This year, you can tune in to live streams in both English and Spanish.”