Which is more dangerous? Crypto or Chlorine?

Gross update from CDC on cryptosporidium outbreaks in American public swimming pools… Last year, there were 32 reports of Crypto outbreaks at pools in the US. There were only 16 reported in 2014, the agency notes in its latest May announcement. In the past decade, outbreak reports have mostly hovered between 15 and 20. But in 2007 there were 40, and in 2009 there were fewer than 10. Of course, before you become paranoid that you’ll get infected, remember that everything in life is a balance of risks… Injuries from pool chemicals leads to around 5,000 emergency room visits each … Continue reading Which is more dangerous? Crypto or Chlorine?

External link to Keep your data safe from the apocalypse in an Arctic mineshaft – The Verge

Keep your data safe from the apocalypse in an Arctic mineshaft – The Verge

I see a potential problem with the format being proprietary, but we’re also talking about storing data that requires computers (how common post-apocalypse?) to access… Source: Keep your data safe from the apocalypse in an Arctic mineshaft – The Verge Continue reading Keep your data safe from the apocalypse in an Arctic mineshaft – The Verge

External link to Everything you need to know about Apple Music | iMore

Everything you need to know about Apple Music | iMore

Serenity Caldwell delivers a well rounded FAQ on Apple Music. Personally, I’m considering ditching iTunes entirely, but this is worth a read. Apple music has now launched in Korea and Israel. Free three-month trials are available in both countries, just … Continue reading Everything you need to know about Apple Music | iMore