On Wednesday night, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey—rarely one to pick a political fight—took to his own platform to clarify the company’s decision.
This launch to the ISS will mark the first time astronauts are able to test the Crew Dragon capsule in space and could change the future of commercial space exploration.
Properly hurling human beings into space at 17,000 miles per hour with a mere glamorized tin can between them and the vacuum of space is always an impressive feat. However, Wednesday’s planned NASA and SpaceX launch represented a major milestone for the future of space exploration. Unfortunately, mere minutes before the scheduled launch, the mission was aborted due to weather conditions. Now, the scheduled launch has been postponed until Saturday, May 30.
Once the countdown sequence resumes, NASA and SpaceX will launch a pair of astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) marking the first manned American launch from US soil since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011. A successful launch and rendezvous with the ISS would
Looking for a unique way to share non-sensitive files via the cloud? Look no further than cloudtag.
There are so many ways to share a file. You can use:
The list goes on and on and on. Recently, while scouring through the Snapcraft store, I ran into one I’d never heard of—cloudtag. This cloud-based tool has one job and it does it pretty well. Said job is sharing files in such a way that anyone with the associated hashtag or link can then download that file.
My guess is your eyebrows are already raised. Read that statement carefully: Anyone with the associated hashtag or link can download the uploaded file.
In other words, this isn’t a service you would ever use for sensitive or private information. Of course, you can always create crazy hashtags and hope no