Martin Luther King Jr.
– Apr 4, 2018, 6:00 AM
Editor's Note: Read The Atlantic 's special coverage of Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. Images above: King is ready for a mug shot (left) in Montgomery, Alabama, after his 1956 arrest while protesting the segregation of the city's buses. His…
The New York Times
– Jan 19, 2:00 AM
It was just weeks before the World Economic Forum would host its 50th anniversary gathering in Davos, Switzerland, and Klaus Schwab, the event's patrician founder, was pensive. In an interview at his organization's midtown Manhattan offices, Mr.
You've heard me talk about crash-only programming, right? It's a programming paradigm for critical infrastructure systems, where there is — by design — no graceful way to shut down. A program can only crash and try to recover from a…