Things in my Inbox Thursday, 05 May 2016 12:00:45 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, General, Politics, Work (0) Some articles: Security analyst Julian Sanchez points out that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is totally wrong when she says Apple using the legal process to oppose a subpoena puts them "above the law." Crain's columnist Joe Cahill points out that outgoing United CEO Jeff Smisek's $36m golden parachute "exposes the hollowness of the 'pay-for-performance' rhetoric so many companies spout." The Atlantic's CityLab blog points out that Jane Jacobs (whose 100th birthday was this week), looking at urban development today, would say "I told you so." Timothy Snyder, writing in the New York Review of Books in 2009, pointed out that hundreds of thousands of Jews and others were killed randomly throughout Nazi-held territory, and people should not forget this. State and city police pursued a car through the streets of Cook County for an hour last night, coming within 150 m of my apartment and prompting me actually to turn on local news to see what was going on. Anita Sarkeesian interviewed Tatiana Maslany, star of Orphan Black. Today's other tasks include cleaning my house and writing code for about four hours.