Link round-up Monday, 09 October 2017 13:34:01 CDT David-Braverman Entertainment, Politics, Work (0) I've got a lot going on today, with a final rehearsal tonight before Saturday's dress for Carmina Burana (get tickets here) and two business trips in the next 10 days. But there are a few articles to note in today's media: Dove ran a commercial this weekend that suggests an African woman can use their soap and become Irish. There has been some response. Politico reported that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's cell phone got tapped. Schneier points out that all politicians should assume this about off-the-shelf phones. James Fallows weighs in on what retiring US Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) said about President Trump over the weekend, and what that means. Or doesn't. Meanwhile, outside politics, Hoa Loranger at NNG lays out what she wishes she'd learned about UX when she began her profession. The Atlantic looks at the similarities between Blade Runner 2049 and Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go. Back to work now.