Recommended Reading: Crying Jordan has taken over the internet

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If you've been paying attention to Twitter over the last few months, especially sports Twitter, you've certainly noticed Michael Jordan's crying face pasted on a variety of images. Meant to visualize that "welp" moment of disappointment, the Crying Jordan meme has taken over the internet, and NPR has the story of its evolution.

How We're Unwittingly Letting Robots Censor the Web
Caitlin Dewey, Washington Post

We've all heard about YouTube copyright takedowns, but do the algorithms policing content have more power than they should?

Dwarf Fortress' Creator on How He's 42 Percent Towards Simulating Existence
Wes Fenlon, PC Gamer

Tarn Adams has been working on Dwarf Fortress for a decade. He's not even half-way done with a list of 2,600 features and tasks that will appear in the final version.