Well Fork.

While I’m glad The Good Place will be ending on its own terms, I’m bummed that it’s ending — it’s the best show on TV, and we’ll all be worse off when it’s over.

Also, if you’re not watching it, you need to get on that shirt right forking now.

…that will make more sense when you watch the show, I swear.

A Stolen NSA Tool Being Used by Cybercriminals. Whoopsie.

Well this is awkward:

For nearly three weeks, Baltimore has struggled with a cyberattack by digital extortionists that has frozen thousands of computers, shut down email and disrupted real estate sales, water bills, health alerts and many other services.

But here is what frustrated city employees and residents do not know: A key component of the malware that cybercriminals used in the attack was developed at taxpayer expense a short drive down the Baltimore-Washington Parkway at the National Security Agency, according to security experts briefed on the case.

This is obviously an isolated incident and definitely shouldn’t be used as evidence that maybe giving the FBI a back-door through encryption could be a bad idea.

Nearly Coherent: It’s Been Two Years and eD!’s Still Mad

There’s a new episode of Nearly Coherent!

eD!, Jeff, and Val discuss endings to TV shows, and eD! gets a little heated about the ending of Pretty Little Liars.

And no, he has no plans on letting that anger go, thank you very much.

I also make mention of potentially doing a Pretty Little Liars podcast in this episode, and it struck me that the perfect name for that podcast would be “The A Hole”, so I fully expect to get that going any day now.

Nearly Coherent: Endgame

There’s a new episode of Nearly Coherent!

eD!, Jeff, and Dave engage in a very spoiler-tastic discussion of Avengers: Endgame.

Seriously, it’s spoiled 2 minutes in. Don’t listen if you don’t wanna know, we’re not messing around here.

I’m not kidding, we spoil everything immediately after the theme music, listen at your own risk.

Nearly Coherent: Two Week Old Thoughts

There’s a new episode of Nearly Coherent!

eD!, Jeff, and Val talk about a thing that eD! thought to mention after Apple’s event that he didn’t, so please pretend he said it then. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Sure, by the time this came out what I was saying about iTunes was all over the tech blogs and stuff, but this was recorded before that, so there, nyah.