What Happened in August, 2023?

August 2023 News

Robotaxis have been approved for use in San Francisco by Alphabet and General Motors, despite some previous issues, and expansion to other cities is planned. In the realm of AI, concerns are rising, with Geoffrey Hinton warning about chatbots surpassing human intelligence, and criminals creating their own malicious versions of ChatGPT. However, there are positive … Read more

What Happened in December, 2022?

Omicron variant spreads rapidly around the world. The Omicron variant of COVID-19 spread rapidly around the world in December 2022, causing a surge in cases and hospitalizations. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Omicron a “variant of concern” on November 26, 2022, and it quickly became the dominant variant in many countries. New COVID-19 vaccine … Read more

What Happened in November, 2022?

FTX Crypto Currency Exchange Goes Bankrupt, Causes More Volatility in Crypto Markets FTX, a cryptocurrency exchange founded by Sam Bankman-Fried, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on November 11, 2022. The bankruptcy filing came after a series of events that led to a liquidity crisis at FTX. In the days leading up to the bankruptcy … Read more

What Happened in June 2021?

Covid News June 2021 500 days after the first coronavirus death in the US, at least 600,000 Americans have died from Covid-19. Less than half of Americans are fully vaccinated, with young people now accounting for most infections. While breakthrough cases are rare, mutating variants are wreaking havoc in smaller towns with low vaccination rates. … Read more

What Happened in May 2021?

In May the US economy struggled to rebound amid shortages, there were more mass shootings, a ransomware attack on a major gas pipeline, fighting in the Middle East, Covid surges in India and Brazil, while America observes the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Read more news from May 2021 below. The Economy, … Read more

Cat Scratch Fever


My 83-year-old neighbor lady uses her walker to take out the trash two or three times a day. Last night she saw me petting one of the neighborhood feral cats and she ripped me a new one.