- ‘Before the next big thing, Apple has a lot of little things that need fixing’ by Dan Moren for Macworld
- ‘Meta goes into lockdown’ by Alex Heath for The Verge
- ‘The future of Brazilian gaming: shopping’ by Leo Schwartz for Rest of World
- ‘Singapore’s tech-utopia dream is turning into a surveillance state nightmare’ by Peter Guest for Rest of World
- City Hall Watcher #150 – Watching the dollars
- ‘Android 12: The Ars Technica Review’ by Ron Amadeo for Ars Technica
- ‘Analyzing a watering hole campaign using macOS exploits’ by Erye Hernandez for the Google Threat Analysis Group blog
- ‘Rosalía’s New Bachata Video, “La Fama,” Highlights the White-Washing Issue Overwhelming Black Latinx Music’ by Johanna Ferreira for PopSugar
- ‘Fifty percent of Facebook Messenger’s total voice traffic comes from Cambodia. Here’s why’ by Vittoria Elliott and Bopha Phorn for Rest of World
- ‘Notes from NANOG 83’ by Geoff Huston for the APNIC blog
In my last post in this series I talked about common DNS record types, in this I am going to be talking about how the concept of TTLs (Time To Live) and caching are used in DNS.
The two concepts are interlinked in DNS, let’s get into it.