Proper Twelfth Night Links.

Emma Beddington: "Yes, comfort and joy is nice. But there are some seasonal trappings I am glad to see the back of."

Elizabeth A. Harris: "Filippo Bernardini, an Italian citizen who worked in publishing, was charged with wire fraud and identity theft for a scheme that prosecutors said affected hundreds of people over five or more years."

Reeves Wiedeman/Lila Shapiro: "For years, a mysterious figure has been stealing books before their release. Is it espionage? Revenge? Or a complete waste of time?"

Diamond Geezer: "Just before Christmas I published a simple infographic summarising the sequence of lockdown restrictions over the last two years... a brief monthly snapshot of fluctuating curbs on freedom."

Jim Waterson: "Nathan Dane spent six years honing his version of the BBC’s defunct text-based information service."

Chris Velazco/Tatum Hunter : "The consumer electronics trade show salutes 2022 with some of the strangest technologies we’ve seen in a while. Here are the highlights."

Rob Beschizza: "... this Sony demo video from 1990, then, is an uncanny thing: the technology and image detail we register as a 21st-century experience but with the lighting, style and vibe at least a decade older."

Rivka Galchen: "Access to information only goes so far to explain the curious link between secrets and those who tell them."

BBC News: "The series commemorates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, marking her 70 years on the throne."

Lesley Goldberg/Alex Weprin: "Local TV giant Nexstar is said to be among the suitors for the broadcast network."

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