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These hackers warned the Internet would become a security disaster. Nobody listened [the story of Lopht] | The Washington Post
These hackers warned the Internet would become a security disaster. Nobody listened [the story of Lopht] | The…
18 hours ago
Broadband Speeds Are Improving in Many Places. Too Bad It Took Google to Make It Happen. | MIT Technology Review
Broadband Speeds Are Improving in Many Places. Too Bad It Took Google to Make It Happen. | MIT Technology Review
22 hours ago
Google's search practices come under scrutiny from leading academic Wu | ZDNet
Google's search practices come under scrutiny from leading academic Wu | ZDNet
3 days ago
FREE DMV Permit Practice Test - Better Than The Handbook!
FREE DMV Permit Practice Test - Better Than The Handbook!
from twitter
4 days ago
Driving-Tests.org For Libraries
Free driver's ed resources for librs . Group has a great story. - Another first at
alaac15  from twitter
4 days ago
Thursday Threads: Data Management Plans, Better Q/A Sessions, App for Bird Identification | Disruptive Library Technology Jester
New Thursday Threads blog post: Data Management Plans, Better Q/A Sessions, App for Bird Identification
from twitter
8 days ago
Where Should You Keep Your Data? [guidance coming from federal funding agencies] | Chronicle of Higher Education
Where Should You Keep Your Data? [guidance coming from federal funding agencies] | Chronicle of Higher Education
8 days ago
Michael Carusi on Twitter: "@meyerweb Cheers! http://t.co/pj9Z29GsRL"
No way 'Female pediatrician locked out of gym changing room b/c computer assumed everyone with 'Dr' title was a MAN'
from twitter
9 days ago
Three-way EU Big Data privacy wrestling match kicks off | The Register
Three-way EU Big Data privacy wrestling match kicks off | The Register
9 days ago
Three hundred programming interviews in thirty days | Triplebyte: Building a better hiring process
Three hundred programming interviews in thirty days | Triplebyte: Building a better hiring process
9 days ago
Ban boring mike-based Q&A sessions and use index cards instead | Valerie Aurora
Ban boring mike-based Q&A sessions and use index cards instead | Valerie Aurora
9 days ago
Prepare for the big digital cert swap -- or else [replacing SHA-1 certs with SHA-2 certs] | InfoWorld
Prepare for the big digital cert swap -- or else [replacing SHA-1 certs with SHA-2 certs] | InfoWorld
9 days ago
“Free” Proxies Aren’t Necessarily Free [forcing users to use unencrypted sessions] | Krebs on Security
“Free” Proxies Aren’t Necessarily Free [forcing users to use unencrypted sessions] | Krebs on Security
9 days ago
A month with BADONIONS [reasearch looking at Tor exit nodes that sniff and act on outgoing traffic] | Chloe blog
A month with BADONIONS [reasearch looking at Tor exit nodes that sniff and act on outgoing traffic] | Chloe blog
9 days ago
House passes bill giving Congress more say in Internet transition | TheHill
House passes bill giving Congress more say in Internet transition | TheHill
9 days ago
On Data and Confidentiality [of the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom's "banned books" database] | OIF Blog
On Data and Confidentiality [of the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom's "banned books" database] | OIF Blog
9 days ago
The Hunt for the Financial Industry's Most-Wanted Hacker | Bloomberg Business
The Hunt for the Financial Industry's Most-Wanted Hacker | Bloomberg Business
10 days ago
Congress’ Fast Track to Bad Law [why Trade Promotion Authority, aside from TPP, is bad] | Freedom to Tinker
Congress’ Fast Track to Bad Law [why Trade Promotion Authority, aside from TPP, is bad] | Freedom to Tinker
10 days ago
The Secrecy of the Snowden Documents [probably weren't so secret to foreign gov'ts anyway] | Schneier on Security
The Secrecy of the Snowden Documents [probably weren't so secret to foreign gov'ts anyway] | Schneier on Security
11 days ago
We Tried — And Failed — To Identify The Most Banned Book In America [couldn't get info from ALA's OIF] | FiveThirtyEight
We Tried — And Failed — To Identify The Most Banned Book In America [couldn't get info from ALA's OIF] |…
11 days ago
Popular Security Software Came Under Relentless NSA and GCHQ Attacks | The Intercept
Popular Security Software Came Under Relentless NSA and GCHQ Attacks | The Intercept
11 days ago
US and British Spies Targeted Antivirus Companies | WIRED
US and British Spies Targeted Antivirus Companies | WIRED
11 days ago
Digital photography revolution [history of digital photography from 1969 to present] | Business Insider
Digital photography revolution [history of digital photography from 1969 to present] | Business Insider
11 days ago
European Copyright Madness: Court Strikes Down Law Allowing Users to Rip Their Own CDs | Electronic Frontier Foundation
European Copyright Madness: Court Strikes Down Law Allowing Users to Rip Their Own CDs | Electronic Frontier…
12 days ago
My open-source WordPress plug-in: Lessons learned from a release gone wrong | ZDNet
My open-source WordPress plug-in: Lessons learned from a release gone wrong | ZDNet
14 days ago
Apache Spark: a visual guide to the API -- transformations and actions [PDF]
Apache Spark: a visual guide to the API -- transformations and actions [PDF]
14 days ago
Heinz ketchup bottle QR code leads to hardcore porn site [DON'T LET YOUR DOMAIN REGISTRATION EXPIRE!] | The Verge
Heinz ketchup bottle QR code leads to hardcore porn site [DON'T LET YOUR DOMAIN REGISTRATION EXPIRE!] | The Verge
14 days ago
Thursday Threads: Let’s Encrypt is coming, Businesses want you coming to the office, OR2015 Summary | Disruptive Library Technology Jester
New Thursday Threads blog post: Let's Encrypt is coming, Businesses want you coming to the office, OR2015 Summary
from twitter
15 days ago
Google, Microsoft, Mozilla And Others Team Up To Launch WebAssembly, A New Binary Format For The Web | TechCrunch
Google, Microsoft, Mozilla And Others Team Up To Launch WebAssembly, A New Binary Format For The Web | TechCrunch
15 days ago
MonitoringScape: your guide to the new, exciting world of modern monitoring
MonitoringScape: your guide to the new, exciting world of modern monitoring
15 days ago
(500) http://boingboing.net/2015/06/17/tom-the-dancing-bug-attention-2.html
RT : Attention: Subjects of the Global Corporatocracy—“shut up, accept the TPP, and await further instruction."
from twitter
15 days ago
Amazon Web Services jumps on Spark bandwagon | NetworkWorld
Amazon Web Services jumps on Spark bandwagon | NetworkWorld
16 days ago
Five trends that are reshaping your office | The Washington Post
Five trends that are reshaping your office | The Washington Post
16 days ago
Let's Encrypt Launch Schedule
RT : Let's Encrypt has announced its launch schedule: tl;dr: general availability in September
libtech  patronprivacy  from twitter
16 days ago
Open Repositories 2015 Recap | Hardy Pottinger
Open Repositories 2015 Recap | Hardy Pottinger
16 days ago
Moving the Wellcome Library to the cloud | Wellcome Library blog
Moving the Wellcome Library to the cloud | Wellcome Library blog
17 days ago
Matt Parker Videos: fifth-order packaging - YouTube
RT : Can anyone beat fifth-order packaging around a gift card? Or indeed, anything? cc:
from twitter
17 days ago
Rackspace creates career path for tech execs who don’t want to manage people | NetworkWorld
Rackspace creates career path for tech execs who don’t want to manage people | NetworkWorld
17 days ago
RSVP: NISO Patron Privacy - Free Virtual Meetings Survey
RT : The next meeting is this Friday register to listen here RSVP: NISO Patron Privacy
nisoprivacy  from twitter
17 days ago
LastPass Security Notice | The LastPass Blog
RT : LastPass email addresses, password reminders, server per user salts, and authentication hashes were compromised.
from twitter
17 days ago
Installing Development environment on Mac OS X (documentation)
Installing Development environment on Mac OS X (documentation)
18 days ago
Cooking With Glass: How Pyrex Transformed Every Kitchen Into a Home-Ec Lab | Collectors Weekly
Cooking With Glass: How Pyrex Transformed Every Kitchen Into a Home-Ec Lab | Collectors Weekly
18 days ago
PLOS ONE: The Oligopoly of Academic Publishers in the Digital Era
PLOS ONE: The Oligopoly of Academic Publishers in the Digital Era
18 days ago
Why some Americans have not changed their privacy and security behaviors | Pew Research Center
Why some Americans have not changed their privacy and security behaviors | Pew Research Center
18 days ago
​Data privacy: You may call it personal data but who actually owns it? | ZDNet
Data privacy: You may call it personal data but who actually owns it? | ZDNet
19 days ago
Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Data Breach Edition - On The Media
RT : And a guide to help make sense of massive hacks and media speculation that inevitably follows
from twitter
20 days ago
Why Apple Wants to Let You Block Ads | Bloomberg View
Why Apple Wants to Let You Block Ads | Bloomberg View
20 days ago
Printing...
Patients to be Treated Based on Tumor Genomics, Not Disease Type, in ASCO's First Clinical Trial | Cure Magazine
from twitter
21 days ago
"In case of fire: please leave the building before posting to social media" | Boing Boing
"In case of fire: please leave the building before posting to social media" | Boing Boing
21 days ago
Protect Reader Privacy with Referrer Meta Tags | Go To Hellman
Protect Reader Privacy with Referrer Meta Tags | Go To Hellman
22 days ago
Sakai Project Report - YouTube
State of Sakai talk by last week wasn’t just about Sakai; good jumping off point to discuss LMS/VLE future
from twitter_favs
22 days ago
** Override percent-encoding of colons. · lyrasis/drupal@5553fa5 · GitHub
My solution involved hacking Drupal core: Note that is now deprecated in our setup.
from twitter
22 days ago
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