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FCC redefines advanced broadband as 25 Mbps, Republicans blow a gasket | Network World
The agency's higher speed definition allows it to take new actions to encouarge deployment
yesterday
STD 80, RFC 20 on ASCII format for network interchange
V. Cerf's RFC20 (ASCII format for network interchange) "has been elevated to Internet Standard"
TheMoreYouKnow  from twitter
yesterday
Never trust a corporation to do a library’s job | Medium
Never trust a corporation to do a library’s job | Medium
yesterday
The Queen Of Code | FiveThirtyEight
RT : Here's our short film on Grace Hopper, who was a total badass.
from twitter
2 days ago
DeathHacks — The Message — Medium
DeathHacks — The Message — Medium
3 days ago
Open source isn’t just about code--other ways to contribute | Opensource(dot)com
Open source isn’t just about code--other ways to contribute | Opensource(dot)com
5 days ago
A look at Amazon's world-class data-center ecosystem | TechRepublic
A look at Amazon's world-class data-center ecosystem | TechRepublic
5 days ago
Bitcoin and the Digital-Currency Revolution | Wall Street Journal
Bitcoin and the Digital-Currency Revolution | Wall Street Journal
5 days ago
Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered [Rescued Film Project, 11min video documentary] | Vimeo
Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered [Rescued Film Project, 11min video documentary] | Vimeo
6 days ago
Library of Alexandria v2.0 | Medium
Library of Alexandria v2.0 | Medium
7 days ago
Library of Alexandria v2.0 — On Archivy — Medium
RT : I just published Library of Alexandria v2.0 let me know what you think.
from twitter
7 days ago
How PAPER Magazine’s web engineers scaled Kim Kardashian’s back-end (SFW) | Medium
How PAPER Magazine’s web engineers scaled Kim Kardashian’s back-end (SFW) | Medium
8 days ago
The Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt: Finally, the Museum of the Future Is Here [built on APIs] | The Atlantic
The Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt: Finally, the Museum of the Future Is Here [built on APIs] | The Atlantic
8 days ago
Windows 10 to be free upgrade for many during its first year | Network World
Windows 10 to be free upgrade for many during its first year | Network World
8 days ago
America’s best-selling cars and trucks are built on lies: The rise of fake engine noise | Washington Post
America’s best-selling cars and trucks are built on lies: The rise of fake engine noise | Washington Post
8 days ago
Hacker Says Attacks On 'Insecure' Progressive Insurance Dongle In 2 Million US Cars Could Spawn Road Carnage | Forbes
Hacker Says Attacks On 'Insecure' Progressive Insurance Dongle In 2 Million US Cars Could Spawn Road Carnage |…
10 days ago
The Google Way of Attacking Problems | Harvard Business Review
The Google Way of Attacking Problems | Harvard Business Review
12 days ago
WhiteOps Advertising Report Reveals Ad Fraud by Bots Costs Industry $6.3 Billion | Adweek
WhiteOps Advertising Report Reveals Ad Fraud by Bots Costs Industry $6.3 Billion | Adweek
12 days ago
Washington DC's Public Library Will Teach People How to Avoid the NSA | Motherboard
Washington DC's Public Library Will Teach People How to Avoid the NSA | Motherboard
13 days ago
How Computer Scientists Solved The Challenge of Zero-Maintenance Data Storage [cluster of data, parity, and spare disks] | MIT Technology Review
Computer scientists have devised a way to make conventional memory discs 99.999 per cent reliable over a 4-year lifespan.
13 days ago
Majority of U.S. public school students are in poverty | Washington Post
Majority of U.S. public school students are in poverty | Washington Post
13 days ago
The forgotten history of how automakers invented the crime of "jaywalking" | Vox
The forgotten history of how automakers invented the crime of "jaywalking" | Vox
13 days ago
Stop Googling your health questions. Use these sites instead | Vox
Stop Googling your health questions. Use these sites instead | Vox
13 days ago
The GOP’s plan to legislate net neutrality is here. And Internet activists already hate it | The Washington Post
The GOP’s plan to legislate net neutrality is here. And Internet activists already hate it | The Washington Post
13 days ago
MOOCs Aren’t Revolutionizing College, but They’re Not a Failure | MIT Technology Review
MOOCs Aren’t Revolutionizing College, but They’re Not a Failure | MIT Technology Review
14 days ago
How Trustworthy Is Published Science? [the “Reproducibility Initiative” hopes to find out] | Pacific Standard
How Trustworthy Is Published Science? [the “Reproducibility Initiative” hopes to find out] | Pacific Standard
14 days ago
Marriot hotels do U-turn over wi-fi hotspot blocks | BBC News
Marriot hotels do U-turn over wi-fi hotspot blocks | BBC News
14 days ago
UK prime minister wants backdoors into messaging apps or he’ll ban them | Ars Technica
UK prime minister wants backdoors into messaging apps or he’ll ban them | Ars Technica
15 days ago
Zombie Cookie: The Tracking Cookie That You Can’t Kill [courtesy of Verizon and advertising firm Turn] | ProPublica
An online ad company called Turn is using tracking cookies that come back to life after Verizon users have deleted them. Turn's services are used by everyone from Google to Facebook.
15 days ago
Publishers Are Lining Up Behind 'Netflix for Books' Services. But Why? | WIRED
Publishers Are Lining Up Behind 'Netflix for Books' Services. But Why? | WIRED
15 days ago
How cookies can be used for global surveillance
How cookies can be used for global surveillance | Freedom-to-Tinker
from twitter
16 days ago
Can the government ban encryption? | BBC News
Can the government ban encryption? | BBC News
16 days ago
What David Cameron just proposed would endanger every Briton and destroy the IT industry | Boing Boing
What David Cameron just proposed would endanger every Briton and destroy the IT industry | Boing Boing
16 days ago
Verizon’s tracking header: Can they do better? | Freedom-to-Tinker
Verizon’s tracking header: Can they do better? | Freedom-to-Tinker
16 days ago
Windows 7 mainstream support ends today | CNET
Windows 7 mainstream support ends today | CNET
17 days ago
HSTS Super Cookies | RadicalResearch
HSTS Super Cookies | RadicalResearch
20 days ago
The Leap Second Is About to Rattle the Internet. But There's a Plot to Kill It | WIRED
The Leap Second Is About to Rattle the Internet. But There's a Plot to Kill It | WIRED
20 days ago
The God Login [good UX practices for 'sign in' and 'register' forms] | Coding Horror
The God Login [good UX practices for 'sign in' and 'register' forms] | Coding Horror
20 days ago
HTTP/2.0 - The IETF is Phoning It In - ACM Queue
RT : fascinating discussion of the web, encryption & privacy in the comments about at Hacker News
from twitter
21 days ago
HTTP/2.0 — Bad protocol, bad politics | Hacker News
RT : fascinating discussion of the web, encryption & privacy in the comments about at Hacker News
from twitter
21 days ago
Digital Public Library of America » Blog Archive » What’s Ahead for DPLA: Our New Strategic Plan
RT : Curious to see what's in store for in 2015 (and beyond)? Check out our new strategic plan for the next 3 years:
from twitter
23 days ago
Safe Conferences Are Deliberately Designed | Medium
Safe Conferences Are Deliberately Designed | Medium
25 days ago
New Years Day in photos | Washington Post
New Years Day in photos | Washington Post
26 days ago
Developers must follow security rules, too | InfoWorld
Developers must follow security rules, too | InfoWorld
26 days ago
Six technologies that will change PCs next year | Network World
Six technologies that will change PCs next year | Network World
26 days ago
The Best Possible Day [on importance of asking questions for end-of-life care] | New York Times
Peg, however, got to fulfill her final role. She lived six weeks after going on hospice. Hunter had lessons for four of those weeks, and two final concerts were played. One featured Peg’s current students, all younger children; the other, her former students from around the country. Gathered in her living room, they played Brahms, Chopin and Beethoven for their adored teacher. A week later, she fell into delirium and, a short time after that, died peacefully in her bed.
26 days ago
This was the Internet’s worst, best year ever | Washington Post
This was the Internet’s worst, best year ever | Washington Post
26 days ago
Books and Browsers: Privacy for Digital Library Patrons | Publishers Weekly
Books and Browsers: Privacy for Digital Library Patrons | Publishers Weekly
26 days ago
Research Data in Islandora | #Islandora Foundation
Research Data in Islandora | #Islandora Foundation
Islandora 
28 days ago
The Importance of IPv6 and the Internet of Things | Security Intelligence
The Importance of IPv6 and the Internet of Things | Security Intelligence
28 days ago
How the internet’s engineers are fighting mass surveillance | Gigaom
How the internet’s engineers are fighting mass surveillance | Gigaom
29 days ago
NSA has VPNs in Vulcan death grip—no, really, that’s what they call it | Ars Technica
NSA has VPNs in Vulcan death grip—no, really, that’s what they call it | Ars Technica
29 days ago
The Man Who Invented Scotch Tape | Priceonomics
How a scrappy "misfit" engineer with no college education revolutionized the world of tape.
4 weeks ago
Why fingerprints scans may not be the future of digital verification | Washington Post 'The Switch'
Why fingerprints scans may not be the future of digital verification | Washington Post 'The Switch'
4 weeks ago
Inadvertent Algorithmic Cruelty | Eric Meyer
Inadvertent Algorithmic Cruelty | Eric Meyer
4 weeks ago
How to set up stress-free SSL on an OS X development machine | jed on GitHub
- Gist is a simple way to share snippets of text and code with others.
5 weeks ago
OS X 10.10 Yosemite Local Development Environment: Apache, PHP, and MySQL with Homebrew | Echo & Co.
OS X 10.10 Yosemite comes with Apache and PHP pre-installed, but it's not in a great configuration, requires root to make lots of changes, and can introduce issues with file ownership and permissions. We prefer to use Homebrew to avoid these problems and because it's easier to keep up to date with newer versions of each component and extend customization. We can also set things up to be fully automatic so you can create new websites locally without needing to edit any configuration files. Read on for our tutorial on settings this up in Yosemite.
5 weeks ago
Behind the Daily Paywall: The Site that Pays You to Read Pirated Articles | Motherboard
Behind the Daily Paywall: The Site that Pays You to Read Pirated Articles | Motherboard
5 weeks ago
The Ethics of Sarcastic Science - The Atlantic
The Ethics of Sarcastic Science ['no “Holiday Joke” tag available in Google Scholar or PubMed'] | The Atlantic
from twitter
5 weeks ago
Microsoft, Google join opposition to hotels' wi-fi blocking | ZDNet
Microsoft, Google join opposition to hotels' wi-fi blocking | ZDNet
5 weeks ago
Gentoo Development Guide: bash -- Standard Shell
RT : Gentoo's Bash scripting guide/cheat sheet. Comprehensive and concise.
from twitter
5 weeks ago
Hotel group asks FCC for permission to block some outside Wi-Fi | Network World
Hotel group asks FCC for permission to block some outside Wi-Fi | Network World
5 weeks ago
Peter Murray (dltj) | Keybase
Verifying myself: I am dltj on Keybase.io. gFipN8xUJcOPRafPtZG4PibTHkPMByvsMzCz /
from twitter
5 weeks ago
My life in open source, and the mentors who led the way: Open source professional tells his story | Opensource(dot)com
Rich Bowen, has worked on the Apache http server for almost 20 years now and serves as a board member and the Executive Vice President. He says that direct, intentional mentoring is 100% of the reason that I am where I am today, professionally and personally. How can you be a mentor or find a mentor to improve your career and life?
5 weeks ago
The unbelievable rise of single motherhood in America over the last 50 years | Washington Post
The unbelievable rise of single motherhood in America over the last 50 years | Washington Post
5 weeks ago
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