What You Should Know About the ‘KRACK’ WiFi Security Weakness — Krebs on Security
Researchers this week published information about a newfound, serious weakness in WPA2 — the security standard that protects all modern Wi-Fi networks.
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Toronto likes to call itself "a city in a park.
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4 days ago
We should have seen Trump coming | Ta-Nehisi Coates | News | The Guardian
I have often wondered how I missed the coming tragedy. It is not so much that I should have predicted that Americans would elect Donald Trump. It’s just that I shouldn’t have put it past us. It was tough to keep track of the currents of politics and pageantry swirling at once.
politics 
6 days ago
The Return to DEVONthink from Evernote - The Daily Mac View
In an article I wrote about three years ago I titled it “[SWITCHING TO EVERNOTE FROM DEVONTHINK BUT WHY…..?]“ and I explained the primary reason was DEVONthink’s mobility wasn’t up to snuff. All that has changed with the release of DEVONthink to Go 2.
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6 days ago
iPad Diaries: DEVONthink’s New Advanced Automation – MacStories
iPad Diaries is a regular series about using the iPad as a primary computer. You can find more installments here and subscribe to the dedicated RSS feed.
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6 days ago
iPad Diaries: Advanced File Management and Research with DEVONthink – MacStories
As I wrote in my story on one year of iPad Pro, I consider cloud services a necessity for managing files on iOS.
devonthink 
6 days ago
“What Have I Done”: Early Facebook Employees Regret the Monster They Created | Vanity Fair
The first thing you see when you drive along the Bayfront Expressway near Willow Road, in Menlo Park, is the sign. It’s wide and rectangular, painted the iconic Facebook blue, and smack in the middle, framed by a ground covering of red mulch, is the renowned Facebook thumbs-up icon.
2tweet  facebook 
6 days ago
Rose McGowan’s Twitter Account Locked After Posts About Weinstein - The New York Times
RT : Um, I read those tweets and they were no worse that Trump's and "newsworthy" too: McGowan Suspended From Twitter
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7 days ago
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RT : ... I said it last week. Dear , it is increasingly hard to continue here without a strong sense of complici…
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RT : Go fuck yourself . Suspend me too while you milk that cash cow straight into his impendin…
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7 days ago
Tim O’Reilly on why the future probably won’t be all that terrible | Ars Technica
Author and long-time friend of Ars Technica Rob Reid recently had the opportunity to interview legendary publisher Tim O'Reilly about O'Reilly's new future-focused nonfiction book.
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7 days ago
Tokyo Is Preparing for Floods ‘Beyond Anything We’ve Seen’ - The New York Times
Japan has spent billions on an underground system to control water around the capital, but some fear that the city is vulnerable as global warming brings more extreme weather. By HIROKO TABUCHIOCT. 6, 2017
climate  change  japan 
7 days ago
'Western society is chronically sleep deprived': the importance of the body's clock | Science | The Guardian
The 2017 Nobel prize for medicine was awarded for the discovery of how our circadian rhythms are controlled. But what light does it shed on the cycle of life? The cycle of day and night on our planet is age-old and inescapable, so the idea of an internal body clock might not sound that radical.
health  sleep 
8 days ago
How To Stop Worrying And Love The Great AI War Of 2018 | Fast Company
On a recent Monday morning, Elon Musk busied himself on Twitter by predicting how World War III would start.
ai 
8 days ago
Kaspersky reportedly modified its AV to help Russia steal NSA secrets | Ars Technica
The rapidly evolving story about Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab's involvement in helping Russian government hackers steal sensitive National Security Agency materials has taken yet another turn, as The Wall Street Journal reports that the assistance could have come only with the company's knowledge.
russia  security 
8 days ago
How Kaspersky AV reportedly was caught helping Russian hackers steal NSA secrets | Ars Technica
Last week, The Wall Street Journal dropped a bombshell when it reported that Russian government hackers located confidential National Security Agency material improperly stored on an employee's home computer with help from Kaspersky antivirus, which happened to be installed.
russia  security 
8 days ago
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: 'I don't know whether humans want change that fast' | Technology | The Guardian
When Sundar Pichai was growing up in Chennai, south-east India, he had to make regular trips to the hospital to pick up his mother’s blood-test results.
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10 days ago
Technology is destroying the most important asset in your life — Quartz
Parents, teachers, and mentors all around the world have spoken these words to us, in one form of another, throughout our lives. It makes sense, too. Most of us come to realize at some point that money is a means, not an end.
productivity  technology 
10 days ago
During World War II, the Submarine USS ‘Barb’ Rocketed Japan | War Is Boring
In the closing months of World War II, heavy losses and depleted fuel stocks kept many of Japan’s remaining combat aircraft grounded and warships in port, awaiting an anticipated amphibious invasion.
history  japan  military  ww2 
11 days ago
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As I stand in the terminal waiting for my flight to Las Vegas, my gaze keeps returning to the television screens. The words that flash across the bottom are both awful and familiar. Once I board the plane, a sense of numbness takes over. I know what is coming.
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11 days ago
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