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This Whippet Is One of the World's Great Athletes | Outside Online
One of the most heralded dogs around at the moment is a five-year-old whippet who answers to the name of Spitfire. Spitty, as he’s also known, is not one of those uppity dogs that stands stock-still on a block at Kennel Club competitions as judges eye the line of his stiffle. via Pocket
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6 hours ago
A Fearless Mexico Tops Germany, With Help From Its Cerebral Coach - The New York Times
MOSCOW — Deep inside a hurricane of celebratory mayhem, Juan Carlos Osorio sought a moment of calm. via Pocket
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18 hours ago
Fan Runs Onto Field During CFL Game, Gets Obliterated By A Player - Digg
​Streaking may seem fun, but we'd advise not doing it with a sport where the players spend most of their time figuring out how to deliver powerful body blows:Ouch. via Pocket
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Cyber Security Threat Actions This Week by CYVERITY - David Senf on Apple Podcasts
Know the latest cybersecurity threats, innovations and actions to take. Our delivery is fast, and the security content coverage is thorough. We bring together today’s hardest working security talent to share their insights with you. via Pocket
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Down the Security Rabbithole
Employees may face penalties if they misinterpret security policies? We open up our 2016 year interviewing Shawn Tuma on the show. Shawn is our legal eagle, and a regular contributor to the podcast. This episode ran a little bit long (OK a lot long) but I think you'll enjoy the show... via Pocket
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Rally Security Podcast | Rallying the security industry to a better place
Hello again! I’m moving/porting a blog post that I did on a whim about a week or two ago that I posted on my personal blog. I figured I may as well post it here as well. Considering everything that has happened recently.. I consider myself to be blessed with good timing. -da_667 via Pocket
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Podcast Archives - Security Through Education
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast! The second Monday of each month we will be releasing a new and exciting episode, each with its own specific topic of the month. Do you want to be between the dog and the wolf?  Before you answer you may want to listen to this amazing podcast with Amy Herman. via Pocket
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10 Cybersecurity Podcasts You Should Listen to in 2018 | CyberDB
In the past couple of years podcast are gaining popularity and are one of the easiest and most convenient way to learn the latest news and information. via Pocket
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’Ndrangheta mafia: more powerful, and scarier, than it’s ever been.
In different ways, and to varying degrees, the title characters in Alex Perry’s new book, The Good Mothers: The Story of the Three Women Who Took On the World’s Most Powerful Mafia, challenged organized crime in Italy. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Paul Manafort sent to jail, pending trial - CNNPolitics
Washington (CNN)Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will await his trial for foreign lobbying crimes from jail. CNN's Evan Perez contributed to this report. via Pocket
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3 days ago
It's 2017 and Hyper-V can be pwned by a guest app, Windows by a search query, Office by... • The Register
Patch Tuesday Microsoft has released the August edition of its Patch Tuesday update to address security holes in multiple products. Folks are urged to install the fixes as soon as possible before they are exploited. via Pocket
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3 days ago
Password Guidance: Simplifying Your Approach - NCSC Site
Password Guidance: Simplifying Your Approach contains advice for system owners responsible for determining password policy. It is not intended to protect high value individuals using public services. via Pocket
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3 days ago
20 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Demonstrated the Perfect Way to Respond to an Insult | Inc.com
We live in a world where the insult has become the weapon of choice. Internet trolls use them to get us riled up. via Pocket
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3 days ago
How to Turn 11 Everyday Phrases From Negative to Positive - Happify Daily
It’s official: positive language can literally change your brain. Yes, that’s right—positive words like “peace,” “love” and “compassion” strengthen areas of the brain’s frontal lobes, and promote cognitive function. via Pocket
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3 days ago
Time for Password Expiration to Die | EDUCAUSE
Per Thorsheim, Microsoft's Dr. Cormac Herley, the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), researchers at the FTC, and I — along with many others — are working to kill password expiration. via Pocket
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3 days ago
6 Ways Greed Has a Negative Effect on Cybersecurity
How the security industry can both make money and stay true to its core values, and why that matters. I've long been a fan of the CNBC series American Greed. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Modern Cybersecurity Demands a Different Corporate ...
Very few organizations have fully incorporated all relevant risks and threats into their current digital strategy, research finds. Today, all organizations are digital by default. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Weaponizing IPv6 to Bypass IPv4 Security
Just because you're not yet using IPv6 doesn't mean you're safe from the protocol's attack vectors. During the historic growth of the Internet in the 1990s - when venture capitalists funded anything with a . via Pocket
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4 days ago
Cisco Talos Summit: Network Defenders Not Serious ...
Security is weak, and most companies are clueless, according to Immunity researcher Lurene Grenier, who kicked off the Cisco Talos Threat Research Summit on Sunday. Your network is under attack, but you don't care. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Blockchain All the Rage But Comes With Numerous Risks
Researchers dig into four types of cyberattacks targeting blockchain, how they work, and why early adopters are the easiest targets. If you haven't jumped into the blockchain frenzy, chances are you at least know about it. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Blockchain All the Rage But Comes With Numerous Risks
Researchers dig into four types of cyberattacks targeting blockchain, how they work, and why early adopters are the easiest targets. If you haven't jumped into the blockchain frenzy, chances are you at least know about it. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Four Faces of Fraud: Identity, 'Fake' Identity, ...
Realizing the wide scope of fraud should be at the top of every business executive's to-do list. Here's some practical advice to help you stay safe. Fraud has a long history. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Fight for the Right to Be Cremated by Water | The New Republic
Samantha Sieber’s grandfather had a traditional American burial. His body was embalmed, put in a metal casket, and laid to rest at a cemetery, where the grounds would be perpetually cared for. “It felt good to give him what he wanted,” said Sieber, who herself works in the funeral industry. via Pocket
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4 days ago
NFL Kicker Plays Kickball With His Family, Ruins All The Fun - Digg
​There are some dad jokes that you need a professional kicking leg to pull off, as Carolina Panthers' kicker Graham Gano did here: [Via Mashable] via Pocket
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5 days ago
What a Nuclear Attack in New York Would Look Like
In his efforts to Make America Great Again, Donald Trump has succeeded in reviving at least one aspect of America’s past: the fear of nuclear war. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff
It was sunny in Williamsburg on the last Wednesday in May, which also happened to be the second day of a new era at Vice Media. via Pocket
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7 days ago
You should be sleeping more than eight hours a night. Here’s why — Quartz
For something that we spend a third of our lives doing (if we’re lucky), sleep is something that we know relatively little about. via Pocket
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7 days ago
How Ace Hood Went From 'Bugatti' to Dad to 'Father's Day' | Fatherly
Ace Hood walks into the Ace Hotel in a hoodie. It’s a gray sleeveless Ace Hood hoodie. The 30-year-old rapper is in New York from his home in Miramar, Florida, to promote his newest project, Trust the Process II: Undefeated. He’s been at it all day and though he is not defeated he is peckish. via Pocket
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8 days ago
China Is Genetically Engineering Monkeys With Brain Disorders - The Atlantic
A visit to a facility in Guangdong province, where researchers are tinkering with monkey brains in order to understand the most severe forms of autism Guoping Feng applied to college the first year that Chinese universities reopened after the Cultural Revolution. via Pocket
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9 days ago
How to change the gears or sprockets in a garage door opener - YouTube
This is a video on how to change the gear/sprockets in a Craftsman garage door opener. This was a Craftsman model 139.53976SRT via Pocket
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9 days ago
The Best Writing On Anthony Bourdain - Digg
On Friday morning, immensely talented and loved television host and chef, Anthony Bourdain, was found dead in his hotel room in Paris. He was 61. To say this is a tremendous and profound loss to the world is an understatement. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Millennials and retirement: How bad is it?
There’s been a lot of hand-wringing over the retirement prospects of young Americans, and the huge millennial generation in particular. via Pocket
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11 days ago
Forbes Welcome
One of the key lessons I’ve learned over the years as a founder, CEO, and business adviser is that it’s not enough to make good decisions; you need to make good decisions efficiently. Bad decisions are never good, but it’s just as bad to make good decisions late. via Pocket
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12 days ago
As California’s largest lake dries up, it threatens nearby communities with clouds of toxic dust - The Verge
On May 29th, 2009, Michelle Dugan and her family began the 600-mile trip from El Centro, California to the Bay Area, where she was set to attend her college orientation. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Forbes Welcome
What is Jeff Bezos’s “Day 1” philosophy? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. “The outside world can push you into Day 2 if you won’t or can’t embrace powerful trends quickly. via Pocket
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12 days ago
EX-99.1
That’s a question I just got at our most recent all-hands meeting. I’ve been reminding people that it’s Day 1 for a couple of decades. I work in an Amazon building named Day 1, and when I moved buildings, I took the name with me. I spend time thinking about this topic. “Day 2 is stasis. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Softball Player Does Something We've Never Seen Before, Catches A Bunt - Digg
In addition to being an easier way to make contact than singing, one of the big reasons for bunting is that it avoids the possibility of a pop fly and an easy out. Or at least, that's the case 99% of the time. The other 1%? That's where Florida State's Jessie Warren comes in. via Pocket
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13 days ago
How Yearbook Signatures Have Evolved Since the 1600s - The Atlantic
Commemorative class books evolved from practical notebooks into collections of hair clippings, rhyming couplets, and “have a great summer” wishes. An Object Lesson. In 1635, the first public school in what would become the United States opened for classes. via Pocket
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14 days ago
‘He Pretty Much Gave In to Whatever They Asked For’ - POLITICO Magazine
In 1985, Tony Schwartz, a writer for New York magazine, was sitting in Donald Trump’s office in Trump Tower interviewing him for a story. Trump told him he had agreed to write a book for Random House. via Pocket
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17 days ago
Stephen A. Smith Left Nothing Unsaid About J.R. Smith After Game 1
Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals exceeded any rational expectation for excitement, as the Golden State Warriors needed overtime to prevail over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. via Pocket
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17 days ago
Zach Woods in the Woods | GQ
On Silicon Valley Zach Woods plays a gentle, vest-wearing startup barnacle named Jared, whose dark past emerges in improvised quips. ("I know what it's like to only be able to rescue half your family.") Woods's career has had its own dark interludes, starting with his acting headshots. via Pocket
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18 days ago
Bye, Chrome: Why I’m switching to Firefox and you should too
You’re probably sick of hearing about data and privacy by now–especially because, if you live in the United States, you might feel like there’s very little you can do to protect yourself from giant corporations feeding off your time, interests, and personal information. via Pocket
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19 days ago
Weezer Did It — They Finally Covered Toto's 'Africa' - Digg
Last week, Weezer trolled their fans — including one particularly persistent fan​ — by releasing a cover of Toto's "Rosanna" in response to a months-long #WeezerCoverAfrica campaign. It seems that was merely an appetizer before the main course. via Pocket
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20 days ago
EU proposes ban on straws and other single-use plastics - BBC News
The European Union is proposing a ban on single-use plastics to help protect marine life. The proposals are aimed at outlawing many commonplace plastic items , cotton buds, cutlery, balloon sticks and drink stirrers. via Pocket
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21 days ago
Look into my eyes: one woman’s journey from coma to consciousness | Global | The Guardian
After a deadly bacterial infection, Rikke Schmidt Kjærgaard woke to find herself locked in her own body, with only one way to communicate – blinking: one for no, two for yes. Yet five months later she made a full recovery. Here she tells her remarkable story via Pocket
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21 days ago
The Windows 10 April Update (1803): The Littlest Big Update
We’re about three years into Windows 10, and we’ve seen a lot of changes to the OS, as well as the servicing model, in those three years. via Pocket
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23 days ago
How Social Media Became a Pink Collar Job | WIRED
Companies hiring for technical positions often slip language into their job postings that appeals to men. They say they’re looking for “ninjas,” who seek to “obliterate competition,” and are capable of “dominating. via Pocket
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23 days ago
Jaw-Dropping Photos Of Kilauea's Lava Flows From Space - Digg
​As Kilauea's three-week eruption continues, destroying property and forcing evacuations on Hawaii's Big Island, satellites have been photographing the eruption from above. via Pocket
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24 days ago
Down caret
Cats and humans have had an uneasy détente for the past few millennia. We provide cats with safe, warm places to sleep; they provide us with entertainment. via Pocket
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25 days ago
12 books you should read before starting a business - Business Insider
Danny Meyer is a successful restaurateur, and his book is partially a memoir of his life in the New York City dining scene, but his advice applies well to any businessperson. Meyer lays out the most important lessons of hospitality, which also happen to be lessons in management. via Pocket
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25 days ago
The $8.5 Trillion Talent Shortage | Korn Ferry
It’s probably the most repeated prognostication of the year: Robots are eventually going to take your job, and probably sooner than you think. As it turns out, that would be the wrong thinking, and by a long shot. via Pocket
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26 days ago
A Federal Judge Just Ruled That Trump Has Violated The First Amendment By Blocking People On Twitter - Digg
Of all the things that could come from Donald Trump's rash behavior on Twitter — bigoted dogwhistles, typos-turned-memes, insults directed at legacy media, declarations of nuclear war — the objectively pettiest and funniest thing has to be Trump (or White House Director of Social Media Dan Scav via Pocket
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26 days ago
The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations - CityLab
The nation’s famed mastery of rail travel has been aided by some subtle behavioral tricks. It is a scene that plays out each weekday morning across Tokyo. Suit-clad office workers, gaggles of schoolchildren, and other travelers gamely wend their way through the city’s sprawling rail stations. via Pocket
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27 days ago
Biker Ramps Off Crashed Opponent's Motorcycle, Pulls Off An Absolutely Unbelievable Save - Digg
Moto GP racer Jakub Kornfeil's day almost took a bad turn over the weekend when another competitor in the French Grand Prix crashed right in front of him. With no time to avoid the other motorcycle, Kornfeil just ramped off of it and somehow stayed upright. It's pretty crazy: via Pocket
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28 days ago
The Opioid Crisis Is Not Just An American Epidemic
JOS, Nigeria — Bolu and his parents sat frozen in the car. Sweat was pouring down Bolu’s back, and he knew it wasn’t just the effects of suddenly coming off the tramadol and the codeine and the booze and the Rohypnol, and all the other drugs, all at once. via Pocket
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28 days ago
Facebook is tracking you on over 8.4 million websites | The Outline
Facebook is tracking you. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, or you religiously use incognito mode, Mark Zuckerberg’s monster almost certainly has your data meticulously catalogued and stored away somewhere. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
302 Found
But surely this is yet another instance of the Man keeping us down? Growing scientific evidence suggests that some of us are hardwired to be night owls, and we’re being forced to adjust to an early-morning society. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
Steven Brill's "Tailspin": How My Generation Broke America | Time
ONE Lately, most Americans, regardless of their political leanings, have been asking themselves some version of the same question: How did we get here? How did the world’s greatest democracy and economy become a land of crumbling roads, galloping in via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
The Senate Just Voted To Stop The Repeal Of Net Neutrality — Here's What Happens Next - Digg
On Wednesday afternoon, if everything goes to plan, the Senate is expected to actually do something good — voting to reject the FCC's repeal of net neutrality. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
The Lazy Man's Guide To Losing Fat And Building Muscle | Lifehacker Australia
Like most guys of a certain vintage, I have mixed feelings about my body. Staying lean and not surrendering to the siren’s call of the dreaded 'Dadbod' is a key concern. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
Why a Daily Habit of Reading Books Should be Your Priority, According to Science | Inc.com
Twenty six percent of adults in the United States have not read even a portion of a book within the last year. It's an unfortunate reality considering that researchers have found that consuming the written word is exceptionally good for people. Here's what studies have found. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
White House Thought Burying a Report About Poison Drinking Water Was a Great Idea | Vanity Fair
Imagine, if you will, that you are working for the federal government, and a report from the Department of Health and Human Services comes across your desk revealing that chemicals used by big business and the military, which have seeped into water supplies from New York to Michigan to West Virginia via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
“Like stealing candy from a baby,” arrested teen says of his phishing efforts | Ars Technica
Last week, police in Concord, California, arrested a high school student who police say successfully deployed a series of phishing emails targeting teachers at his school in an attempt to change the grades of numerous students. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
How Saks and Lord & Taylor's CEO Dealt With a Massive Data Hack | Fortune
Sometimes there’s nothing like a little trial by fire. After 25 years at CVS, Helena Foulkes was named CEO of Hudson’s Bay Corporation, the parent company of retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, in February. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
LeBron Put His Freakish Memory On Full Display At Sunday's Post-Game Press Conference - Digg
When discussing the greatest basketball players of all time, LeBron James is the elephant in the room. And elephants never forget. Yesterday, LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers lost a playoff game to the Boston Celtics. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
What Stephen Hawking’s final paper really means | The Outline
Stephen Hawking, who died this March at the age of 76, was a physicist from another time. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
How Useful Is Fear? - The Atlantic
Evolution has installed phobias in humans that are proving hard to shake. Franklin D. Roosevelt no doubt meant to be soothing when he insisted, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Do You Know Where Your Healing Crystals Come From? | The New Republic
After three record-breaking hurricanes hammered America last year, the influential spiritual healer Heather Askinosie wrote a blog post for the Earth. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Inside the Brotherhood of Pi-hole Ad Blockers - Bloomberg
Pi-hole (as in “shut your …”) is a free, open source software package designed to run on a Raspberry Pi, a basic computer that’s popular with DIYers, fits in the palm of your hand, and retails for about $35. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Failure to Launch: New Mexico's Gamble on Spaceport America
The sun-bleached stretch of the New Mexico desert known as the Jornada del Muerto — the journey of the dead man — is an unlikely spot for Earth’s premier portal to another world. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Unstoppable Wave Of Lava Turns A Car Into Dust In Hawaii - Digg
​Over the past week, Hawaii's Kilauea has been spewing lava, forcing residents to evacuate as the lava has devoured everything in its path. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Ta-Nehisi Coates: Kanye West in the Age of Donald Trump - The Atlantic
Kanye West wants freedom—white freedom. I could only have seen it there, on the waxed hardwood floor of my elementary-school auditorium, because I was young then, barely 7 years old, and cable had not yet come to the city, and if it had, my father would not have believed in it. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
6 Enterprise Password Managers That Lighten the ...
EPMs offer the familiar password wallet with more substantial administrative management and multiple deployment models. 1 of 7 Companies may try to promote good password hygiene among users, but obstacles remain fairly profound, even after years of prodding by IT and security managers. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Defending Against an Automated Attack Chain: Are ...
Recent threats like AutoSploit bring malware-as-a-service to a whole new level. Here are four ways to be prepared. Until recently, one of the biggest challenges for cybercriminals has been matching a target with an exploit. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
'This Is America': The Childish Gambino video explained - CNN
The fact that Childish Gambino's "This is America" tackles police brutality, gun violence, media misdirection, and the use of African-Americans as a brand shield, all while dancing in Jim Crow-style caricature, shows a transcendence or mere performance and demands attention. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
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YABUCOA, P.R. — Rafael Surillo Ruiz was on the way to San Juan when he noticed that all the traffic lights had gone out. Mr. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
The 12 science fiction and fantasy novels you should check out this May - The Verge
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Slate’s podcast Slow Burn, an engrossing dive into the Watergate scandal that eventually prompted President Richard Nixon to resign. The series prompted me to pick up a book that has been on my to-read list for nearly four years: Crooked, by Austin Grossman. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
The Avengers: Infinity War marathon marks the end of a 10-year journey - The Verge
A thunderclap of shouts rolls in approval. The crowd at New York’s AMC Empire 25 is getting restless, but it would be unfair to call them impatient. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
A Dallas Restaurant Went Viral After Sharing A Message About Gun Regulation Amid An NRA Conference
"We’ve had people calling and say they’re going to shoot the place up, one that implied he would be burning us down today. Ridiculous people," Joe Groves, owner of Ellen's restaurant, told BuzzFeed News. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
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