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Striking Out with Islandora [7.x-]2.x, Fedora 4.x, and Apache Camel | Gist by Kevin Bowrin
Striking Out with Islandora [7.x-]2.x, Fedora 4.x, and Apache Camel | Gist by Kevin Bowrin
8 hours ago
4 things that happened in PHP while you weren’t looking | O'Reilly Radar
I think most programmers have come into contact with PHP at some point, editing a WordPress plugin or getting PHPMyAdmin running on a server. We think we know...
15 hours ago
When Exponential Progress Becomes Reality | Medium
Ray Kurzweil’s 110 year version of Moore’s Law some perfectly reasonable mind-blowing predictions for the future ahead.
yesterday
Leading Without Coding: A How-To Guide for Non-Technical Co-Founders and Product Leaders | Medium
Leading Without Coding: A How-To Guide for Non-Technical Co-Founders and Product Leaders | Medium
yesterday
How Google avoids downtime [each product has an "error budget"] | NetworkWorld
> Hint: It doesn’t aim for perfection in keeping Google cloud, apps up
yesterday
RancherOS strips Docker and Linux to the essentials [even more bare than CoreOS!] | NetworkWorld
A new superminimal Linux in the vein of CoreOS, RancherOS uses Docker to run everything outside of the kernel itself
yesterday
Opting Out of the Data Games – An Open Conversation for Facebook Friends | WIRED
Opting Out of the Data Games – An Open Conversation for Facebook Friends | WIRED
yesterday
abc15.com | ABC15 Arizona news in Phoenix | KNXV-TV
Live Video | | News, Weather and Entertainment video from ABC15 in Phoenix, Arizona |…
from twitter
2 days ago
The White House Doesn't Want You to Know the TPP's Looming Effects on U.S. Copyright Laws | Electronic Frontier Foundation
The White House Doesn't Want You to Know the TPP's Looming Effects on U.S. Copyright Laws | Electronic Frontier…
3 days ago
Privacy is at a crossroads. Choose wisely. [by Gabriel Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo] | Medium
Any day now President Obama is going to propose a new privacy bill of rights that will give you much more control over y…
3 days ago
GPG And Me [GPG should be allowed to die] | Moxie Marlinspike
GPG And Me [GPG should be allowed to die] | Moxie Marlinspike
3 days ago
NSA Director: We Need Frameworks for Cyber, Circumventing Crypto | ThreatPost
NSA director Mike Rogers spoke about creating legal frameworks for crypto-subversion & law enforcement intelligence gathering at Cybersecurity for a New America
4 days ago
5 Ways to Get Around Twitter’s 140-Character Count | Idea Lab | PBS
RT : The visuals team created Quotable to share snippets of interviews on social media; you can create your own
from twitter
4 days ago
​How HTTP/2 will speed up your web browsing | ZDNet
How HTTP/2 will speed up your web browsing | ZDNet
HTTP 
5 days ago
Unicorns vs. Horses [working for venture-capital/investors versus working for yourself] | Medium
Unicorns vs. Horses [working for venture-capital/investors versus working for yourself] | Medium
5 days ago
Why Is America Dotted with Giant, Concrete Arrows? [1930s airmail navigation beacons] | CityLab
Why Is America Dotted with Giant, Concrete Arrows? [1930s airmail navigation beacons] | CityLab
7 days ago
An Open Letter to Prime Minister Cameron [by Jonathan Zittrain on the dangers of gov't back doors to encryption] | Medium
An Open Letter to Prime Minister Cameron [by Jonathan Zittrain on the dangers of gov't back doors to encryption] |…
7 days ago
WebRecorder.io: Web service to record and playback WARC files
WebRecorder.io: Web service to record and playback WARC files
8 days ago
WARCreate: Create WARC files from any webpage [Google Chrome Extension]
WARCreate: Create WARC files from any webpage [Google Chrome Extension]
8 days ago
Future of Library Resource Discovery (short URL) - National Information Standards Organization
Whitepaper on the "Future of Library Resource Discovery" published by and written by [PDF]
niso  from twitter
8 days ago
Lenovo admits to Superfish screw-up, will release clean-up tool | InfoWorld
The company confirmed that a software program preloaded on some of its laptops exposes users to potential attacks
8 days ago
SPY PROGRAM EXPOSED: NSA has hidden software in hard drives around the world | Business Insider
SPY PROGRAM EXPOSED: NSA has hidden software in hard drives around the world | Business Insider
8 days ago
How Spies Stole the Keys to the Encryption Castle [NSA/GCHQ stole SIM keys for mobile phones] | The Intercept
RT @ggreenwald: NEW: One of the biggest Snowden stories yet: NSA/GCHQ hacked into company producing SIM cards for cellphones
9 days ago
Check if you trust the Superfish CA
Superfish CA test check. If you see an image with "YES" written on it, you have a problem. by
from twitter
9 days ago
Lenovo PCs ship with man-in-the-middle adware that breaks HTTPS connections | Ars Technica
Lenovo PCs ship with man-in-the-middle adware that breaks HTTPS connections | Ars Technica
9 days ago
University Bans GitHub Homework (Then Changes Its Mind) | Wired
The University of Illinois recently issued a DMCA takedown request against a student who had posted course homework (and answers) on Gitub. Then the university changed its mind. Welcome to the world of open source education.
10 days ago
http2 explained [33-page CC-By licensed look at the why's and how's, by @bagder]
http2 explained [33-page CC-By licensed look at the why's and how's, by @bagder]
10 days ago
You'll pay more for privacy with AT&T's gigabit broadband [$29/mo more for non-snooping service] | PCWorld
AT&T's Gigapower broadband service has arrived in Kansas City. But as in Austin, you'll pay more if you want AT&T to ignore what you're doing online.
10 days ago
The Largest Update to HTTP in 16 Years Has Been Finalized | The Next Web
The Largest Update to HTTP in 16 Years Has Been Finalized | The Next Web
10 days ago
Perceptions 2014: An International Survey of Library Automation by Marshall Breeding
This eighth annual Library Automation Perceptions Report provides evaluative ratings submitted by individuals representing over three thousand libraries from 80 countries describing experiences with 154 different automation products, including both proprietary and open source systems. The survey results include 994 narrative comments providing candid statements -- both positive and negative – about the products and companies involved or statements of intent regarding future automation plans. This report analyzes the results of the survey, presents a variety of statistical tables based on the data collected, and provides some initial observations. It aims to provide information to libraries as they evaluate their options for strategic technology products and to the organizations involved in providing these products and services as constructive criticism to help guide improvements..
12 days ago
Facebook Is Bigger Than the Internet [how Facebook is the only internet for some] | The Atlantic
Facebook Is Bigger Than the Internet [how Facebook is the only internet for some] | The Atlantic
13 days ago
Google is serious about taking on telecom. Here’s why it’ll win. | The Washington Post
Google is serious about taking on telecom. Here’s why it’ll win. | The Washington Post
14 days ago
Wiki creator reinvents collaboration, again | John Udell at InfoWorld
Wiki creator reinvents collaboration, again | John Udell at InfoWorld
14 days ago
Facebook Unveils Tool For Sharing Data On Malicious Botnets | WIRED
Facebook Unveils Tool For Sharing Data On Malicious Botnets | WIRED
15 days ago
Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk | The Guardian
Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk | The Guardian
15 days ago
On Darwin Day, 5 facts about the evolution debate | Pew Research Center
RT : Only two-thirds of Americans perceive that scientists generally agree about evolution
from twitter
16 days ago
WWE Network: Difference between revisions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RT : WWE Network Wikipedia article edited anonymously from US House of Representatives
from twitter
17 days ago
AVAILABLE: Fedora 4.1.0 Release | DuraSpace
RT : The Fedora team is proud to announce Fedora 4.1.0 is available: ontology–performance–Camel module–OAI Provider module
from twitter
17 days ago
Archive of c4l15 (Code4Lib 2015) Tweets - Google Sheets
Archive of (Code4Lib 2015) Tweets as a Google Spreadsheet (now with open read access)
c4l15  from twitter
18 days ago
Google Drive Blog: A quick checkup and a simple thanks
RT : Take 2 minute security review of your Google account, get 2 free [permanent] GB increase to Google Drive
from twitter
18 days ago
Sesame 2 Wireless Auto-Lock for Mac | StackSocial
Anyone tried Sesame 2 Auto-Lock Keychain? It looks like a two-factor security device for MacOSX. Thoughts?
from twitter
18 days ago
2015 Conference Schedule | code4lib
RT : livestream starts at noon ET today.
Channel:
Schedule:
pdx  c4l15  from twitter
18 days ago
Code4Lib - YouTube
RT : livestream starts at noon ET today.
Channel:
Schedule:
pdx  c4l15  from twitter
18 days ago
@cm_harlow/C4L15 Speakers + Leaders on Twitter
RT : MT : ICYMI, here is the Twitter list for speakers And attendees
c4l15  from twitter
18 days ago
@cm_harlow/C4L15 Attendees on Twitter
RT : MT : ICYMI, here is the Twitter list for speakers And attendees
c4l15  from twitter
18 days ago
"Passwords are stored in plain text." [on security of some library service providers] | Eric's Go-To-Hellman
"Passwords are stored in plain text." [on security of some library service providers] | Eric's Go-To-Hellman
18 days ago
Keybase
Have you run across keybase(dot)io? () Sort of like your proposal, except uses distributed social identity.
from twitter
19 days ago
Why the US Government Is Terrified of Hobbyist Drones | WIRED
Why the US Government Is Terrified of Hobbyist Drones | WIRED
19 days ago
The Town Where Everyone Got Free Money | Motherboard
The Town Where Everyone Got Free Money | Motherboard
20 days ago
(500) https://mozilla.github.io/server-side-tls/ssl-config-generator/
See Mozilla's recommended Server-Side TLS discussion () and config generator ()
from twitter
21 days ago
Security/Server Side TLS - MozillaWiki
See Mozilla's recommended Server-Side TLS discussion () and config generator ()
from twitter
21 days ago
Qualys SSL Labs - Projects / SSL Server Test / pinboard.in
Would you mind taking a look at your HTTPS configuration, please?
from twitter
21 days ago
RFC 7457: Summarizing Known Attacks on Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Datagram TLS (DTLS)
RFC 7457: Summarizing Known Attacks on Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Datagram TLS (DTLS)
21 days ago
Anthem hack: Seven ways to protect yourself right now | ZDNet
Anthem hack: Seven ways to protect yourself right now | ZDNet
21 days ago
Anthem hack: Personal data stolen sells for 10X price of stolen credit card numbers | Network World
Anthem hack: Personal data stolen sells for 10X price of stolen credit card numbers | Network World
21 days ago
Rome2Rio: multi-modal travel planning
Rome2Rio: multi-modal travel planning
22 days ago
The History of Frame Rate for Film - YouTube
The History of Frame Rate for Film [15 minutes] | YouTube
from twitter
22 days ago
Big Shake-Up to Music Licensing Regime Embraced by U.S. Copyright Office | The Hollywood Reporter
Big Shake-Up to Music Licensing Regime Embraced by U.S. Copyright Office | The Hollywood Reporter
23 days ago
The Rise of AdBlock Reveals A Serious Problem in the Advertising Ecosystem | Monday Note
The Rise of AdBlock Reveals A Serious Problem in the Advertising Ecosystem | Monday Note
23 days ago
US backs IEEE move to modify rules for standards patents | InfoWorld
US backs IEEE move to modify rules for standards patents | InfoWorld
23 days ago
Backblaze releases drive reliability data | ZDNet
Backblaze releases drive reliability data | ZDNet
23 days ago
Thursday Threads: Web Time Travel, Fake Engine Noise, The Tech Behind Delivering Pictures of Behinds | Disruptive Library Technology Jester
New Thursday Threads blog post: Web Time Travel, Fake Engine Noise, The Tech Behind Delivering Pictures of Behinds
from twitter
23 days ago
[Rumor] TPP negotiators agree on copyrights protection [70 years, current U.S. law] | NHK World
Negotiators of the Trans Pacific Partnership free trade pact say they are a step closer to reaching a deal on copyright duration in principle. The plan is for copyrights to last for 70 years.
24 days ago
patronprivacy - Patron Privacy Interest Group
Wow, embarrassing. An inventory of the state of password storage at major library service providers circa early 2014
from twitter
24 days ago
Web Time Travel: find versions of a page that existed at some time in the past.
Web Time Travel: find versions of a page that existed at some time in the past.
24 days ago
Time Travel
RT : Los Alamos Research Library launches Time Travel Portal searching web archives worldwide:
OpenScience  from twitter
24 days ago
Winter 2014 (v.26 no.4) - National Information Standards Organization
RT : Winter 2014 issue of Information Standards Quarterly on Licensing of Digital Content published
NISO  openaccess  from twitter
24 days ago
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: This Is How We Will Ensure Net Neutrality | Statement by Mr. Wheeler on Wired
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: This Is How We Will Ensure Net Neutrality | Statement by Mr. Wheeler on Wired
24 days ago
If it happened there: How would we cover anti-vaxxers if they were in another country? | Slate
If it happened there: How would we cover anti-vaxxers if they were in another country? | Slate
25 days ago
Archive of c4l15 (Code4Lib 2015) Tweets
Hey ! I did setup the archive. Can you see this twitter archive? This is a new version of TAGS.
c4l15  c4l14  from twitter
25 days ago
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
4 weeks ago
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
4 weeks ago
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