Dynamics of Russian Power in Moldova - Foreign Policy Research Institute
"...for many ordinary Moldovans, Russia is attractive as a model of stability. For instance, according to a survey in April 2016, Vladimir Putin was the most popular foreign politician in Moldova. Putin gained support of 62% of respondents, while only about 30% backed Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany or then-U.S. President Barack Obama."
russia  moldova  politics  europe 
3 days ago
Coding, burnout, and mental health – Medium
"And if you make your entire life about the job, then you can end up having your friends, and your social life based around work as well. Which can lead to having no external life to your job. This approach to these people often seems to lead to burnout (certainly a significant lowering of productivity)."
startups  health  mental_health  dopost 
3 days ago
Alpha Explained | IndigoBlue
"I held firm the mantra that the team should consider the Alpha a discreet project and as such the outputs from the Alpha should be placed in a (virtual) box with a nice ribbon on it. Thus, allowing the Beta team to walk in and unwrap the Alpha to absorb everything that we had done and discovered."
gds  ons  project_management  dopost 
5 days ago
Change, not "change management"
"Low internal digital skills at all levels encourage a company to rely on vendors and apply heavy governance to manage risk because they stop trusting their own capability to deliver, while ignoring the problems of their broken IT. Brownfields should be upskilling their workforce so that they have the talent to build great digital services - themselves."
agile  change  digital  transformation  advice  dopost 
5 days ago
AP Exclusive: Manafort had plan to benefit Putin government
"President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics..."
russia  donald_trump  politics  paul_manafort 
5 days ago
The one Yahoo meme that perfectly represents the faltering company | Ars Technica UK
"Execs seemed to profoundly misunderstand why people used the sites they bought. As the original community members drained away, they were inevitably replaced by people like kavya, whose babby-style contributions were nightmarish amalgams of griefing and cluelessness."
dopost  yahoo  history  memes 
5 days ago
World Happiness Report 2017
"Norway has jumped from 4th place in 2016 to 1st place this year, followed by Denmark, Iceland and Switzerland in a tightly packed bunch. All of the top four countries rank highly on all the main factors found to support happiness: caring, freedom, generosity, honesty, health, income and good governance. Their averages are so close that small changes can re-order the rankings from year to year."
happiness  measurement  report  pdf  dopost 
7 days ago
Michael Feathers - Moving Past the Scaling Myth
"Despite the fact that we are surrounded by examples of structures that "don't scale." We want to believe that we can keep fundamentally the same process or architecture in place "as we scale." I think that we need to get used to the idea that scaling is different than what we may think it is. We should expect something analogous to phase transitions."
agile  scalability  dopost 
8 days ago
The Road to a Free Europe Goes Through Moscow - POLITICO Magazine
"Through means both covert (internet troll factories) and overt (a €9 million loan to Marine Le Pen’s National Front), the Kremlin aids and abets a wide variety of disruptive movements and figures in the Western world, no matter how radical or seemingly hopeless the cause, on the calculation that such a strategy is low risk and high reward."
russia  propaganda  vladimir_putin  politics  brexit 
8 days ago
WhatUsersDo | Usability and User Testing
"Our platform helps you understand how your customers engage with your website or product"
user_testing  user_research  testing 
10 days ago
When the culture becomes the cult – Agile in the Wild
"Whilst highly collaborative working practices work well for some they disadvantage others, and even if you prefer a vibrant environment you might sometimes seek some quiet and solitude. I see and speak to people all the time whose gifts and contributions are passed by or their brilliance stifled by the accommodations they have to make to fit in to the environments we have created."
agile  culture  psychology  dopost  teams 
12 days ago
The Satir Change Model | Steven M. Smith
"Improvement is always possible. This conviction is the heart of the transformation system developed by family therapist Virginia Satir. Her system helps people improve their lives by transforming the way they see and express themselves."
change  model  families  dopost 
12 days ago
The problem with facts
"The facts about smoking — indisputable facts, from unquestionable sources — did not carry the day. The indisputable facts were disputed."
public_relations  truth  politics  propaganda 
13 days ago
When Coffee and Kale Compete by Alan Klement
"'Customers don't have needs, they just want to make progress within the system they belong.' [...] When Coffee and Kale Compete by Alan Klement will help you become better at creating and selling products that people will buy. Your joy at work will grow. You will know how to help companies increase profits, reduce waste, and remain competitive. In doing so, you will help economies prosper, and help provide stable jobs for employees and the families that depend on them."
book  user_needs 
14 days ago
WikiLeaks CIA cache: Fool me once
"This week's poorly conceived distraction from Trump and Putin sittin' in a tree was brought to us by WikiLeaks, which dumped 8,761 documents of the CIA's hacking arsenal online for all to see. [...] Hilarity ensued. Well, if you think it's funny when the press parrots WikiLeaks' misleading claims wrapped in PR spin."
wikileaks  cia  security  dopost  journalism  privacy 
14 days ago
2017 Winners | Guthman Musical Instrument Design Competition | Georgia Institute of Technology | Atlanta, GA
"Creator and contestant Subhraag Singh filled the room with infinite sounds with his futuristic, saxophone-like invention, the Infinitone. Singh won the first-place prize of $5,000, and shed tears of joy and excitement as he told the audience that he put his life's work into this instrument."
musical_instrument  music  invention  competition  dopost 
16 days ago
U.S. Warned of Foreign Intel Operations After Russian Met With Team Trump at RNC - The Daily Beast
"Several other Trump campaign or transition officials who attended the conference also dismissed concern over communications with Kislyak at the conference as idiotic and overblown at best. All said the FBI was wasting its time and resources running down every single person the ambassador approaches."
russia  usa  politics 
19 days ago
Risk Appetite & Tolerance - Executive Summary [pdf]
"By providing practical advice on how to approach the development and implementation of a risk appetite framework we believe we will be helping boards and senior management teams both to manage their organisations better and to discharge their corporate governance responsibilities more effectively."
risk  risk_management  management  pdf 
19 days ago
Working In Uncertainty: Results of a survey on risk phrases
"The results of this survey confirm what many of us have long suspected, that the phrase 'risk appetite' is inherently confusing, now has multiple interpretations, and it is easy to think of better phrases that we could use from now on. With plainer, more self-explanatory terminology we can stop debating what words mean and get on with doing something useful."
risk  risk_management  language  survey  dopost 
20 days ago
Hacker George Hotz cancels Model S order after Tesla reminds him about IP theft | Ars Technica UK
"Hotz was planning on buying a Tesla Model S with the latest HW2 sensors until Tesla's legal office reached out to him just before delivery. Hotz told Electrek that Tesla's lawyers specifically called to remind him that intellectual property theft is a crime."
tesla  hacking  dopost 
20 days ago
Data-wiping malware Shamoon is back, and now it’s targeting Europe: | Ars Technica UK
"StoneDrill also includes backdoor functions that are used for espionage purposes. Kaspersky researchers found four command-and-control panels that the attackers used to steal data from an unknown number of targets."
crime  security  ransomware  malware  dopost 
20 days ago
Build your own Scrum -
"The goal of the exercise is to get small groups of 5 to 9 people collaborating with each other to recreate the workflow of Scrum from memory, or by using Michael James’ Scrum Reference Card. I’ve found this works equally well if they’ve attended a lecture on Scrum, if I review the workflow quickly prior to the exercise, or even if the individuals have just read the Scrum Guide. The magic of the exercise is that a group of people, even Scrum amateurs, can work it out together. And isn’t that what it’s all about? :)"
scrum  agile  training 
20 days ago
Russia: Kremlin-backed media turns on Trump - POLITICO
"It’s not that the Kremlin-controlled outlets which all but explicitly rooted for Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton last fall have changed their view of the New York mogul. It’s that Moscow’s main goal was always to undermine the U.S. political system, regardless of who is in the White House, experts said."
propaganda  russia  usa  media 
20 days ago
Visualizing the Riemann zeta function and analytic continuation - YouTube
"How a certain perspective on what the Riemann zeta function looks like can motivate what it might mean beyond its domain of convergence."
video  maths  visualisation  dopost 
22 days ago
The RARA Model - www.rara-risk.com
"Have you ever been confused between Risk Appetite and Risk Attitude? The RARA model is designed to address this. The image to the right is a simplified picture of our RARA model that describes how Risk Appetite and Risk Attitude are connected, and how they can be understood and managed as part of active risk management."
risk  model  risk_management 
24 days ago
What is GDP? | Visual.ONS
GDP explained. "GDP is the standard measure of the size and health of a country’s economy. It’s the way we measure and compare how well or badly countries are doing. (Diane Coyle, GDP, Princeton Press)"
economics  visualisation 
26 days ago
Value Chains and Value Streams: Strategic Maps Are Better For Project Inception | ThoughtWorks
Some approaches to mapping business processes: "I wanted to put a bit of an outline out for people who are interested--the bottom line is that the type of mapping you do will heavily impact the way you think about problems. As usual, I'm pushing tools which may help us to think more about strategic business value, at least at first, during project inception, and less about the systematic steps to improve it."
mapping  visualisation  tools  value  process  dopost 
28 days ago
A Survey of Propaganda - Schneier on Security
"This is an excellent survey article on modern propaganda techniques, how they work, and how we might defend ourselves against them. [...] As to defense: "Debunking doesn't work: provide an alternative narrative.""
propaganda  politics  analysis 
28 days ago
SHAttered - SHA-1 is broken
"It is now practically possible to craft two colliding PDF files and obtain a SHA-1 digital signature on the first PDF file which can also be abused as a valid signature on the second PDF file."
security  cryptography  dopost 
29 days ago
Test Your Calibration! - Less Wrong
"In my journeys across the land, I have, to date, encountered four sets of probability calibration tests. [...] If anyone knows of other tests, please do mention them in the comments, and I'll add them to this post."
measurement  estimation  tools  dopost 
4 weeks ago
Estimation - Part I: How to do it? - 80,000 Hours
"In this post we are going to look at how to make an estimate of a quantity you’re uncertain about. In order to do this we will cover the following things: Making your estimate; Is your estimate a good one? Are you overconfident?"
estimation  measurement  dopost 
4 weeks ago
How do you measure value? | ThoughtWorks
"We talk a lot in the agile world about "delivering value". It is the central theme of almost every agile workshop I have attended, a catchphrase in the agile world, and the focus of agile projects. But how do we know if we are delivering value?"
presentation  value  measurement  dopost 
5 weeks ago
5 Key Steps to Effective Project Prioritisation | James Blackstock | Pulse | LinkedIn
"Last week I was asked a very interesting question that made me want to write a ‘how to’ article explaining how I believe project and programme managers should be involved in project and programme prioritisation..."
prioritisation  programme_management  project_management  advice  dopost 
5 weeks ago
Inside the protest movement that has Republicans reeling - POLITICO
"Dubbed “Indivisible,” the group launched as a way for Padilla and a handful of fellow ex-Democratic aides to channel their post-election heartbreak into a manual for quashing President Donald Trump’s agenda. They drafted a 26-page protest guide for activists, full of pointers on how to bird dog their members of Congress in the language of Capitol insiders."
politics  usa  protest 
6 weeks ago
Simon Wardley defines a map
"Asked to explain difference between network topology and a map [...] as simply as I can"
mapping  simon_wardley  networks  visualisation 
6 weeks ago
The 6 Rules for Rewards - NOOP.NL
"Rewards that trigger intrinsic motivation are more effective and cost way less. Such rewards can work for your organization, and not against it. Just make sure you take the following six rules into account..."
motivation  advice  rewards  management  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Building what’s useful: governance and agile delivery – Digital blogs
"It makes sense to have a piece of internet that I could point to which explains how to do governance when you’re doing agile delivery. That’s what this blog post is about."
governance  agile  co_op  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Guide to IR35 in the Public Sector | IPSE
"This new and free guide explains what this change means and what contractors can expect when working in the public sector. As we learn more we will update this guide."
taxation  ir35 
6 weeks ago
UK government’s huge citizen data grab is go—where are the legal safeguards? | Ars Technica UK
"Privacy campaigner Phil Booth [...] told Ars that the so-called "Government Transformation Strategy" didn't sit well side-by-side with Whitehall's big legislative push to crack open citizens' data. "Which do you believe, the current draft legislation, or a PDF?" he asked."
privacy  government  gds  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Free Business Tools - Online Tools for Small Businesses
Lots of "generator" tools: for a business name, bar code, privacy policy, refund policy,...
tools  business  templates 
6 weeks ago
The ACLU Dash Button – Medium
"It was my friend Katherine who made the comment “I wish there was an ACLU Dash button I could push to donate any time I read about the latest offense from Trump.” Her language was sliiiiightly more colorful than that, but it got me thinking: why reserve that instant gratification for physical goods? Why not push a button and do some real good?"
amazon  aclu  donald_trump  innovation  iot  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Does the online card payment landscape unwittingly facilitate fraud? | the morning paper
The ease of conducting credit card fraud... "Ignoring address for the moment, note that expiry date + CVV2 gives us 60,000 combinations to guess, but by cracking them in stages we reduce it to only 1,060."
credit_cards  security  hacking  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Gary Kasparov on propaganda
"The point of modern propaganda isn't only to misinform or push an agenda. It is to exhaust your critical thinking, to annihilate truth."
propaganda  truth  politics  russia 
6 weeks ago
Trump’s Plan to Fight ISIS With Putin Isn’t Just Futile. It’s Dangerous. - POLITICO Magazine
"Russians operate differently from Americans at every level of conflict — tactically, operationally, and strategically. There is no established trust between our nations or our forces, and the place to build that trust is not during a major operation where our goals are fundamentally misaligned."
russia  war  terrorism  usa  donald_trump 
6 weeks ago
Questions of Uncertainty | IndigoBlue
"The actions should make the uncertainty (range) for story estimates narrower (smaller) by a planned amount, but will not necessarily change the estimates or make them smaller. In fact, while the range in an estimate gets smaller, the estimate itself could increase."
uncertainty  project_management  visualisation  dopost 
6 weeks ago
Why the best product managers don’t build the features their users ask for.
"In his now classic paper ‘Marketing Myopia’, [Theodore Levitt] argued how the railroads in the US served as an example of an industry whose failure to grow was due to a limited market view. Those behind the railroads were in trouble not because the need for passenger transportation had declined. Rather, the industry failed because those behind it assumed they were in the railroad business rather than the customer transportation business."
product_development  history  facebook  dopost  user_needs 
6 weeks ago
Well, that escalated quickly. IR35 v2.0 | IndigoBlue
"It is unusual in Government to have an abrupt change in legislation and be able to rapidly monitor its effects in a reasonably sized control group of the population. But that is about to happen, and the people affected quite probably include you, dear reader."
ir35  taxation  public_sector 
7 weeks ago
Colin Bird - Founder of RippleRock - Has the Burndown Chart Burnt-out?
"The venerable Burndown chart has been a central plank in tracking progress and predicting likely release dates in Scrum since I can remember. Over the last few years, the Burnup chart has gained popularity – lets explore why."
agile  visualisation  charts  dopost 
7 weeks ago
Why UPS drivers don't turn left and you probably shouldn't either
"UPS have designed their vehicle routing software to eliminate as many left-hand turns as possible (in countries with right-hand traffic). Typically, only 10% of the turns are left turns. As a result, the company claims it uses 10m gallons less fuel, emits 20,000 tonnes less carbon dioxide and delivers 350,000 more packages every year."
ups  driving  maths  efficiency  prisoners_dilemma  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Why the media got it so wrong on Trump and Brexit
"There is no doubt the two big political campaigns of 2016 have thrown into stark relief some failings of both traditional and digital media. [...] The problems are more complex than the easy accusations of liberal bias and elitism, although those come into it, too."
media  society  democracy  analysis  journalism 
8 weeks ago
Repairing the Thinkpad X220 [pdf]
See chapter 8 for disassembly instructions.
thinkpad  hardware  dontpost  pdf 
8 weeks ago
Trump signs executive order stripping non-citizens of privacy rights
"With a stroke of his pen, the president just potentially invalidated a transcontinental data flow agreement between the US and EU which took years to negotiate."
privacy  usa  donald_trump  eu  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Do Targets Work or Not?
"I hope the last two posts have demonstrated admirably that: Targets work; Targets don’t work. I also trust that is nice and clear."
targets  culture  management  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Targets Work!
"However there is plenty of academic evidence to show that goal setting improves performance. [...] Locke and Latham suggest that having a target to work towards has four positive effects..."
targets  psychology  research  dopost  management 
9 weeks ago
How statistics lost their power – and why we should fear what comes next | William Davies | Politics | The Guardian
"Rather than diffusing controversy and polarisation, it seems as if statistics are actually stoking them. Antipathy to statistics has become one of the hallmarks of the populist right, with statisticians and economists chief among the various “experts” that were ostensibly rejected by voters in 2016."
statistics  politics  trust  dopost 
9 weeks ago
‘He Has This Deep Fear That He Is Not a Legitimate President’ - POLITICO Magazine
"So at the very moment he hates the establishment, he also desperately wants to be approved by it."
psychology  donald_trump  interview 
9 weeks ago
Mobile Processors - Benchmark List - NotebookCheck.net Tech
"This table is sorted by the approximate speed of the (laptop) CPU. It contains average benchmark values of some internal and external reviews. Furthermore, the list can be sorted and filtered by the user."
hardware  comparison  tool 
9 weeks ago
Securing KeePass with a Second Factor | Kahu Security
"I opted for the Challenge-Response method via KeeChallenge which I’ll be describing here. With KeeChallenge, I didn’t have any problems like I did using the OTP method."
security  yubikey  passwords 
9 weeks ago
"A plugin for KeePass2 to add Yubikey challenge-response capability."
security  yubikey  passwords 
9 weeks ago
Google explains how it spots malicious Android apps
"Google explains how it detects if a particular application is harmful even with the absence of Verify's verdict. "To understand this problem more deeply [...] the Android Security team correlates app install attempts and Dead or Insecure (DOI) devices.""
google  android  security  malware  dopost  maths 
9 weeks ago
The Man Who Became Donald Trump - POLITICO Magazine
"He noticed lesser-known physical tics, like the fact that Trump never makes eye contact. To train himself to avoid looking at Clinton, Reines taped a big X on the opposite wall and stared at it intently."
donald_trump  hillary_clinton  usa  politics  election 
9 weeks ago
Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding - POLITICO Magazine
"...people who know the Russian political playbook say winking at these fringe movements—and even giving them a boost—is a part of a very real strategy."
russia  california  politics  usa 
9 weeks ago
A Comment on the Trump Dossier - Schneier on Security
"Imagine that you are someone in the CIA, concerned about the future of America. You have this Russian dossier on Donald Trump [...] The smartest thing you can do is to leak it to the public. By doing so, you are eliminating any leverage Russia has over Trump..."
russia  donald_trump  cia  politics 
10 weeks ago
Watch out, Europe. Germany is top of Russian hackers’ list | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian
"Berlin officials struggled to counter the Russian campaign. But Moscow’s overt meddling in Germany’s domestic politics seeped into the public consciousness – for a while, at least."
russia  germany  politics  immigration  news  europe 
10 weeks ago
2017 is the year we realise we've been doing the Internet wrong
"Our data is what drives services and profits on the Net - but we’re unable to reap the rewards of the value we create. [...] Networks can distribute power – like the electricity power grid – or they can centralise it – like old boys networks."
internet  data  privacy  politics  dopost 
10 weeks ago
SECTION 3 Enhancing Existing Risk Management in National Statistical Institutes by Using Agile Principles - Guidelines on Risk Management - UNECE Statistics Wikis
"These Guidelines on implementing risk management in statistical organisations were drafted under the coordination of the UNECE High Level Group for the Modernisation of Official Statistics, by the Modernisation Committee on Organisational Framework and Evaluation (MCOFE), chaired by Jackey Mayda (Statistics Canada)." Includes a section on Agile by ONS people.
risk  un  ons  management 
10 weeks ago
5 Russian words that explain Vladimir Putin – POLITICO
"[Putin has] pushed for the creation of a free-trade zone — the Eurasian Customs Union — between them. Those countries that have resisted the Kremlin’s advances, such as Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine after its 2014 Euro-revolution, have found themselves in direct military conflict with Russia."
russia  politics  language  words 
10 weeks ago
Hackers can remotely steal fingerprints from Android phones | ZDNet
"Researchers outline how hackers can attack your smartphone to steal your fingerprint on a "large scale" -- without anybody noticing."
security  mobile  hacking  dopost  android 
10 weeks ago
Russia waging information war against Sweden, study finds | World news | The Guardian
"Sweden’s most authoritative foreign policy institute has accused Russia of using fake news, false documents and disinformation as part of a coordinated campaign to influence public opinion and decision-making in the Scandinavian country."
russia  sweden  politics 
10 weeks ago
How We Fool Ourselves on Russia - NYTimes.com
The reality is that our relationship with Russia will remain competitive, and often adversarial, for the foreseeable future. At its core is a fundamental disconnect in outlook and about each other’s role in the world."
politics  russia  usa  history 
11 weeks ago
Burnistoun S1E1 - Voice Recognition Elevator - ELEVEN! - YouTube
"Voice-recognition technology? In a lift? In Scotland? You ever tried voice-recognition technology?"
humour  video  technology 
11 weeks ago
Is this my interface or yours? – Medium
"Why do products sometimes label things as my stuff, and sometimes label things as your stuff? [...] As you tap around from app to app, you’ll see that there’s no standard way to refer to the things that belong to you within an interface. Some say it’s my stuff. Some say it’s your stuff."
naming  user_interfaces  dopost 
11 weeks ago
What scientific term or concept ought to be more widely know? The Premortem
"Before a major decision is taken, say to launch a new line of business, write a book, or form a new alliance, those familiar with the details of the proposal are given an assignment. Assume we are at some time in the future when the plan has been implemented, and the outcome was a disaster. Write a brief history of that disaster."
risk  uncertainty  psychology  management  dopost 
11 weeks ago
Ownership of UK Quoted Shares - Office for National Statistics
"The value of ordinary shares held in UK incorporated companies listed on the London Stock Exchange by sector of the owner, with a country breakdown for shares owned outside the UK."
shares  data  survey  dopost  uk  finance  economics 
11 weeks ago
A company with an SQL injection attack as its name. Nice.
humour  security  dopost  databases 
11 weeks ago
Embracing Agile
"By taking people out of their functional silos and putting them in self-managed and customer-focused multidisciplinary teams, the agile approach is not only accelerating profitable growth but also helping to create a new generation of skilled general managers."
agile  management  dopost 
11 weeks ago
Why the Podesta hack was co-ordinated by the Russians
@pwnallthethings explains why the DNC email hack was actually undertaken by Russia.
security  hacking  usa  phishing  tweets  dopost 
11 weeks ago
Putin’s Real Long Game - POLITICO Magazine
"This war seeks, at home and abroad, to erode our values, our democracy, and our institutional strength; to dilute our ability to sort fact from fiction, or moral right from wrong; and to convince us to make decisions against our own best interests."
politics  russia  usa  vladimir_putin 
11 weeks ago
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