The options for the UK’s trading relationship with the EU | The Institute for Government
"The table below compares the main options, based on existing arrangements the EU has with other countries – and the option of leaving the EU with “no deal” in place."
brexit  analysis  eu 
4 days ago
Apple tries to clamp down on leaks with mixed success
"Many of Apple's anti-leak investigators, including Rice himself, come from agencies like the NSA, FBI and Secret Service -- does it really need to treat an iPad leak like a matter of national security? The company will also pursue in-house leakers for years, and is adamant that employees avoid discussing products with family or in the more public parts of Apple's offices. It'll sometimes place overseers on product teams to actively prevent leaks."
security  apple  working_practices  dopost 
5 days ago
The Book of Jeremy Corbyn | The New Yorker
"And there came from the same country a prophet, whose name was Jeremy. His beard was as the pelt of beasts, and his raiments were not of the finest. And he cried aloud in the wilderness and said, Behold, I bring you hope."
humour  politics  jeremy_corbyn  theresa_may  election 
8 days ago
Microsoft Surface Laptop Teardown - iFixit
"Verdict: The Surface Laptop is not a laptop. It’s a glue-filled monstrosity."
microsoft_surface  hardware  guides  dopost 
8 days ago
Programming with spaces instead of tabs makes you richer, according to survey | Ars Technica UK
"Developers who use tabs to indent their code, developers who fight for truth and justice and all that is good in the world, those developers have a median salary of $43,750."
humour  survey  programming  dopost 
11 days ago
Visio ShapeSheet reference
"This reference contains conceptual overviews, programming tasks, samples, and references to guide you in developing solutions based on Visio 2013."
visio  reference 
14 days ago
How to Handle Bullies, Teasers, and Other Meanies: A Book That Takes the Nuisance Out of Name Calling and Other Nonsense
"How to Handle Bullies, Teasers and Other Meanies Provides information on what makes bullies and teasers tick, how to handle bullies, how to deal with prejudice, and how to defend onesself when being teased or insulted."
book  children 
23 days ago
'It was quasi-religious': the great self-esteem con | The Guardian
"None of this, says Keith Campbell, professor of psychology at the University of Georgia and expert on narcissism, serves our youngsters well. “[We] live in a world of trophies for everyone. Fourteenth place ribbon. I am not making this stuff up. My daughter got one.”"
psychology  falsehoods  education  research 
24 days ago
61 US cities and three states vow to uphold Paris climate agreement
"Shortly after Donald Trump told the world that the US would withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, American cities and states vowed they would abide by the international compact anyway."
leadership  climate_change  donald_trump  dopost 
25 days ago
What went wrong in British Airways datacenter in May 2017? | UP2V
"Combining all the different sources shown later in this post, a fairly accurate reconstruction of what went wrong can be provided."
failure  ba  dopost 
27 days ago
Are security questions leaving a gap in your security? - NCSC Site
"Security questions are widely used as a form of authentication, especially as a backup if you forget your password. However, the way to authenticate a password reset should be as good, if not better, than the password itself. We think that security questions just don’t fit that brief and the research agrees."
security  passwords  research  dopost 
29 days ago
Why They Join | Southern Poverty Law Center
"Sociologist Pete Simi, who has conducted 17 years of fieldwork with radical-right extremists, discusses why people join hate groups and how they come to leave."
psychology  racism 
4 weeks ago
The Facebook president and Zuck's racist rulebook
"While it's not quite a "we're sorry you feel that way," we only hope that Facebook understands that Holocaust denial is less like a nut allergy and more like ignoring the facts of genocide for the express purpose of harm."
racism  facebook  dopost 
4 weeks ago
AgileBits Blog | Introducing Travel Mode: Protect your data when crossing borders
"Travel Mode is a new feature we’re making available to everyone with a 1Password membership. It protects your 1Password data from unwarranted searches when you travel. When you turn on Travel Mode, every vault will be removed from your devices except for the ones marked “safe for travel.” All it takes is a single click to travel with confidence."
security  passwords  features  dopost 
4 weeks ago
Atomic Design by Brad Frost
"Atomic Design details all that goes into creating and maintaining robust design systems, allowing you to roll out higher quality, more consistent UIs faster than ever before. This book introduces a methodology for thinking of our UIs as thoughtful hierarchies, discusses the qualities of effective pattern libraries, and showcases techniques to transform your team's design and development workflow."
book  design  user_interfaces 
5 weeks ago
An AI invented a bunch of new paint colours that are hilariously wrong | Ars Technica UK
"Shane decided to train a neural network to generate new paint colors, complete with appropriate names. The results are possibly the greatest work of artificial intelligence I've seen to date."
artificial_intelligence  humour  colour  names  dopost 
5 weeks ago
UK government, NHS and Windows XP support - what really happened - Computer Weekly Editor's Blog
"The XP support deal has even become a political issue, with Labour criticising the Conservatives for “cancelling” support for XP. The truth is very different, and sheds light on the deep organisational and structural issues within NHS IT that made a cyber attack on this scale inevitable."
nhs  windows_xp  security  malware  gds  contracts  dopost 
5 weeks ago
How Richard Spencer Became an Icon for White Supremacists - The Atlantic
"Richard Spencer is a troll and an icon for white supremacists. He was also my high-school classmate."
racism  facism  usa  interview  politics 
6 weeks ago
How to Accidentally Stop a Global Cyber Attacks | MalwareTech
"So finally I’ve found enough time between emails and Skype calls to write up on the crazy events which occurred over Friday, which was supposed to be part of my week off (I made it a total of 4 days without working, so there’s that). You’ve probably read about the WannaCrypt fiasco on several news sites, but I figured I’d tell my story."
security  malware  ransomware  nhs  dopost 
6 weeks ago
The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked | Technology | The Guardian
"There are three strands to this story. How the foundations of an authoritarian surveillance state are being laid in the US. How British democracy was subverted through a covert, far-reaching plan of coordination enabled by a US billionaire. And how we are in the midst of a massive land grab for power by billionaires via our data. Data which is being silently amassed, harvested and stored. Whoever owns this data owns the future."
cambridge_analytica  surveillance  democracy  psychology  politics  data  dopost  russia  brexit  elections 
7 weeks ago
How to adjust the gears on your bike - BikeRadar
"Indexing gears, setting derailleur limits and replacing a rear derailleur explained"
cycling  advice 
7 weeks ago
The hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips is worse than anyone thought | Ars Technica UK
"A remote hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips for seven years was more severe than many people imagined... In the meantime, Intel is urging customers to download and run this discovery tool to diagnose potentially vulnerable computers."
intel  security  networking  dopost 
7 weeks ago
The six Brexit traps that will defeat Theresa May | Politics | The Guardian
"For all their concerns with rules, treaties, processes, competitiveness, freedom of movement, terrorism etc, only one prospect truly terrifies the EU’s deep establishment: democracy. They speak in its name to exorcise it, and suppress it by six innovative tactics, as May is about to discover."
brexit  advice  greece  negotiation  eu  politics 
7 weeks ago
Recognition primed decision - Wikipedia
"Recognition-primed decision (RPD) is a model of how people make quick, effective decisions when faced with complex situations. In this model, the decision maker is assumed to generate a possible course of action, compare it to the constraints imposed by the situation, and select the first course of action that is not rejected."
psychology  decision_making  dopost 
7 weeks ago
Same Stats, Different Graphs: Generating Datasets with Varied Appearance and Identical Statistics through Simulated Annealing | Autodesk Research
"These 13 datasets (the Datasaurus, plus 12 others) each have the same summary statistics (x/y mean, x/y standard deviation, and Pearson's correlation) to two decimal places, while being drastically different in appearance. This work describes the technique we developed to create this dataset, and others like it."
statistics  visualisation  data  dopost 
7 weeks ago
Meet Greyhound.com, the site that doesn’t allow password changes | Ars Technica UK
"The site allows passwords as short as four characters—including 1234. And when a user forgets a password, Greyhound.com will send the plaintext of the PIN or password in e-mail, an indication that the site isn't using any sort of cryptographic hashing to protect user passwords in the event that Greyhound's database is ever breached. Worst of all: Greyhound.com provides no mechanism for changing a password."
security  failure  passwords  dopost 
8 weeks ago
A VPN will not save you from government surveillance | ZDNet
"Late on Friday afternoon, the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police waltzed out in front of the microphones and admitted that his agency had misused the metadata that the nation's telecommunication companies are forced to store."
australia  security  telcos  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Nomx, the "most secure" email service, can be easily hacked, say researchers | ZDNet
"It would be very easy to conclude that this is a scam. The device is running standard mail server software running on a Raspberry Pi, most of which is outdated. They have presented at countless tech shows and can be constantly found making bold statements of "absolute security" yet didn't pick up a CSRF vulnerability in their web interface."
security  email  hardware  dopost  research 
8 weeks ago
The secret lives of Google raters | Ars Technica UK
"Raters are encouraged to take weekly quizzes to keep up to date with changes and to make sure their task responses are in line with other raters. They say they are not paid for this re-training or testing, even though it can take a few hours every week."
google  work  jobs  employment  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Commercial and contract management: insights and emerging best practice - National Audit Office (NAO)
"This interactive publication draws on our audits of government contracts and engagement with government to provide practitioners with insights on the new, emerging higher standard for government contracting."
risk_management  contracts  public_sector  advice  pdf  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Google's Classroom is open to anyone with an urge to teach
"Starting today, any Google Classroom user will be able to create their own classes. Working as an app or via desktop, what started as merely a service to organize coursework now lets users share their own wisdom. Previously, in order to create and attend classes you'd need a G Suite for Education account, now anyone with a Google account can enjoy its benefits."
google  education  launch  dopost 
8 weeks ago
DevOps on Windows Hosted Roundtable - Skelton Thatcher Consulting
"Last night, our partners The Scale Factory hosted a roundtable discussion on the subject of DevOps on Windows. [...] The discussions were under Chatham House Rule and as such no attributions will be made in this post."
devops  windows  continuous_integration  tools  dopost 
8 weeks ago
Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing
"Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing. Henry Segerman. This is the companion website for a popular mathematics book. Click around to explore figures from the book!"
maths  3d  3d_printing  dopost 
9 weeks ago
xkcd: Survivorship Bias
"Every inspirational speech by someone successful should have to start with a disclaimer about survivorship bias."
cartoon  humour  statistics  cognitive_bias  dopost  psychology 
9 weeks ago
Windows bug used to spread Stuxnet remains world’s most exploited | Ars Technica UK
"One of the Microsoft Windows vulnerabilities used to spread the Stuxnet worm that targeted Iran remained the most widely exploited software bug in 2015 and 2016 even though the bug was patched years earlier, according to a report published by antivirus provider Kaspersky Lab."
stuxnet  malware  windows  usb  dopost 
9 weeks ago
GoPro's Fusion spherical camera is six GoPros in one
"GoPro has taken the wraps off a spherical camera called Fusion hot on the heels of Facebook's 360-degree camera launch. Unlike the brand's other action cams, Fusion is a spherical device that can capture 5.2K resolution VR and non-VR videos and photos."
camera  gopro  launch  dopost  hardware 
9 weeks ago
Salesforce CEO Slams 'The World's Dumbest Idea': Maximizing Shareholder Value
"This week, Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO of Salesforce [CRM] joined these CEOs and declared in an article in the Huffington Post that this still-pervasive business theory is “wrong. The business of business isn't just about creating profits for shareholders -- it's also about improving the state of the world and driving stakeholder value.”"
finance  business  salesforce.com  investment  dopost 
9 weeks ago
The Tao of Programming
"Thus spake the Master Programmer: Though a program be but three lines long, someday it will have to be maintained."
programming  philosophy  humour  dopost 
9 weeks ago
3D Hubs: Browse Online 3D Printing Services
"Find a 3D printing service and get your parts in 48 hours"
3d_printing  shopping 
10 weeks ago
Surface Pro 3 Camera Blocker by iAce - Thingiverse
"I made this to have something that can block the front and back cameras of my MS Surface Pro 3. It fits perfectly snug onto the tablet so it won't ever slide or fall off."
shopping  laptops  security  microsoft_surface 
11 weeks ago
Surface Pro 3 Privacy Shield by sodacan - Thingiverse
"Simple object to block Surface Pro 3 camera. Slide the object to select which camera to block or scale the object before printing to make it wide enough to block both cameras at the same time."
shopping  laptops  security  microsoft_surface 
11 weeks ago
Surface Pro 4 Privacy Screen by Nlit3n - Thingiverse
"This is a privacy screen for a Surface Pro 4. The screen is wide enough to cover both the front and back cameras. The screen can slide over to quickly expose cameras as needed. I made the front thick enough that logo could be added to it."
shopping  laptops  security  microsoft_surface 
11 weeks ago
Insight Maker | Free Simulation and Modeling in your Browser
"Insight Maker lets you express your thoughts using rich pictures and causal loop diagrams. It then lets you turn these diagrams into powerful simulation models. All this happens right in your browser, for free."
tool  systems_thinking  system_dynamics  simulation  dopost 
11 weeks ago
Complexity Academy – The World Of Complex Systems
"Welcome to the internet’s most extensive resource on
complex systems"
systems_thinking  reference  education  complexity 
11 weeks ago
Putin Is Soft on Terrorism | Foreign Policy
"Since the 9/11 attacks, the Kremlin has endeavored to use the mutual desire to fight terrorism as a foundation for restored relations with Washington. [...] the idea that “terrorism” is the top threat to America, rather than Russia."
terrorism  usa  russia  politics 
11 weeks ago
President Trump delivers final blow to Web-browsing privacy rules in the US | Ars Technica UK
"Trump's action also "eliminates the requirement that broadband providers notify their customers of any hacking or security breaches.""
isps  usa  donald_trump  dopost  privacy  security 
12 weeks ago
Russian hackers targeted Clinton's email before the elections
"The DNC hack can be compared to a carefully executed physical break-in in which the intruders used uniquely identical listening devices; uniquely identical envelopes to carry the stolen files past security; and uniquely identical getaway vehicles."
hillary_clinton  security  election  hacking  russia  dopost 
12 weeks ago
The OldWood Thing: Stand-Up and Deliver
“I visited the opticians the other day after I started seeing printers, keyboards and mice out the corner of my eye. She said it’s okay, it’s just peripheral vision.” And many more
humour  agile  technology  conference  dopost 
12 weeks ago
Retromat - Inspiration & plans for (agile) retrospectives
"Planning your next agile retrospective? Start with a random plan, change it to fit the team's situation, print it and share the URL. Or browse around for new ideas!"
tool  retrospectives  dopost  agile 
12 weeks ago
Experiencing flow, enjoyment and risk in skydiving and climbing : Sussex Research Online
"This article brings together findings from two separate ethnographic studies that explore the motivations, behaviours and experiences of those who voluntarily engage in high-risk activities."
risk  sport  skydiving  climbing  dopost 
march 2017
Reproducible Analytical Pipeline | Data at GDS
"With open source software becoming more widely used, there’s now a range of tools and techniques that can be used to reduce production time, whilst maintaining and even improving the quality of the [statistical] publications. This post is about these techniques: what they are, and how we can use them."
tools  statistics  open_source  gds 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
WhatUsersDo | Usability and User Testing
"Our platform helps you understand how your customers engage with your website or product"
user_testing  user_research  testing 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
march 2017
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 
february 2017
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