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Here I try to share some of the tools that I have picked up over the years that.
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There is really only one Big Tech monopoly that I actively worry about. It’s not Amazon, Facebook or Apple, though they are all extremely dominant in their respective fields and do act in anti-competitive ways that merit regulatory remedy.
Want to steal some Bitcoin? All you need to do is find your victim’s 16-character public key and calculate their private key by solving something called an “elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem.
At the Black Hat security conference today in Las Vegas, Santamarta, a researcher for security firm IOActive, plans to present his findings, including the details of multiple serious security flaws in the code for a component of the 787 known as a Crew Information Service/Maintenance System.
On August 14th, The We Company (the company formerly known as WeWork) filed its mandatory S-1 paperwork to go public, and it’s worth reading in full. I mean, forget the serious stuff for a moment.
This was one of those movies I had no idea what it was about. The story is about a guy who works as a telemarketer and his rise within the organisation and what sacrifices and awards he picks up whilst on his way up. That sounds pretty standard, but this movie has a fresh approach, […]
By: Larry CorreiaNarrated by Adam Baldwin This is another gem that I did not think I would like as much as I do. The book is funny, and you never quite know what is going to happen yet, but chances are it will end up amusing even when bad things occur. Imagine that there are almost […]
By: Alexander C. Kane Writing a second book after such a successful debut is frightening for most authors. Some manage some do not. Alexander C. Kane did a great job with this follow up. The storyline is again very inventive, and a lot of absurd and whacky situations happens all throughout the book. I don’t […]
By: Alexander C. Kane This one I got almost by accident but what a gem it turned out to be. This is both funny and imaginative. Who would have thought that anybody could come up with a good spin on superheroes that isn’t already done to death? This is a truly remarkable debut book. At […]
By Neal Stephenson This book was a slough to get through. The hardest I have had with a book in a long time. The book starts with a bit of near future science fiction, and that is my favorite part. I do like the idea to explore how do humans who have had their brains […]