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Friday September 17, 2021. 08:00 PM
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan signaled changes are on the way in how the agency scrutinizes acquisitions after revealing the results of a study of a decade's worth of Big Tech company deals that weren't reported to the agency. From a report: Tech's business...
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Episode 32: Semperis’s Mickey Bresman: How to Secure Your Active Directory Mickey Bresman, Co-founder and CEO of Semperis, provides three tips for securing your Active Directory against cyberthreats. Episode 31: Veritas’s Simon Jelley: How to Guard Against Ransomware...
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'If you don't get your timing right you get whacked round the back of the head' admits scrappy octogenarian An 80-year-old Lancashire grandfather has gone viral on TikTok and Instagram in a video featuring him squaring off with a sparring aid for boxers.…
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It’s iPhone 13 pre-order day and some of Apple’s most loyal customers are reportedly suffering issues in a somewhat unlikely manner. Those attempting to secure their new iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro handset – which is released a week from today – have had problems checking...
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From shelves that can't manage to stay level to weeds that grow faster than your beard, there are lots of things to tend to around the house these days. And if your tool arsenal is looking a little sparse, GardenJoy has some great tools that can really save the day. — Read...
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It would appear that an impressive number of Los Angeles Police Department employees are seeking religious exemptions from vaccination for COVID-19. While the City of Los Angeles has mandated vaccines for all employees, The Los Angeles Times reports that nearly 2600 LAPD...
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The Peanut Vendor is a charming and unintentionally terrifying animation from 1933. This black and white, two-minute short, features a creepy monkey puppet who sings a song about the 'peanut vendor.' One of the things that makes this puppet so eerie is its googly-eyes that...
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New insights into the end-Permian mass extinction 252 million years ago. From a report: The end-Permian mass extinction was a big deal. It was the largest mass extinction event ever and occurred 252 million years ago. A whopping 90 percent of all marine species and around 70 ...
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This adorable 1950s commercial  for Sugar Crisp Cereal surpasses the cuteness levels of any commercial on television today. It features three adorable bears who sing about the joys of sugar crisp cereal as old-timey music plays in the background. The commercial doesn't...
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This video for Japanese curry udon noodles calls for onions, garlic, spinach, spices, lotus roots, different kinds of mushrooms. The cook even makes the noodles by hand. It reminds me of a dish Link would make in Breath of the Wild. — Read the rest
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This video is incredible not only for the skill and patience it took to successfully set up 6,391 cereal-boxes, domino-style, at Long Beach Middle School in New York, but also for the sheer size and layout of the school's building where the stunt took place. — Read the rest
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Cosmologists have found signs that a second type of dark energy -- the ubiquitous but enigmatic substance that is pushing the current Universe's expansion to accelerate -- might have existed in the first 300,000 years after the Big Bang. From a report: Two separate studies...
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After five years at the Carencro, Louisianna Walmart, Beth McGrath got fed up with the working conditions at the store and aired her grievances over the PA system for all to hear. Her full rant: Attention Walmart shoppers and Associates. My name is Beth from electronics. —...
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Tells clients it is tackling the issue An IT recruitment agency says a 'phishing scam' is behind a fake email sent to its customers with details on how to apply for a 'Coronavirus Digital Passport.'…
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When an all-white Pennsylvania school board was asked why every book it unanimously banned was written by a non-white author, they said is was just a coincidence. The Central York School District baord also took umbrage at the word 'ban,' insisting the books were merely...
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Here's a post from Christian Schaller describing a number of the desktop-oriented improvements that can be expected in the Fedora 35 release. And I know some people will wonder why we spent so much time working with NVidia around their binary driver, but the reality is...
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Ariadne Conill looks at the difficulties caused by the OpenSSL 3 transition in the context of Alpine Linux. For distributions, however, the story is different: cryptography moved to using Rust, because they wanted to leverage all of the static analysis capabilities built...
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The Biden administration is preparing an array of actions, including sanctions [Editor's note: the link may be paywalled, alternative source], to make it harder for hackers to use digital currency to profit from ransomware attacks, WSJ reported Friday, citing people familiar ...
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In Niigata, Japan, artists create astounding creatures from rice straw, a byproduct of rice production. Called Wara Art, the sculptures are created in a collaboration between Niigata City residents and students from Musashino Art University. The Wara Art Festival is taking...
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Daryl Gregory's stories explore the many complexities of the human brain.
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