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Bill Genereux

How net neutrality fight may change your internet - CNN.com - 0 views

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    (CNN) -- How would you like to have to pay a fee to be able to stream YouTube videos at full speed? What if you liked downloading music from, say, Last.fm or Soundcloud, but those sites suddenly became infinitely slower than bigger sites like Amazon or iTunes?
Nick Meyer

How Cryptocurrency, Crowdfunding And A Little Internet Altruism Saved Jamaica's Hopes F... - 1 views

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    Just in case you missed it, a heart-warming story unfolded this week involving an unlikely combination of bobsled, Jamaica, virtual currency, crowdfunding and generosity. It has all the makings of an inspiring Disney movie - er, an inspiring Disney sequel.
Trevor Witt

The Target Breach: Another PR blow for antivirus software - 0 views

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    I posted a blog earlier this week on the endpoint security market transition that ESG anticipates in 2014. ESG research already indicates that change is in the air --62% of security professionals working at enterprise organizations (i.e.
Alex Kijowski

Two-thirds of Americans surf the Web at less than 10Mbps - 0 views

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    Despite Internet speed improvements in nearly every state, most US residents are still surfing the Web at less than 10Mbps, according to Akamai's latest State of the Internet Report.
Ethan Delker

How Marshall Rose is building the home of the future - 1 views

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    This article is about having a device that can control all of your "The Things" in your home that are linked to your network.
Bill Genereux

Court strikes down net neutrality rules - 0 views

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    Verizon brought the case in which a court ruled against the FCC's net neutrality rules. A federal appeals court has struck down Federal Communications Commission rules that prohibit Internet service providers (ISPs) from restricting access to legal Web content.
kuhlmanbraden

Online Social Networking Dangers and Benefits - 0 views

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    Online Social Networking Dangers and Benefits Social Networking Site Dangers Because students often post detailed and specific information on Facebook (including phone numbers, addresses, class schedules, social plans, etc.) you can be more easily stalked by strangers (or even acquaintances). Identity theft can also be a significant risk of social networking.
Elena A

Laws of Physics Say Quantum Cryptography Is Unhackable. It's Not - 0 views

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    In the never-ending arms race between secret-keepers and code-breakers, the laws of quantum mechanics seemed to have the potential to give secret-keepers the upper hand. A technique called quantum cryptography can, in principle, allow you to encrypt a message in such a way that it would never be read by anyone whose eyes it isn't for.
Adam Jantz

Google Fiber: Why you need to get online 100 times faster - 0 views

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    Google Fiber offers gigabit Internet access -- speeds 100 times faster than national averages -- for just $70 per month.Google I've seen the future. It's called gigabit Internet by Google Fiber, and it just launched in my hometown of Provo, Utah, the second of three scheduled cities to get speeds that are 100 times faster than the rest of America.
Bill Genereux

Snapchat images that have "disappeared forever" stay right on your phone… | N... - 1 views

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    forensic analysis of Snapchat claims of privacy & file deletion
Bill Genereux

Steve Wozniak in 1984 - 0 views

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    Rare video of Steve Wozniak
Bill Genereux

UCLA's Leonard Kleinrock displays Internet's first router - YouTube - 0 views

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    Leonard Kleinrock show very first internet router
Bill Genereux

Stocks Plunge, Quickly Recover, on Fake Tweet - MoneyBeat - WSJ - 0 views

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    Stock market reacts to fake Twitter tweet by a hacked Associated Press account.
Bill Genereux

Bookmarklet to Directly Download Videos from YouTube, DailyMotion, Facebook, Vimeo, and... - 0 views

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    Bookmarklet for video downloading from YouTube
Bill Genereux

True Films: The Man Who Wanted to Classify the World - 0 views

  • This connection would be unaffected by distance...and would become an annex to the brain, a sort of appended exodermic organ.
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    Otlet envisions what would become the Internet
Bill Genereux

Entries tagged internet | World Science Festival - 0 views

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    "There and Back Again: A Packet's Tale. How Does the Internet Work?"
Bill Genereux

World Science Festival | May 29 - June 2, 2013 - 0 views

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    A very good overview of how the internet works
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