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Hacking for Mischief, Mayhem and Pranking

Last weekend in Dallas the evening calm was shattered by the wail of 156 tornado warning sirens sounding at once. Attempts to turn off individual sirens failed and after 95 minutes of the din, officials mercifully shut down the entire system in a final, desperate act of

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Cybercrime and Punishment: Who’s Actually Paying the Price?

It seems that a week doesn’t go by where there isn’t news of a major data breach or intelligence dump. Yesterday gave us something slightly different, but still a variation on the same theme. On Wednesday March 15, 2017 the Justice Department indicted four defendants – all

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Harassment in IT: Are things any better 40 years later?

Several high-profile sexual harassment cases in recent years serve as a reminder how far the tech industry has yet to advance with regard to the fair treatment of women in the workplace. Truth be told, it’s a pervasive problem in our culture that extends well beyond the

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Android Development – These are the droids you’re looking for …

Android Development – These are the droids you’re looking for …

Android is the Google platform billions of people use on their smartphones.  The origins of Android began in 2006, around the same time that Apple denied it was creating the now ever-popular iPhone. Compact laptops were the hot new item and the tablets of the day looked

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This Day in History: Famous Firsts that Impacted the World

This Day in History: Famous Firsts that Impacted the World

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Making in impact in one person’s life isn’t difficult, but what about impacting the world? What does it take to have a monumental effect on people? Some may say that kinds words, a new thought/idea, research, greater insight, or even more drastic

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This Day in History: Communication Methods & Technology

This Day in History: Communication Methods & Technology

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes This week’s history lesson is about communication methods. Let’s start with something that practically everyone uses, the telephone. Invented and patented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell, the telephone has since become a part of our daily lives. I’m almost certain that

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This Day in History: What makes the world go ’round?

This Day in History: What makes the world go ’round?

  Have you ever stopped to think about historic events or “history” as a whole? It can be overwhelming to realize that so much happens every day. If you think harder, there are 24 hours in a day [duh] (that’s 1440 minutes if you want to get specific),

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Today’s History: Microsoft’s Unveiling and Duoscopic TV

Today’s History: Microsoft’s Unveiling and Duoscopic TV

Every day holds significance to someone, but today is special to us because of Microsoft. Founded in 1975, Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services and Internet technologies for personal and business computing. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to empower

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