Passwords. The keys to verify your credentials on every single online platform that you use. With the multitude of social media accounts, online services, email addresses, banking logins and more, it is entirely likely that you may find remembering multiple passwords (a good security practice) to be, overwhelming.
If you’re an everyday user of the Internet frequenting several websites that seek credentials, you are likely to be using a password manager, or an encrypted password vault that stores your passwords. Password managers are a no-brainer solution in this day of mandatory form-filling and entering credentials. They are now available as [...]
Human engineering is often seen as the pinnacle for technological achievement, be it the wheel, the steam engine or the space rocket. Human-engineering has also come a long way, especially in recent times. While the reality of fiction such as RoboCop is still beyond this present time, significant strides are currently being made in the field of understanding biomechanics and developing robotic biomechanics.
Research and innovation are key ingredients in innovative breakthroughs with key life-enriching applications that science and technology can bring to our lives. For instance, it was due to the endeavors of Gavriil Ilizarov, the Soviet doctor who developed the Illizarov [...]
E.T. Brooking’s wrote for Foreign Policy what Ghost Security Group executive director, DigitalShadow, calls “a very accurate reflection of our operations against extremism.”
In that article, the author details the Alice In Wonderland world in which hacktivists team up with national law enforcement agencies against the Islamic State.
It’s counter-intuitive, but it is so. Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction. One such hacktivist compiled a database of 26,000 Islamic State-affiliated Twitter accounts and even built a website to host the list so anybody could see it. The hacktivist, who goes by the pseudonym “XRSone,” essentially became the de-facto spokesman for [...]
Broke-Ass Stuart has basically been it all. “Travel Writer. TV Host. Poet. A Motherfucking Hustler.”
He’s written three books on how to live inexpensively. Stuart had his own travel TV show on IFC called Young, Broke & Beautiful, and his work has appeared in Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveler, US Airways Magazine, 7×7, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Bold Italic and others. His motto of sorts is, “What makes life interesting is not the things that you own, but the shit that you do.”
He arrived in the Bay Area by way of the University of Santa Cruz. “The next step was come here and move on up the coast, and so I did. I felt in love with the city,” he [...]