Category: Daily

Links: 2014-07-31

Links: 2014-07-31

FYI: After the tech links, there is at least one link in this lot that I do not endorse but do think is required reading. Android crypto blunder exposes users to highly privileged malware | Ars Technica Tor received $1.8 million in US federal funds last year, while the NSA tried to crack it | The Verge Twitter’s Big Second […]

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Links: 2014-07-30

Links: 2014-07-30

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Links: 2014-07-29

Links: 2014-07-29

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Links: 2014-07-28

Links: 2014-07-28

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Links: 2014-07-25

Links: 2014-07-25

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Links: 2014-07-24

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Links: 2014-07-23

Links: 2014-07-23

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Links: 2014-07-22

Links: 2014-07-22

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Links: 2014-07-21

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Links: 2014-07-17

Links: 2014-07-17

How Russian Hackers Stole the Nasdaq – Businessweek Here’s why your Comcast rep is yelling at you | The Verge Popular Bitcoin Mining Pool Promises To Restrict Its Compute Power To Prevent Feared Fiasco | TechCrunch Netflix to FCC: reclassify Comcast and Verizon so they can’t choke the internet As more cheap Android handsets flood the market, Google Play app […]

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Links: 2014-07-15

Links: 2014-07-15

Miami, the great world city, is drowning while the powers that be look away | World news | The Observer UK wages can’t rise unless we solve the productivity puzzle | Business | theguardian.com The Good, the Bad and the Ugly | Capital City | IFRe A Day in the Life of a Chinese Worker in Iraq – Jean-Claude Juncker […]

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Links: 2014-07-14

Links: 2014-07-14

Thirty links today instead of twenty The Password Is Finally Dying. Here’s Mine – WSJ Bank for International Settlements fears fresh Lehman crisis from worldwide debt surge – Telegraph Euro-Zone Industrial Production Slumped in May – WSJ A farewell to trust: Obama’s Germany syndrome – FT.com Bruised and grumbling, foreign banks bend to US rules | Capital City | IFRe […]

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