Anastasia Bernoulli: We have reluctantly reached a station in life and in society, such that when we speak, people tend to listen, and when we show up on a project site, or to a seminar, or a community outreach event, people ask us the questions everyone wants answers to.
Kate Harveston: With so much changing for American businesses, it’s only natural to think that significant changes in the political atmosphere would coincide. So, what were the political effects of the Industrial Revolution?
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Mian Azhar: Setting intellectual property rights or claiming a patent for a new invention can be a long, expensive process that most startups just don´t have the time or money to oversee.
Mian Azhar: ESTA isn’t supposed to prevent trade or tourism. Instead, it looks to sift through those individuals who seem to represent danger in the US country.
Betsy Cooper: Unlike “information-gathering” hacks (where data is stolen because it is valuable) or “hold hostage” attacks (when data is imprisoned until someone pays to release it), “manipulation hacks” are hard to detect: They result when individuals (or bots) illegally change vital information below the threshold of attention.
just watched “The Circle”, a thriller about a computer company which uses internet connectedness to eradicate privacy in the name of “transparency” and “democracy”. The film is fictional, but the conflict between privacy and internet capitalism is real. The giants of the computer world routinely collect as much information as they can about people who […]
Shawn Hamilton: I passed a bus enclosure near the campus one day and saw five people, presumably students, all perched like birds on a wire, uniformly staring at a fixed point near their knees as they cradled their cherished screens.
Mel Gurtov: We’re all in a bitter struggle to preserve our freedom of thought and movement against the rising tide of security-firsters who will forever contend that sacrificing our privacy is necessary. Apple Encryption
Larry Wines: They kept telling us, for a long time, that we shouldn’t worry about not making anything in America anymore, because we could all have jobs in the ever-expanding “services-based economy.”
Randy Shaw: Once upon a time not so long ago, the best minds of the younger generation left college to join nonprofit organizations working to improve communities, nations and the world. Today, the idealistic techie hipster is heading toward tech.
Atomic Fart: Anyone can secretly place the iPhone near an unsuspecting nebbish, quickly move to the other side of the room, and then wait.
Claude Fischer: Some interesting and perhaps unexpected findings are coming out of research into the sociology of cell phones. One finding is that, however cell phone obsessed we think we are … um, did I just hear a buzz? Is that for me? … Americans are mobile laggards.