Weekly Web Harvest for 2016-09-25
- Size Matters – Futility Closet
Olives counting 120-135 olives per pound: Standard
Olives counting 105-120 olives per pound: Medium
Olives counting 90-105 olives per pound: Large
Olives counting 75-90 olives per pound: Extra Large
Olives counting 65-75 olives per pound: Mammoth
Olives counting 55-65 olives per pound: Colossal
Olives counting 45-55 olives per pound: Giant
Over the years they added Jumbo, Supercolossal, and Special Supercolossal. I
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This Is Almost Certainly James Comey’s Twitter Account Click through to the linked photo, and you’ll find that a well-wisher has left a comment in which none other than Brien Comey is tagged. Now, our FBI Director has trained his son well. His Instagram account is locked down. Instagram itself, however, offers a little loophole that is terrible for user privacy but wonderfully helpful for our purposes today. Are you searching for stolen US University email credentials? Search on the Dark WebSecurity Affairs Virginia Tech makes the list . . . “I’ve been scraping the Dark Web since 2009. There were 2.2 million .edu [emails] there back in 2015, 2.8 million in 2016, and now almost 14 million a year later. That’s a significant spike,” explained Brian Dunn, managing partner at ID Agent. There are people who spend their time yelling at the Mars Curiosity rover on Twitter | The Outline Despite all this, not everyone believes that Curiosity is actually on Mars. There is a not-insignificant number of people who yell at the Mars Curiosity rover on Twitter, accusing it of perpetuating a hoax. Education secretary criticizes professors as telling students ‘what to think’ “The faculty, from adjunct professors to deans, tell you what to do, what to say, and more ominously, what to think.” COTSBot – Robotics@QUT – Confluence […]