Weekly Web Harvest for 2019-05-19
- This Dude Is Selling a Virus-Infested Laptop For $1.2 Million
All together, the six pieces of malware — ILOVEYOU, MyDoom, SoBig, WannaCry, DarkTequila, and BlackEnergy — have caused $95 billion dollars in damages worldwide, attacking millions of users and targeting banks, government institutions, and average people.
- bio render
nice tool/icon libraries for constructing biology related images
- A Field Guide to ‘jobs that don’t exist yet’ – Long View on Education
Very solid post.
I need to do some redemption work for promoting aspects of this in my past.
iTunes’ Terms And Conditions Turned Into A Satirical Graphic Novel “Terms and Conditions: A Graphic Novel” is the word-for-word 94-page adaptation which puts Steve Jobs at the centerstage as he recites the legal agreement. Every page is drawn in a different style, paying homage to classics like Garfield, The Simpsons, Wonder Woman, Tintin or Peanuts among others. Desperate John Deere tractor owners are downloading illegal Ukrainian firmware hacks to get the crops in / Boing Boing John Deere is notorious for arguing that farmers who buy its tractors actually “license” them because Deere still owns the copyright to the tractors’ software; in 2015, the US Copyright Office affirmed that farmers were allowed to jailbreak their tractors to effect repairs and modifications. Instead of Checking Social Media, I Eat a Bag of Nails – McSweeney’s Internet Tendency It was then when a light went on in my head. Ever since, any time I get the urge to check social media I eat a bag of nails instead…. and I haven’t felt this good in months! Tracking Transience v2.2 self tracking next level GitHub’s new Balanced Employee IP Agreement (BEIPA) lets workers keep the IP when they use company resources for personal projects — Quartz Today the code-sharing platform announced a new policy, the Balanced Employee IP Agreement (BEIPA). This allows its […]