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A blogger for Philadelphia's premier e-magazine has come up with a foolproof way of ensuring her family gets fed this Christmas: She's offering to promote one lucky area restaurant in exchange for "an amazing night dining out" free of charge.
★★★☆☆Recognised for her work as a multimedia artist and candid photographer of A-list celebrities, Deborah Anderson follows up her renowned art books Room 23 and Paper Thin with her first feature documentary: the intimate, provocative Aroused (2013), an inquisitive study of a selection of women in t
Japan's involvement and subsequent denial in its atrocities of World War II has always been a difficult point to convey. The Railway Man, which is based on the incredible true account of soldier Eric Lomax, attempts to tell this story...
Dave Engberg knows a lot about security. Before he took the CTO spot at Evernote, he designed and developed credential validation systems for the U.S. government. If anyone in Silicon Valley knows the value of secure access and keeping information safe, it’s him. Especially now, with publications like TechCrunch reporting breaches and attacks as soon as they happen, these types of events can crush a startup’s potential, especially if they are mishandled. Yet many companies don’t start thinking about building defenses until it’s way too late. After observing his fair share of incidents, and experiencing one firsthand earlier this year, Engberg wondered why there wasn’t a comprehensive guide for how startups should approach security at every stage — starting at the earliest. With this in mind, he gave an exclusive talk at the recent First Round CTO Summit about security and the right way for growing startups to stay safe without needlessly expending valuable resources.
The Abbott government will soon release its terms of reference for another Renewable Energy Target review says the Australian Solar Council. Given the general vibe; it doesn't bode well for remaining small scale solar subsidies.
Looking up into the night sky, you wouldn’t think that the color of the universe is beige, or “cosmic latte,” as a group of scientists from Johns Hopkins University has dubbed it. But then again, looking at Andy Boot’s new sculptural installation, you wouldn’t think that the exhibition has...