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A programmer figured out how to automate his job and work 2 hours a week - but he's not sure it's ethical
1 month ago
Over the past week, programmers have been having a huge discussion on the ethics of secretly automating their jobs, after one of them posted a question about it on Stack...
The tragedy of FireWire: Collaborative tech torpedoed by corporations
2 months ago
The rise and fall of FireWire—IEEE 1394, an interface standard boasting high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data transfer—is one of the most tragic tales in the history of computer technology....
How I learned to stop worrying (mostly) and love my threat model - Sean Gallagher on I.T. security
Posted 1 month ago
Reducing privacy and security risks starts with knowing what the threats really are. have a healthy level of paranoia given the territory I inhabit. When you write things about hackers...
Posted 2 years ago
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