How Hackers Hid a Money-Mining Botnet in Amazon’s Cloud | Threat Level | WIRED. It makes perfect sense that hackers would steal others resources to help them steal. I wonder when companies will learn to be careful with their resources?
The Pleasure of Finding Things Out: The Best Short Works of Richard P. Feynman (Helix Books): Richard P. Feynman, Jeffrey Robbins: 9780465023950: Amazon.com: Books. So I watched a video of this and it was more fun than reading this book. You have to have some science knowledge to read this, ideally understand a little of physics or it will make no sense. He was a character, but you also get the sense that he was rather boring as a person.
Brains on Fire: Igniting Powerful, Sustainable, Word of Mouth Movements: Robbin Phillips, Greg Cordell, Geno Church, Spike Jones: 9780470614181: Amazon.com: Books. Avoid. I thought what was said here was not original and too wordy. While it has some interesting ideas, it is too focused on the advertising/marketing culture and you feel like a foreigner right away.
Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block – StumbleUpon. Having privacy online is like wack a mole. You protect yourself from cookies with AdBlock, and now you have to worry about fingerprinting. You should get permission from people to do something rather than expect the person to download a cookie to not even stop the flow of information but just have a companies promise.
Amazon.com: The Dictionary of Concise Writing: 10,000 Alternatives to Wordy Phrases (9780966517668): Robert Hartwell Fiske, Richard Lederer: Books. I have been told that I am wordy. I thought this book is excellent. It has some great general pointers, and then lists every phrase and its replacement. The sign of an intelligent person is that he is understood.