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Sciencetext Tech Talk is the technology sibling of David Bradley's Sciencebase Science Blog. In it he discusses and reports on the tech side of research, including privacy issues, the science of social networking and social media and much more.
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It is Holocaust Memorial Day – 27th January. 70 years since the Soviet liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. The word “holocaust” has become synonymous with the genocide of millions under the Third Reich. The etymology of the word itself is interesting. From etymonline.com: In the mid-13th Century, holocaust meant to “sacrifice by fire”, […]Related Posts:Could you backup all your files using flickrPassphrases versus passwordsEasily […]
We are forever bombarded with advice on how to make strong passwords, there are endless schemes. The crackers and hackers know about all of these schemes. They have huge lists of leaked passwords, alphanumeric combinations of various sorts and certainly all the words in all the dictionaries. Today, our local law enforcers sent out some […]Related Posts:Cracking passwordsChange your LinkedIn password nowLastpass pronounceable passwordsPassphrases versus passwordsmy1login – making […]
ProtonMail was created in response to the 2013 disclosure of global surveillance and interception of email by the NSA, GCHQ etc by Edward Snowden. Think of it like a Swiss bank account but for your email. It’s free, web-based and encrypted client side (you need two passwords, one to access the system and one to […]Related Posts:Backup your email for easier searching15 useful email addresses to knowSkyDrive storage space land grab for grandfathersNoPassword5 reasons not to […]
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