IT in the D, Episode 41.
Another great episode, that wandered a bit, and yet hit on some great information for things in the area.
The National Day of Civic Hacking can be found at http://hackforchange.org/
– Target CEO out: http://money.cnn.com/
– The White House correspondents dinner. Anyone watch? Anyone care? http://www.cnn.com/2014/
– Netflix and Amazon prime announce “release dates” now? http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/
– EFF launches “privacy badger” for FF and Chome: https://www.eff.org/
– Foursquare splits into two apps – Foursquare and Swarm: http://www.
– “find my phone” apps lead to confrontations…is this REALLY a good idea? http://www.nytimes.com/
– Why does “Swipe” make as many as 4,000 location requests every day? http://forum.swype.com/
– Microsoft is fixing that security hole in XP after all: http://www.extremetech.
– Osama Bin Laden whacked 3 years ago today. Catching up with the guy who live-tweeted it all: http://www.networkworld.
– Is the DOJ’s “operation choke point” forcing banks to shut down accounts belonging to pr0n stars, escort services, dating services, ammunition sales, etc.? http://reason.com/blog/
– The price you pay to stream a movie will depend on your screen size… http://variety.com/