Polarr is a very powerful photo editing tool for iOS and Mac. I was turned on to it by a friend that is a much better photography than I am but I still use it occasionally. Polarr for Mac is on sale right now for $3.
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This week’s Nerds on Draft welcomes our first guest and of course that person is my old Technical Difficulties co-host Erik Hess. Erik talks about how he built a daddy-bot as a way to connect with his family while deployed overseas for a year. We all had a few ...
Quincy Larson has a pretty reasonable approach to encrypting your data:
And when I use the terms “private” or “secure”, I mean reasonably so. The reality is that — as long as humans are involved — no system will ever be 100% private or 100% secure.
His list is short and pretty ...
I know many people that are fascinated by the hack of San Francisco's MUNI. I'm far more fascinated by the white-hat battles against the hacker, which may have resulted in breaching the miscreant's email accounts. From Brian Krebs:
On Monday, KrebsOnSecurity was contacted by a security researcher ...
Brian Krebs continues to follow the analysis of the biggest Botnet attacks the world has ever seen.
Tell me this doesn't sound like a William Gibson plot writing itself:
“This is an interesting development because a lot of the response to Mirai lately has been to find a Mirai ...
Sam Harris has an excellent and deeply intellectual podcast. This week's episode features an interview with Professor Stuart Russell about the current and future state of A.I. and it's potential impact on society.
Derek Lowe writing at Science:
One way to deal with such nonsense is to go after it head-on, pulling up evidence to show that no, these things don’t appear to be true, and here are a bunch of quite plausible reasons why they’re not. If someone is wavering ...
Akamai was the DDoS protection service used by security researcher Brian Krebs. At least until last September when they couldn’t offer pro-bono protection under the weight of new massive attacks.
As detailed here in several previous posts, KrebsOnSecurity.com was ...
One of my biggest concerns about Apple reducing their commitment to Mac automation is that we will no longer get these fabulous posts by Dr. Drang.
I recently enjoyed a new form of spam: iCloud calendar spam. No, it wasn’t a calendar invitation attached to an email. It appears to be from a source other than email.
Here’s the fact pattern:
A new event alarm was created in my primary iCloud calendar without my ...
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