"Nine people connected to the 'Zeus' malware have been indicted, federal officials announced Friday as they declared the code 'one of the most damaging pieces of financial malware that has ever been used.'"
When Orphan Black premièred last year, I loved it. It was a quirky small little show with a cult following. Fellow geeks and nerds like me enjoyed it, and everyone else mostly just ignored it. Since then, its popularity has exploded. More and more people have found it and fallen in love with it.
And that's a good thing. Tatiana Maslany is an amazing actress. And she deserved an Oscar or Golden Globe for her portrayals of the clones. If they didn't all look a like (which of course would defeat the purpose of their being clones then) you would swear they are all played by different actresses. That's how good she truly is.
And it is almost back. Orphan Black is back April 19th. Until then, Alicia Lutes of the has summed up the entire first season very succinctly. You can find that below. What do you think? Have you watched the first season? Are you like me barely able to wait for the second season? Let me know in the comments below.
Some people even create accounts for their babies so they will have them when they are old enough. Who wants to be SarahJane2468 when they can just be SarahJane?
Great companies like even exist to help you register on all social media sites your name. This is really just more of a convenience then a cost.
No one knows how soon Facebook will fall. Few people predicted the crash of MySpace. When Google+ first started everyone thought it would fail. Look at it now.
It makes sense to at least register your name on all the major or up and coming social media sites, then when you need a presence there, you are ready to go.
At least, that's what I think. What do you think? What do you say ?
"A new FireEye report details the tactics used by threat actors to compromise organizations and steal data. It also highlights emerging global threat actors, their suspected motives, as well as the types of targets and information they are after."
Time was the United States ruled outer space. Fairly, but with relatively little challenge. It all started with the race to the moon. But those days are long gone now. Partly due to co-operation, innovation, competition, privatization, but mostly due to a lack of funding from the U.S.A. Government for NASA.
With little other choice, we've had to adapt. Satellites are now launched into space by Russian engines. Astronauts are delivered to the International Space Station by other countries. Until the various private space companies get faster, better, that's what we've had to do.
And that's been fine up to now, but with the recent troubles in the Crimea, this choice may no longer be available. National Security may in fact be at stake. So what do we do?
That's what this article from explores. The choices we face, the issue we've caused, and what we can do about it now. I'm all for innovation, entrepreneurship, re-developing, and inventing. And if that's what it takes, then go for it. But it may also mean re-investment, and make no mistake, every penny put into NASA's budget is an investment back in to our futures.
What do you say? Are you with me or does it cost to much money when we don't have enough left to spend?
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