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Doug Vanderweide
Works at Morning Sentinel
Attended University of Maine, Orono, ME
Lives in Augusta, ME
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  • Morning Sentinel
    Web editor, 2012 - present
  • Kennebec Journal
    Web editor, 2012 - present
  • Rescue-ME
    Web programmer and consultant, 2012
  • Star Herald, Presque Isle, ME
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  • Morning Sentinel, Waterville, ME
    Editorial Page Editor
  • Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME
    Reporter
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Problem solver. Raconteur. Polemic. Ongoing project in awesomeness.
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  • University of Maine, Orono, ME
    Broadcast Journalism
  • Cony High School, Augusta, ME
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The English version of Wikipedia will join reddit in going dark on Wednesday to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act. Wiki

Developers discover hidden panorama, keyboard features in iOS 5
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Two features that apparently never made it into the final release of iOS 5 have been discovered by developers, and users can even enable the

Amazon Builds World’s Fastest Nonexistent Supercomputer
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The 42nd fastest supercomputer on earth doesn't exist. This fall, Amazon built a virtual supercomputer atop its Elastic Compute Cloud --

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The "evolved" malware responsible for the theft of over 45,000 Facebook passwords is threatening more than Facebook passwords

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HP printers can be remotely controlled and set on fire, researchers claim
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Security researchers at Columbia University have accused HP of selling printers with a flaw that could let hackers gain remote control over

IBM acquires SOA testing tool vendor Green Hat
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IBM has acquired Green Hat, vendor of software testing tools for developers of service-oriented applications.

US Marshals turned loose to collect $63,720.80 from Righthaven
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Righthaven, the Nevada copyright troll which relied on the majesty and terror of the federal courts to obtain settlements, didn't pay up whe

» The Rise and Fall of Bitcoin
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Wired follows the story of Bitcoin, the virtual currency you can actually spend—if it doesn't get stolen first.

Google opens music download store, welcomes artists to upload directly
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Google Music is now open to the public and its streaming features will remain free. But that's not all: Google has also decided to begin sel

Week in tech: state of the browser, hacking WiFi, and Wicca-free browsing
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Ars recaps the week's biggest stories from the realms of tech policy, business IT, gadgets, and more.

RIM to offer its mobile device management software on Andriod, iOS
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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, a new mobile device management suite due early next year from RIM, will allow administrators to control the securi

Report: Penn State leaders had 'total disregard' for children's safety |...
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The report by former FBI director Louis Freeh says Penn State's most powerful leaders, including coach Joe Paterno,

Google Tweaks Algorithm As Concern Over Bing Grows - Slashdot
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SharkLaser writes "As Bing gets closer to capturing almost 33% of the market share in the US, Google has again made a large tweak to its alg

New Mac OS Trojan Produces BitCoins - Slashdot
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angry tapir writes about an interesting use for malware. From the Techworld article: "A newly identified Mac OS X Trojan bundles a component

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Luxury goods maker Chanel has convinced a judge to order the seizure of hundreds of Internet domain names and to order the names blocked fro

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