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Lisa Vaas
Works at the Purveyor of High-Quality Verbiage Co. Ltd.
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fix in the works, no exploits. Whew!
A serious security vulnerability has been reported in popular password manager LastPass… should you be worried?
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In spite of what its own policy says, Yahoo managed to hand over 6 months of messages that conspirators in a drug trafficking case thought had been deleted.
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The “sick game” included holding open the eyelid of a sedated patient and baring an elderly woman’s breast for selfies.
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Always-listening gadgets aren't always bad.
In recent iPhone models, Siri can make calls hands-free, by voice alone.
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But do they themselves Waze to get around jams??? Sympathy all around.
Residents on a formerly quiet street tried reporting bogus blockades, but it hasn’t worked to stem the crowdsourced traffic tide.
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This isn’t over yet. Ryan Collins pled guilty to phishing, but he hasn’t been linked to sharing or uploading the stolen images from “celebgate”.
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Headline made my heart leap, restriction to Nexus&AndroidOne made me glumly eyeball my Galaxy.
Too bad it’s only for Nexus and AndroidOne devices. Also, a screeching warning klaxon would have been a nice touch.
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Police want to unlock his phone as they try to figure out who killed him.
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tee hee hee!
No, those weren’t a new red ring found around Uranus: they were panties.
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They want some paper to say that what they've been doing all along is legal.
The only reason they don’t have it now is because of a “typo,” according to FBI Director Comey.
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FEEL THE NON-REPTILIAN BERN!!!!!!!!
Three signs were tampered with over the weekend – the others said “Bernie for President” and “Work Is Canceled – Go Back Home”.
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I like how the company's YouTube simulation shows caught drones being lowered gently to the ground. In reality I'm thinking they'd be bounced around like a hackey sack.
They’re not jammers, per se: new anti-drone tools work by firing radio frequency hacks that screw with drone commands or guidance systems.
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  • the Purveyor of High-Quality Verbiage Co. Ltd.
    Chief Purveyor, 2008 - present
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  • Goddard College
    Creative Writing, 2009 - 2011
  • Emerson College
    Communications/Film, 1983 - 2011
  • Northeastern University
    Journalism, 1980 - 1983
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What a Mickey Mouse operation. I was told to call at 8:15 am to get a same-day appointment for my mother, who needs to be checked up on after having a UTI. I call at 8:15 and get a malfunction tone: one dial, quick busy signal. I try, again and again, no luck. I give up, call the overlord company's 844 number. The operator tells me they're not open until 8:30. I look at the center's site: it says it opens at 8. "Keep trying," I'm told, "there've been phone problems," as if there is absolutely no way on God's green earth to get through to anybody there. It's like the Walking Dead: no communication. You have to throw parcels of freeze-dried food over the chainlink fence. You have to physically go there and stab zombies in the eye to get them out of the way so you can reach your doctor. YOU managed to talk to them somehow, i pointed out. There must be more than one phone number for this place. It has employees. They have phones, with phone numbers. Who knows? maybe they keep passenger pigeons. Perhaps by some weird twist of fate they have this new technology I've heard of. I think they call it "email." How are YOU communicating with them? Why can't YOU get through to them and tell them to contact ME on some form of communication device? Nope, no dice. No other phone number exists. No such thing as email. The overlord company's call center operator got her info from a coworker, who told her to "Just tell her to keep calling." I hope their medical care is worth all this. My hopes of that being true are not high.
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