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This is quite a vulnerability.
 
"No iOS Zone" denial-of-service vulnerability could lead to your iPhone or iPad constantly crashing.
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I hope this goes to court.
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Good article. Hopefully we get some change on this front.
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He is a smart guy. Thinks good.
Once upon a time, there were dumb people who did not want to be engineers. There people are Liberal Arts majors. Why do they want to be Liberal Arts? In my opinion it is because they do not underst...
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The comments on that story are a riot.
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What a great idea.
 
Frankly, it’s like a dating site. The goal is simply this: If my kids have Saturdays free and your kids have Saturdays free, now they’ve got some Free-Range Friends nearby. Out they go!

I realize this may seem a parent-intensive way to give kids freedom, but so be it. It was born out of the frustration I heard — and felt — so often: How do I find other parents who don’t think it’s crazy to let their kids play outside unsupervised?

So think of it as re-seeding the outdoors with children. Once a few are out there playing, running, bicycling, my hope is that other kids seeing them will want to join in. And their parents will let them, because it doesn’t seem weird, it seems normal. Everybody’s doing it! Why not start this weekend? We’ve got 500+ folks signed up already!
If you look at the tabs at the top of this blog, one says, “Find a Free-Range Friend.” (Online on its own its freerangefriend.com). It's a way to find other families near you who also want to give their kids more independence. When my kids were younger, one stumbling block to getting them out of ...
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This disrupted my breathing.
Change the game before you change the game and you must change the game once more.
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Why is the Amazon Prime video interface so incredibly bad? They could easily make it not suck if they wanted to. I don't get it. 
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Yeah, I have Amazon Prime mostly for the shipping, but I never use their streaming service because the interface for it is terrible compared to Netflix.
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I think we need to have a talk about what a "powerful article" or a "powerful image" or a "powerful story" is. 

The Diary of Anne Frank is a powerful story. That random blog post probably isn't. Are people going to be talking about it more than six months from now? No, they aren't.
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This is a good PSA.
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Great article. The headline is a little misleading.
Why has America gone lunatic on the subject of unattended children?
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"It used the easy-to-crack passwords of "admin," "abcde," and "shoup" to lock down its Windows administrator account, Wi-Fi network, and voting results database respectively, according to a scathing security review published Tuesday by the Virginia Information Technologies Agency. ... The weak passwords—which are hard-coded and can't be changed—were only one item on a long list of critical defects uncovered by the review. The Wi-Fi network the machines use is encrypted with wired equivalent privacy, an algorithm so weak that it takes as little as 10 minutes for attackers to break a network's encryption key. The shortcomings of WEP have been so well-known that it was banished in 2004 by the IEEE, the world's largest association of technical professionals. What's more, the WINVote runs a version of Windows XP Embedded that hasn't received a security patch since 2004, making it vulnerable to scores of known exploits that completely hijack the underlying machine. Making matters worse, the machine uses no firewall and exposes several important Internet ports."
Virginia decertifies device that used weak passwords and wasn't updated in 10 years.
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What kills me about this whole story is that the kids were literally snatched off the streets in broad daylight into the back of a vehicle by strange men (presumably, there may have been women) causing panic and fear in both the children and their parents, because some people think there is an overwhelming risk of strange men snatching children off the streets in broad daylight into the back of vehicles.

Despite being three short blocks from their home, the Meitiv children—Rafi (10) and Dvora (6)—were stopped at approximately 5 P.M. on Sunday afternoon by police officers in three squad cars simply because Rafi and Dvora were walking home. The police interrogated the children, and Rafi explained that they were walking home and were just three blocks from their house. The police demanded that the children get into one of the police cars, under the misleading “assurance” that the police would bring them home. The children told the police that they know where they live and they would like to call home. The police never called Danielle or Alexander even though the police had all their contact information. Nor did they allow Rafi and Dvora to call their parents.

The Meitiv children were confined to the back of a police car for almost three hours without any explanation of why they were being detained. The Meitiv children were then transported to the Montgomery County Crisis Center for further detention. During this entire time, the children had no access to food and only limited access to the restroom. After a series of delays and decisions by CPS and the police, CPS did not release the children to Danielle and Alexander until 10:30 P.M., and the children did not return home until about 11 P.M. on a school night.
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Sounds like a kidnapping to me.
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Fitspiration quotes are meant to get you to work harder, exercise harder. But like all other things, they do tend to get overboard. Reddit user evelee started off a thread showing how well the quotes worked with inspiration to get drunk. A few other redditors chimed in, and the thread turned pretty hilarious. Take aContinue Reading…
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Yeah, I don't know.  Can I give this a plus 0.75?
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