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How user's password logic and patterns (what we use to remember them, or because we are lazy) makes them such more easy to crack. Worth watching not just for development and testers, but also designers. As after all, we're the ones guiding folks through the sign up flows. #ux #security

( +Waldo Janssens might enjoy both the content & presenter's style? ;))

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Having worked with some of the original Burton photographs, I must say the colourisations of his shots are utterly amazing. Almost like being there when KV 62 was discovered. (Gallery at the end of the post, +Tom Voute​) So hoping for Nefertiti, but then how could it have gone unnoticed for such a long time...

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Some great use of the #NAO robot to teach kids everything from programming to working out!

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I just ordered 68x68cm lambda print goat for my #ikeahack kitchen vitrine project.

Cabinet: Ikea
Paint: Chalkboard Matt (done, 3 layers)
Goat: Ordered (ordered)

Remaining: pick up goat, assembly, attach to wall

Below a quick mockup to test the crop on the goat. I'm so looking forward to the end result.

<-- origial IKEA Goat version ->
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An impressing shortlist again this year! All winners as it comes to making data understandable & thus usefull. Some great examples of storytelling with data as well. :)

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Odd move from Reuters. It won't fix the 'cheating' issue, and it won't be much faster than RAW.

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Stellar post from the +Carnegie Mellon University on Learning Analytic Ethics. At the one hand, educational institutions are obliged to increase the effectiveness of learning - so they can not NOT mine data. One the other hand, students must be able to opt out (or not opt in), and institutions should better protect student's privacy.

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Where does our concept of 'being online/offline' come from? The etymology of the online/offline dichotomy goes back to being an indicator of whether or not a city, factory, or mine was accessible by a particular train line. What does that mean for our digital world? Sunday is such a great day to read up on First Mondays! ;) #cyberculture

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Beautiful tale of how an old men deals with annoying (and un-understanding) smart things imposed upon him. As +Tine Peeters & +pieter lesage pointed out: they don't fix the root causes, but are just annoying reminders that these exists. #notificationhell

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Too good not to share. Patent war about applying haptic feedback in the .xxx domain. :p 
Teledildonics startups are being sued by a patent troll, one of those profiteers who buy patents to extort money from technology companies. Now the open-source sex tech company +Comingle is crowdsourcing a list of prior art -- publicly available information that challenges the patent's claim to originality -- and the effort is laying before us many forgotten first steps in the realm of sexual innovation. In this video, Kirk Woolford and Stahl Stenslie chronicle remote sexual stimulation as made possible by 1993 technology: 
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