At its Unpacked event in New York City this morning, Samsung unveiled the all-singing, all-dancing Galaxy Note8, complete with all the bells and whistles to make it the best smartphone the world has ever seen… until the next big smartphone release, of course.
Essays on technology, media, marketing and politics.
As morally reprehensible as President Trump’s populist politics may be, his inability to take a firm, unambiguous stance against racism, fascism, and white nationalism is unforgivable. I categorically reject arguments from those who suggest subtle nuanced explanations for what I heard with my own ears and saw with my own eyes: President Trump tacitly endorsing white supremacists, neo-Nazis, extremists, and bigots. Here's what you can do about it.
Until a few years ago, everyone (including me) based their password advice on a 2003 paper from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), with the catchy title "NIST Special Publication 800-63." The paper recommended that passwords be cryptic, contain special characters, and be as close to nonsense as possible. But they made a big mistake.
Here’s an idea … I’ll call it “Nuber.” You can think of it as a technology that offers all the value Uber offers, but the drivers get all the money. Here’s how it would work.
Considering that we’re living in the “Platinum Age of Video Production,” the pending SAG/AFTRA contract is an insultingly bad deal for rank-and-file Guild members.