One of the things that is both exciting, and overwhelming, about starting a new job is all the new stuff you get to use. In a week and a half since starting the new job, I’ve been getting used to having a Droid instead of a Blackberry, using Google Apps, learning new systems for things…
This is not as easy as he makes it sound: And then lastly is learning from all these three elements – the user, the device, the least privilege, and adapting your policies. So it’s a constant learning and adapting, changing the policies. For instance, if Jane never executes certain commands on a Unix machine, let’s…
I’m barely a Snapchat user, but this comment reminds me of what Instagram recently did as well. Nothing really makes sense in the main app now, it’s only in Stories that the timeline makes any sense at all. “Because I am not a teen and have not been for several years, Snapchat’s interface has always…
I would like all of you who participate in social media to read the following quote very carefully: “According to Durfee, social media misinformation usually spreads due to a user’s status online. If users are trusted by a group of people, their posts are more likely to be accepted and shared as truth.” When you…
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