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- Peaky Blinders is like a watered-down Deadwood and will suffice for now
- AT&T Stops Using ‘Super Cookies’ To Track Cellphone Data
- Word of the week: “Middlebox”. 4G carriers don’t care one bit for your SPDY-laden, encrypted traffic. Hippie.
- BitTorrent Sync vs Cloud: Where Can You Trust Your Personal Data?
- Anybody try Syncthing.net or Transporter?
- Let’s Encrypt is a new certificate authority from the EFF and friends
- Tyranny of the default: Firefox dumps Google for search, signs on with Yahoo
- HT James Kirkland: E-Cigarettes From China Spreading Malware Through USB Charger
- 10,000 pay phones to become Wifi base stations in NYC
- see also: Ricochet Wireless
- This Week in Vendor Lockin: Anti-Competitive Apple Disables Trim Support On 3rd Party SSDs In OS X
- This Week in Vendor Abandonment: Netflix Kills Off Its Public API, Takes A Few Applications Down With It
- Lawsuits as an Investment: Crowdfund Your Next Lawsuit With LexShares
- Gunnar helps give The Watchful Eye: Mitigating Risk in the Cloud on December 3 in Washington, DC
- Red Hat Private PaaS Workshop on December 11 in Washington, DC
- Red Hat Summit CFP now open!
- HT Itamar Heim: RHEV compliance policy scans with Nessus!
- FIPS compliant password vault with JBoss EAP and RHEL, thanks to Rich Lucente
- How have we not heard of DavMail? Connects standards-compliant clients to Exchange. Thanks, French defense establishment!
Cutting Room Floor
- Save a bundle by anesthetizing octopi yourself: How to anesthetize an octopus
- Parakeet that sounds (and kinda looks) just like R2-D2!
- Pink Floyd’s The Final Cut, A 19 Minute Music Video
- Ground Drone: Low cost mobile robotics platform
- Brain transplant: OpenWorm’s mind in a LEGO robot’s body
- Browser based fluid dynamics simulator
- JS1K Night Highway
We Give Thanks
- James Kirkland for the e-cigarette word of warning
- Itamar Heim for the Nessus and RHEV good news!
- Rich Lucente for the FIPS compliant password vault
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