Archivo mensual: Diciembre 2013

Court Upholds Willy-Nilly Gadget Searches Along U.S. Border

A federal judge today upheld a President Barack Obama administration policy allowing U.S. officials along the U.S. border to seize and search laptops, smartphones and other electronic devices for any reason.      Go to Source








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10 Poisonous Lessons From 2013

The year 2013 had its fair share of poisonous events, including murders, attempted murders, non murders and accidental deaths. Here are 10 lessons we can draw from all this poison.      Go to Source








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The Next Big Thing You Missed: Watchdox Builds Personal Bodyguard for Your Sensitive Files

With Dropbox exploding in popularity, Watchdox is betting people will want a highly protective and secure alternative.      Go to Source








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Sports Websites or How to Kill Flat Design

Choosing a color scheme for any website is not an easy task. Why is it more difficult than it looks? The colors are your second identity, right after your logo. Think about Orange, when you see an ad you don’t … Sigue leyendo








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Dot Physics Year in Review 2013

Everyone likes to look back at the previous year. So, let’s look at the best of Dot Physics for 2013. What makes a “best” post? I don’t know. How about it meets any of these criteria: Reader recommended as “best”. … Sigue leyendo








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Happy Holidays from Beyond Apollo: My Favorite Soviet Space Station

In the late 1970s, when I was a teenager, I spent many summer evenings atop a chicken house in rural Illinois. The chicken house stood in the middle of our cow pasture. I’d climb onto its gently sloping roof with … Sigue leyendo








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NSA Hackers Get the ‘Ungettable’ With Rich Catalog of Custom Tools

While most Americans spend their time shopping Amazon, Target and Apple.com, the National Security Agency’s elite team of hackers spends its time shopping a secret high-end catalog of custom tools designed to subvert firewalls, servers, and routers made by U.S. … Sigue leyendo








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How to Send Estonian Vodka Through the Pneumatic Internet

HAMBURG – Since late last week, this city’s conference center has been invaded by Chaos Computer Club projects of extremely weird character: buzzing flying things, pixelated art, hacker kimchi, 3-D printers, and much more. But standing out above all of … Sigue leyendo








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Living Clay: Artist Johnson Tsang Brings Ceramic Bowls and Cups to Life

With an adept understanding of ceramics and anatomy, Hong-Kong based artist Johnson Tsang (previously here and here) creates strange and unexpected anthropomorphic sculptures where human forms seem to splash effortlessly through functional objects like bowls, plates, and cups. While the … Sigue leyendo








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Whistleblowing Rippling into New Corners

HAMBURG – Edward Snowden is on the run. Chelsea Manning is in prison. Julian Assange is in limbo, otherwise known as the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Yet seen from the floor here at the Chaos Communication Congress (CCC), the whistleblower-support … Sigue leyendo








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