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Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper: 'This is Not a Daycare'
Tue Dec 1, 2015
In reply to: concerned-memphian #69 Umm, I'm liberal and I agree with everything he said. This isn't a political issue. Don't make it one.
Mon Nov 30, 2015
In reply to: inmissouri #1.1 The fact of the matter is that in the US, we are being gouged by telecom and mobile companies for our data usage to an insane degree. Consumers in Europe get a vastly better deal on internet access and smartphone plans than we do. So, whenever a teleco …
NASA's New 'Star Trek' Tech Is Designed to Detect Alien Life
Mon Nov 30, 2015
Erm...that does not resemble a tricorder. Not at all.
Scientists Watch Black Hole Have Leisurely Meal
Fri Nov 27, 2015
In reply to: ray smith #3 Something greater than 186,281 miles per second.
Thu Nov 26, 2015
In reply to: joemike404 #8.1 Of course it's a marketing ploy; only a fool thinks that any large corporation actually cares about anything other than their bottom line. Why they did it doesn't matter in the least, though - if it's successful, they'll keep doing it, and hopefully, more st …
'Muted' Black Friday Forecast for Retailers, With TVs, Toys Giving a Lift
Wed Nov 25, 2015
In reply to: Tina-293371 #1.3 That's exactly what it refers to, and why there is no issue of race here.
Shoppers Waiting Longer and Longer to Purchase Holiday Gifts
Fri Nov 20, 2015
"Retailers should run steady marketing campaigns starting before Thanksgiving and extending right up to Christmas," said Dani Cushion, CMO of Cardlytics. "A holiday marketing campaign that is too short leaves potential dollars on the table." That's not at all what the trends in the graph suggest. &n …
Tech Industry Coalition Defies Calls for Weakened Encryption
Thu Nov 19, 2015
Attention FBI, CIA, NSA, et al.: Sorry that encryption is making your jobs harder, but too bad. Quit whining about it and think of another way to track criminals. Your attempts to weaken/remove encryption will only harm the very people you are sworn to protect. No matter how …
Tech Not Budging as Officials Push Anti-Encryption After Paris
Wed Nov 18, 2015
The government isn't thinking very thoroughly about this (assuming their motives really *are* to stop terrorists and not simply to spy on their own citizens). Let's say that the major tech companies all agree to provide the government with legal backdoors to bypass encryption. Shortly af …
Facebook Broadens 'Safety Check' Feature After Paris Attacks
Mon Nov 16, 2015
"Many people have rightly asked why we turned on Safety Check for Paris but not for bombings in Beirut and other places," Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday. "Until yesterday, our policy was only to activate Safety Check for natural disasters. We just changed this and now plan to activ …
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