In a letter to the EFF, AT&T objected to the filing of the documents in any manner, saying that they contain sensitive trade secrets and could be “could be used to ‘hack’ into the AT&T network, compromising its integrity.”
Users can also upload up to 150 megabytes of documents, which will be protected by an unidentified encryption algorithm until the Rapture, then released to up to 12 nonbelievers of your choice. The site recommends that you use that storage to house sensitive financial information.
If you had a baby in the last few decades, you probably have at least heard of The Wiggles. For the past 21 years, The Wiggles have been entertaining preschoolers in their TV show that features songs and silliness. But there will be three new Wiggles in 2013 who will be the next generation of this beloved children’s group.
After starting the new year with a dry month, California will finally be falling off the wagon this weekend. Scientists have been tracking a tentacle of moisture-laden tropical air—a so-called atmospheric river—that’s supposed to make landfall on Thursday. More importantly, it’s supposed to make rain fall.
“This is forest dense forest,” said Kroll. “There is no way to describe how many pieces there are and how spread over the landscape they are.
Gilsdorf: I also heard that you were working on a screenplay that’s a geeky coming of age story. Where does that stand?
Anyone over the age of 20 will remember a time when if they wanted to find out about an obscure politician, an up-and-coming artist or particular country’s latest military action, they had to either consult one of the thirty-odd encyclopaedia volumes, go the library or hope that an adult would know.
While the oral arguments are the main core of the collection, Goldman’s team also finds interesting bits and pieces of audio that the National Archives doesn’t identify, like justices speaking from the bench.
Verizon, whose $4.83 billion deal to buy Yahoo Inc’s core business has been shaken by a massive data breach at the internet company, said its total operating revenue fell to $30.94 billion from $33.16 billion.
Hutchins should know: He’s LaidOffCamp’s founder and himself the victim of a recent lay-off. He says his goal was to provide an opportunity for out-of-work programmers, consultants, IT pros and web designers to give advice to one another, network and maybe find a new gig or start a new company.
4:32 pm: Now Michael Anguilo is taking the stage. He’s showing off another member of the Windows 8 family – Surface for Windows 8 Pro. It’s for people who work everyday to create and design things. “It shows the same pride and craftsmanship,” Anguilo says. It has a full Cleartype full HD display. It’s a combination of pixel geometry, rendering, and optical bonding technology that makes it so your eye cannot distinguish between individual pixels. It looks like Microsoft’s take on Apple’s Retina display!