Watch for blog posts from your users that offer tutorials or provide an in-depth at some aspect of your software. Contact the authors and see if you can incorporate their posts into the documentation. Give your users a chance to contribute not just code, but their understanding of the code – ask them to write more and make them a part of the project when appropriate.
__Update: The *L.A. Times __*quietly removed this claim from the online version of its story, though it still shows up in a Google search. It looks like a member of a LiveJournal group made the post after the shooting as a funny, funny joke, and school officials took it seriously.
Baltimore believes this will help seed the security products market, already expected to be worth £287 million by 2003, according to analyst Datamonitor.
Surfing for readers: Nine book-related websites – reaching almost a million readers – are co-hosting the Surf the Web for Summer Reading Contest. The promotion, which circulates readers among the sites to find clues, started Memorial Day weekend.
Levin now faces three felony counts of unauthorized computer access and appeared to admit his mistake on Twitter last week.
Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform and a leading foe of high taxes in general, said taxes collected on Internet sales would make up less than one-tenth of 1 percent of sales tax revenue.
Oil revenue makes up nearly 95 percent of Iraq’s budget, but the country has been reeling under an economic crisis since 2014, when prices began falling from a high of above $100 a barrel.
In general, though, Copeland said that crowdsourced testing has pros and cons. “The real art form is deciding on timing,” he says. “Testing apps over and over again fatigues your [internal] testing team; they find fewer bugs. So crowdsourcing can give you a fresh set of eyes. If you turn to outside experts too early, though, or ask them to test the wrong things, it’s too much work, time and money to train them. So we tend to focus on less complicated user-facing problems: UI issues, app crashes — real end-user stuff.”
For now, however, the clandestine origin of the videos is under wraps. Bobtel08, benzin513 and Nokia did not immediately respond to Wired.com’s requests for comment, and a representative from Sony Ericsson North America said he wasn’t aware of the videos at all.
By allowing safety margins to erode, FirstEnergy and the NRC have lost a great deal of the public’s trust, Lochbaum said.
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As it turned out, Keely was not an adolescent girl, but a 29-year-old male volunteer with Perverted Justice, a vigilante group that trolls regional chat rooms for would-be pedophiles.
“Energy is unquestionably the challenge of this era,” said Susan Hockfield, MIT’s president Susan Hockfield. “And there is absolutely no question in my mind that the most productive source of new ideas and approaches is today’s young people.” She speculated that no matter how the energy problems of tomorrow are solved, some of the key people to unravel them were probably attending the conference.