Starting off our week, we get more information on the IRS data breach from Krebs on Security. About 390K more people have had their data exposed, bringing the total to near 700K. VentureBeat reports on Microsoft killing Project Astoria, their tool for porting Android apps to Windows 10. This is definitely disappointing, but we will […]

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Google leads the day with their post about protecting the world’s news from digital attack. It is good to see that there is some free tooling to help protect some sites. There is a good article from Programmable Web about providing SDKs if you offer an API. This is true not just for our favorite […]

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There was not a lot of new yesterday, but there is always some interesting reading. On Conversation Agent, we get a very good post on the difference between power and status. Interestingly, they both can wield influence, which is what most people typically want. At DaedTech, they talk about escaping the legacy skill quicksand. As […]

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Today we focus on some business. First, Mike McCue talks about the most powerful lesson he ever learned in business. The “first principles” concept is not something new, but it forces you to think about facts. William R Fry gives us an excellent guide to the Philly tech scene. This is important because I live […]

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Bryan Edds starts our day with his post about the stress and depression that is rampant in the software industry. This is a topic that is important to me because I have seen the effects in both myself and others over my 20+ year career. If you are one of those people having difficulties, you […]

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