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Silence and denials surround new research that may reveal Tor's vulnerabilities

Tor has been heralded as a foil to the National Security Agency’s widespread surveillance programs since last year, when the Guardian reported that the anonymous browsing tool… 617 more words


Tues news round-up: latest on #EVs, urban mobility and e-mobility

The Quant E-Sportlimousine has been approved by TUV Sud in Munich to be used on public roads in Germant and Europe: this is the Koenigsegg-derived super-EV seen at the Geneva Motor Show this year with patented “nanoflowcell” batteries (demanding electrolyte swaps or charging, albeit after a 600km-plus range). 575 more words

New Cars

P&Q: Joyful Museums Survey

The New England Museum Association is currently studying museum workplace culture, a topic that has been addressed a few times here at phillyemp.com. (Click the employee relations tag at the end of this post for more) The survey takes roughly 15-20 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. 79 more words

Employee Relations

Textual Analysis: Handuken{INCOMPLETE}

Handuken is a short production that is satirical  about the ancient oriental marshal arts that are seen in many action movies. It is only 3 minutes and in that time does not reveal much of a story. 279 more words


A Researcher Asks...

I speak with a researcher who says, “we need to hear the pain and needs of the parents of individuals affected by the disorder.”  She goes on to say, “Nobody else can know better what the needs of the affected person are.”  “Oh,” I say, “how about speaking with Autistic people?”  Surely they know better than any what it’s like to have once been a child.   915 more words


IPOs 2014: Spark

IPO Spark Energy (SPKE) is an independent retail energy services company that provides residential and commercial customers in the United States with an alternative choice for natural gas and electricity. 16 more words

MERS Could Be Airborne, Research Indicates

Findings from a scientific paper published Tuesday indicated that Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) may be able to spread through the air.

A research team in Saudi Arabia collected air samples from a camel barn that the virus had previously plagued. 118 more words