The computing world has been abuzz lately about Heartbleed and the vulnerability of websites leaking passwords and other information. Heartbleed is not a virus but rather a wormhole in the OpenSSL library, widely used to implement the Internet’s Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. 182 more words
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Do you have lots of bushes and hedges in your garden that want a tidy look? If yes then the best and creative solution would be topiary. 31 more words
The clock is about to hit 12.pm, Yvonne Jean Rabie, 51, just finished packing a series of brown-and-red African frames ready to be mailed to it’s lucky Ebay buyer.
Since March 8th and until July 20th six sculptures by american artist Alice Aycock grace the Park Avenue malls between 52nd and 57th Streets. There’s a 7th sculpture at 66th Street outside the Park Avenue Armory, which I unfortunately didn’t got to see since I was on my way to the Roosevelt Island tram station on 60th street. 134 more words
Andy Goldsworthy and Environmental Art OR, There is Nothing More Beautiful Than What Occurs Naturally
Andy Goldsworthy is a British sculptor and photographer. He lives in Scotland and produces ‘site specific’ sculptures made from wood, ice, leaves, stones and other naturally occurring materials. 96 more words