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Identifying the guilty: tying nation states to cyber espionage

Summary:  It’s the cycle of our time. Cyberattack on us. The government points a figure, without evidence and encumbered by their history of lies (and of committing similar deeds).  1,606 more words

Cyberwar

What Happens When a Famous Rapper Falls in Love with Your Quote

What Happens When a Famous Rapper Falls in Love with Your Quote

By Mik Everett

Last Monday, I woke up to something weirder than I could possibly imagine. 1,408 more words

Literature

Foundation of Analytics

The next stage of development in Online Marketing Fundamentals is Foundation of Analytics, This area covers, Introduction to measuring data, How online analytics work, Using goal and event tracking, Looking at a conversion funnel, Defining your key performance indicators (KPIs) and A look at attribution models.

Data

[Analysis] Looking at "said-isms"

I don’t know of a single writer who has made it who hasn’t heard the rule about “said-isms”, those verbs writers use to avoid “said.” During the last Orycon, one panelist (whose attribution escapes me) said “‘said’ is punctuation” and that’s a guideline I generally agree with. 443 more words

Attribution

Cyberspace and International Security - Discussion 5

On February 26, 2015, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper released the agency’s Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community. The document covered specific threat vectors and went into depth on a regional basis. 581 more words

Harvard

So You Want to USE Music Now

Music is amazing, nuanced, evocative, and ubiquitous. It’s everywhere, all the time, and damn hard to make. We’re surrounded by it so much that we’re surprised more by its absence than its quality; hell, you can’t make a family slideshow without an a-list soundtrack. 806 more words

Opinion