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Cyberattack Knocks Out Access to Websites

So-called denial-of-service attacks can knock sites offline by flooding them with junk data, blocking the way for legitimate users

Several websites including Twitter and Tumblr were unreachable for many internet users Friday morning following an online attack.PHOTO: ZUMA PRESS… 323 more words

Red-Flag Time: Your Broker Offers a Can’t-Miss Sales Contest by PAUL SULLIVAN


When brokers try to sell a product like a securities-backed loan, they aren’t being charitable. They are trying to make money.

Published: October 20, 2016 at 07:00PM… 9 more words


How to Dig Out of Federal Student Loan Default by ANN CARRNS


Rehabilitation, the main option for getting back on track, can return borrowers to delinquency because of “needless red tape,” a new report finds. 13 more words


Ms. Geek Speaks: #ThisIs2016 and #WhatDoctorsLookLike

Last week, two New York Times articles made me wonder about  the difference between being African American and Asian American even though #ThisIs2016.

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Monjilla At The Movies

Smartphone trouble

BY Elizabeth Carlson (’17)

Samsung is a South Korean company that is in quite a predicament these days. The company has officially stopped the production of the Galaxy Note7 smartphone. 518 more words

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Migrant Workers in Recreational Vehicles by CHRISTOPHER FARRELL


Work camping combines elements of the gig economy, telecommuting and contingent labor, and attracts older adults seeking more money and more meaning from life. 12 more words


New York Times Launches Elections Bot for Facebook Messenger

If for some reason you can’t get enough of the 2016 elections, the New York Times has a bot for you. “The New York Times has launched a new elections news service via its NYT Politics Bot for Messenger that will text you every morning with the new numbers, as well as offer on-demand access to the latest news, key takeaways, and more.”

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