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Consider this – Alexa is always listening and collecting data about you

The Daily Dot – Here’s what you need to know about the security and privacy implications of smart speakers, both the myths and the realities – 1) Smart speakers are always listening – One of the first things you’ll hear … Continue reading

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Why Bigger Isnt Always Better

Todays traditional thinking is that everything has to be bigger, better, more, and faster.  For example, consider fast food restaurants.  They offer jumbo size meals, and serve billions and billions, but is that what consumers really need?  For instance, have … Continue reading

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Hindsight Isn’t Always 20/20

PrintGuilty! Ruminations and its author have done this, though we’ve long been conscious of its flaws. What is “this”? It is that we’ve criticized documents prepared by others when we “weren’t there.” Before we proceed with today’s rant, a small … Continue reading

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Searching for images of CEOs or managers? The results almost always show men.

Washington Post: “Men dominate Google image searches for most jobs — even for bartender, probation officer and medical scientist, roles in which women outnumber men. In 57 percent of occupations, image searches indicate the jobs are more male-dominated than they … Continue reading

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OKAY, I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A MATTIS FAN, BUT THIS HAPPENED ON HIS WATCH: Soldiers don ‘pregnancy simula…

OKAY, I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A MATTIS FAN, BUT THIS HAPPENED ON HIS WATCH: Soldiers don ‘pregnancy simulators.’ The Army is ordering its hardened combat veterans to wear fake breasts and empathy bellies so they can better understand how pregnant soldiers … Continue reading

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