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10 things your boss won't tell you - NEWS.com.au

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10 things your boss won't tell you
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Many firms are, at the very least, monitoring some of employees' internet and email use, especially larger companies and those in sensitive or heavily regulated industries.
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American inventor and internet visionary Douglas Engelbart dies - Siliconrepublic.com

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American inventor and internet visionary Douglas Engelbart dies Siliconrepublic.com Engelbart's research was funded by DAPPA, while SRI's ARC would become involved with the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), the precursor of the...
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Internet Explorer pegged for critical fix on Tuesday - ARNnet

Internet Explorer pegged for critical fix on Tuesday
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Microsoft will also fix a zero-day vulnerability revealed by security researcher Tavis Ormandy, Kandek wrote.
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Android security flaw affects 99 percent of phones, researcher says

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Hackers can now get a “master key” to Google’s operating system, the security firm warns. (#in Android security flaw affects 99 percent of phones, researcher says: Security research...
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60 billion planets in Milky Way could hold life - Computerworld-Gemmalyn Duque-

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60 billion planets in Milky Way could hold life
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"Most of the planets in the Milky Way orbit red dwarfs," said Nicolas Cowan, a Northwestern researcher.
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In 'golden age' of surveillance, US has big edge - KIMT

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“The sheer power of the U.S. infrastructure is that quite often data would be routed though the U.S.
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Andrew 'Weev' Auernheimer Appeals Conviction For Hacking AT&T Servers - Huffington Post

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Wired Andrew 'Weev' Auernheimer Appeals Conviction For Hacking AT&T Servers Huffington Post introduced legislation in Congress to amend the law to prevent Internet users from facing criminal charges for violating a company's terms of service and to...
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Finnish youth less keen on alcohol - YLE News-Gemmalyn Duque

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Finnish youth less keen on alcohol YLE News Researchers who conducted the Adolescent Health and Lifestyle Survey for the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health say that new hobbies and ways of spending time have emerged, including games and the...
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Be a Winner in the Internet TV Era by Becoming an Egreat Android TV Box ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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SHENZHEN, China, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A survey published by Leichtman Research Group (LRG) recently showed that almost 40% of all U.S.
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Why Twitter Has More Freedom to Innovate Than Google - Wired

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Wired Why Twitter Has More Freedom to Innovate Than Google Wired It's the most important of work for the seven-year-old company, but it's still grounded in the sort of experimentation that Eriksen learned under the wing of Peter Honeyman at...
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In the Digital Age, What Becomes of the Library? | MindShift=Gemma Duque

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In a related Pew study on libraries and the Internet, one librarian told researchers, “I believe public libraries should move away from being ‘houses of knowledge’ and move more towards being ‘houses of access.’ This is what the public is asking for and we are here to serve them.” Beyond the use of technology, many librarians think in terms of access and information being closely linked, and believe that libraries still have a responsibility to both.


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Software adds science experiments to online education - Phys.Org

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Software adds science experiments to online education Phys.Org Now, though, Hesselink and his students have developed a method for digitizing the physical experiment and uploading it to the Internet, making it available to millions of people at a...
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Are smartphones making us insomniacs? - Stuff.co.nz

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But one thing the internet has not given us is better sleep.
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Gambling Lobbyist Hands Over the Reins - Wall Street Journal- India

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The industry also is pushing to legalize forms of Internet gambling—a thorny issue that has occasionally divided casinos.
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Internet Researcher for ORM company. | Bulk Marketing | Internet Marketing

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Online Communication and Help-Seeking from General Practitioners for Emotional and Psychological Problems Among Young People

@dr_know MSc researcher requests young people 16-24 for confidential online survey on internet use/mental health
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Why sci-fi will save the humanities - The Australian

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Why sci-fi will save the humanities The Australian Even the social sciences are endangered: Republicans in Congress have been trying to pass an amendment to an appropriations bill that would forbid the National Science Foundation from funding any...
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Patients' Internet use a predictor for participation in their own care-Gemmalyn Duque-

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Patients who use the Internet more frequently are more likely to embrace patient-centered healthcare efforts and participate in their own care, according to a study published this week in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.

 

For the study, researchers from the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Florida and the University of Maryland examined Internet use patterns of 438 people. They asked the group two questions:

 

Is there a significant relationship between Internet use frequency and the overall preferences for obtaining health information and decision-making autonomy?

 

Does the relationship between Internet use frequency and information and decision-making preferences differ with respect to seven different aspects of health conditions--diagnosis, treatment, laboratory testing, self-care, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), psychosocial aspect and healthcare providers?

 

According to the researchers, the findings will be important for care efforts moving forward. "When medical professionals attempt to gauge how much information to provide patients or try to decide how much they should involve patients in medical decision-making, they may be better off if they base their decisions on patients' Internet use frequency rather than age, per se," they said.

 


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Open and Shut?: Where are we, what still needs to be done? Stevan Harnad on the state of Open Access-Gemmalyn Duque-

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"The interview below is the second in a series exploring the current state of Open Access (OA) and what the priorities ought to be going forward. It is with self-styled archivangelist Stevan Harnad, who is currently Canada Research Chair in cognitive science at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and professor of web science at the University of Southampton.

 In 1994 Harnad posted an online message calling on all researchers to archive their papers on the Internet in order to make them freely accessible to their peers — a strategy that later became known as Green Open Access, or self-archiving. The message — which Harnad headed “The Subversive Proposal” — initiated a series of online exchanges, many of which were subsequently collected and published as a book in 1995."


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Despite new malware scanning, Chrome Web Store security still falls short - Network World

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Despite new malware scanning, Chrome Web Store security still falls short
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The researcher found that Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) 10 blocked nearly 100% of malicious downloads, followed by Chrome at about 83%.
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Despite new malware scanning, Chrome Web Store security still falls short - ComputerworldUK

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Despite new malware scanning, Chrome Web Store security still falls short
ComputerworldUK
The researcher found that Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) 10 blocked nearly 100% of malicious downloads, followed by Chrome at about 83%.
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How you and I could become nodes in the internet of things | GigaOM Tech News

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Ever wonder what the network infrastructure of the future will be? Try looking in the mirror.

 

Some day our bodies — or at least the clothing or accessories that adorn them — could become key network nodes in the internet of things. European researchers think that sensors and transmitters on our bodies can be used to form cooperative ad hoc networks that could be used for group indoor navigation, crowd-motion capture, health monitoring on a massive scale and especially collaborative communications. Last week, French institute CEA-Leti and three French universities have launched the Cormoran project, which aims to explore the use of such cooperative interpersonal networks.

 

The concept of wireless body area networks (WBANs) isn’t a new one. WBANs could be used to sever the cord between patients and their monitoring equipment. Companies like Apple and Heapslylon are exploring the possibility of connected clothes with embedded sensors. We’ve already begun embracing a new era of wearables, such as Google Glass to Fitbit (see disclosure), designed to become extensions of our senses and movements.

 

All of these devices will become key end-points in the internet of things, but what Cormoran proposes to make them pull double duty. Rather than just remain terminuses, they could route bits to and relay data from each other, becoming a distributed ad hoc network that constantly morphs as we move through physical space.

 

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