This edition of the Actuator comes to you from my kitchen, where I'm enjoying some time at home before I hit the road. I'll be at RSA next week, then Darmstadt, Germany the following week. And then I head to Seattle for the Microsoft MVP Summit. This is all my way of saying future editions of the Actuator may be delayed. I'll do my best, but I hope you understand.
As always, here's a bunch of links I hope you will find useful. Enjoy!
No, it doesn't, because the evidence suggests China was but one of many entities that helped themselves to the data Equifax was negligent in guarding.
Machine learning, and bitcoin mining, are large users of power in any data center. This is why Microsoft has announced they'll look to be carbon neutral as soon as possible.
On the heels of Microsoft's announcement, seeing this from Delta gives me hope many other companies will take action, and not issue press releases only.
Nothing is secure. Stay safe out there.
Everything is terrible.
This is going to get ugly to watch. You stay right there, I'll go grab the popcorn.
I didn't know I needed this until now, and now I'm left wondering how I've lived so long without this in my life.
Our new Sunday morning ritual is walking through Forest Park. Each week we seem to find something new to enjoy.