The Actuator – April 17th
Back from Copenhagen and back writing the Actuator after Suzanne’s takeover last week. Thanks to everyone for their supporting comments, both public and private. I’ve got more travel coming up, so maybe we will have more takeovers. Stay tuned.
As always, here are some links from the Intertubz that I hope will hold your interest. Enjoy!
One thing I noticed last week in Copenhagen was the quiet. Electric cars do more than cut down on fossil fuels; they also reduce noise pollution.
Pretty ambitious project for an online bookstore.
This works out to about 4 cents per breached account. Sorry, not sorry, that’s the message being sent here.
Looking forward to a kid hacking the robots and rolling back prices.
The old “file association” trick that has been used for various exploits over the past 20 years. Microsoft doesn’t think this is critical, but you might want to push an update to your devices that removes the default association for now.
I am really starting to believe that Facebook might not be good at security.
Well, Facebook can secure and protect the privacy of at least one person. That’s a start, I guess.
One of many beautiful views from walking around Copenhagen last week. This is Nyhavn, a fancy word for "New Haven":