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How to Check for the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug

So what is this “heartbleed” bug? OpenSSL is an open-source encryption security service that a large percentage of websites utilize to secure your information like passwords, messages, and credit card transactions. Sometimes, a computer needs to check if it is still talking to another...

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April Fool’s Day 2014 – University Edition

Businesses have been expected to fill the internet with ridiculous ideas on April Fool’s Day, but what was unexpected this year was for Universities to come into play. University students? Yes, that’s expected. But University Administration? Pleasantly surprised. University of...

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Google Announces Android Wear

Hinted at SXSW by Sundar Pichai, today Google’s Android officially announced “Android Wear” – a new platform for Android developers to work on apps specifically for the upcoming wearables line. Features for Android Wear: View latest posts and updates from social...

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Pigeon Interview

  You’ve seen nothing until you’ve seen a picture of a pigeon having a job interview to become a...

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How to Check for the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug

So what is this “heartbleed” bug? OpenSSL is an open-source encryption security service that a large percentage of websites utilize to secure your information like passwords, messages, and credit card transactions. Sometimes, a computer needs to check if it is still talking to another...

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Heroes and Villains Posters

The best minimalist pieces are defined by using the least amount of lines and reference points as possible, while your brain draws out the rest. This collection of Heroes and Villains posters by graphic designer Andres Romero (AKA “blo0p) plays on this idea with key features of comic book...

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April Fool’s Day 2014 – University Edition

Businesses have been expected to fill the internet with ridiculous ideas on April Fool’s Day, but what was unexpected this year was for Universities to come into play. University students? Yes, that’s expected. But University Administration? Pleasantly surprised. University of...

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Quadcopters: Wireless Power Source

Scifi creations are coming into fruition at a rapid pace, case in point with this technological development by the NIMBUS Lab in Nebraska. Researchers have developed a new use for quadcopters by turning them into a portable and wireless power source. Although the range at the time is only about...

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Google Announces Android Wear

Hinted at SXSW by Sundar Pichai, today Google’s Android officially announced “Android Wear” – a new platform for Android developers to work on apps specifically for the upcoming wearables line. Features for Android Wear: View latest posts and updates from social...

read more