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- ARS – You can crack iPhone auto-generated hotspot passwords in seconds – http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/06/new-attack-cracks-iphone-autogenerated-hotspot-passwords-in-seconds/
- Android phone #s breeched by Facebook app – http://www.darkreading.com/mobile/android-phone-numbers-leaked-by-facebook/240157723 –
- ARS – The more complex the rules, the more annoying, and is it really more effective than just a longer password with less complexity anyway? http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/06/password-complexity-rules-more-annoying-less-effective-than-length-ones/
- Play with NextStep 3.3 in VMWare! http://osvirtual.net/en/nextstep-3-3-with-drivers-vmware/ – remember, OS X came from this Steve Jobsian seminal operating system.
- Douglas Englebart, inventor of the mouse and many other things, dies. We bring up things he’s invented and his ideas from this article – http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/03/tech/mouse-inventor-dies/?utm_source=buffer&utm_campaign=Buffer&utm_content=buffera349a&utm_medium=twitter
- Also, see http://www.dougengelbart.org/library/books.html
- And see http://outsideinnovation.blogs.com/pseybold/2010/06/improve-your-ecosystems-ability-to-tackle-complex-issues-.html
- Raspberry Pi and Tor = Onion Pie, a simple obfuscator to help make it easier to work securely – http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/4204
- Jonas Boner – http://www.slideshare.net/jboner/building-scalable-highly-concurrent-fault-tolerant-systems-lessons-learned
- IDEs vs Editors yet again – two on the IDE side – Jason Whaley on DZON – suggests just using an IDE for any specific – DZone link – http://agile.dzone.com/articles/just-use-ide
- Second link – referenced in there, a year later w/PyCharm – http://andrewbrookins.com/tech/one-year-later-an-epic-review-of-pycharm-2-7-from-a-vim-users-perspective/
- Eclipse 4.3 is out, name is Kepler – get it here – http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ – includes a BPM release, Web Tools Platform and Java EE 7 support, Orion 3.0 for better deployment, BIRT support, Mylin and Gerrit for code review support, and Maven integration with WTP.
- Check out Atlassian SourceTree (we’re not being compensated for this, it’s Ken’s opinion).
New Philly ETE presentations on Chariot’s Emerging Tech ETE 2013 page.
- PhillyETE Screencast #29 – The 11th Thing: Generalists, specialists, and how life imitates the decathlon – David A. Black
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