Many of these corporations targeted by the president-elect – like Boeing (NYSE:BA), Ford (NYSE:F), General Motors (NYSE:GM), and Toyota (NYSE:TM) – seem to have been caught off-guard by the 140-character bashing. And those holding stocks in those companies were left scrambling to figure out what to do with their investments.
“When I was growing up, I read voraciously,” Tzavelas said. “But relatively early, I started becoming aware of the differences between how special girls and special boys were presented in fantastic fiction. It was usually pretty simple: Boys had the power to save (or maybe destroy) the world. Girls had the power to give birth to the boy who would save (or maybe destroy) the world. They might die in the process, or live to have the grave and important duty of teaching that boychild how to use his power responsibly.
Noxxon Pharma will test experimental drugs made from short strands of RNA, which is ordinarily quite delicate. Enzymes called nucleases can destroy the stringy substance within minutes. With a few sophisticated tricks, the German company can create sturdy molecules that tangle themselves up around a chemical that causes headaches. According to the Noxxon website, those chemicals have the added benefit of not stirring up the immune system, something that biopharmaceutical companies always worry about.
Given that Tuominen and Hirvonen have since worked with Assa Abloy to help fix that vulnerability, the real-world risk of those RFID-enabled intrusions may be smaller than ever. But for the coming months, as hotels get the message to upgrade their software, it never hurts to flip the door bolt, too.
To smooth the path from idea to t-shirt, Teespring is designed to eliminate risk for the would-be seller. Someone with an idea for a t-shirt can upload a design, set the price, and start taking pre-orders. The key is that the t-shirts won’t be printed until the seller hits a minimum pre-order threshold.
Over the past two years, designer labels have tried to cash in on the flood of tablets entering the market. The typical approach is to offer a high-fashion iPad case, à la Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Coach. Others, like Stuart Hughes, opted for a pimped-out version of the iPad, encrusting Apple’s tablet in diamonds, bone and 24-carat gold. Pierre Cardin’s offering is somewhat more original, as it’s an actual device produced and owned by the label itself.
So I got really engaged by doing that, the interaction with kids and what you learn about kids from what they make, encouraging kids. Part of it is just empathy for me: I was that kid, and now I’m helping that kid, you know? That has a lot to do with it for me. So I got involved in this teaching project, and it’s just built and developed over the years for me. It’s a passion of mine. And I just like kids: I like working with them, and I like their ideas, and what they teach you about them and yourself. I like having that interaction.
As for the interface, gone is the left-hand navigation panel that used to permeate the experience. Now, you can toggle between the iTunes Store and your Library through a button in the upper right of the iTunes window. In your Library, a drop down menu in the upper left grants you access to your Music, Movies, Books, and other media. Once selected, you can swap between different views like Songs, Albums, and Playlists (for Music, for example). These are listed across the top of the iTunes window.
Preston-Werner, 34, says he’s really selling his customers a better way to work together, something akin to the quality control regimen championed by General Electric under Jack Welch. “GE has the Six Sigma philosophy,” Preston-Werner says. “That’s how they make sure their products have the right kind of quality and how they assemble teams. We have the GitHub way. And we think a lot of people can learn from that, and have better output, higher quality and much greater happiness doing it.”
Clive Thompson (@pomeranian99) is a WIRED contributing editor.
DeCSS update: The next round of a lawsuit over a DVD-decrypting utility begins next week.
ClassPass also introduced with the announcement other tiered membership options: five classes a month for $75 or 10 classes a month for $125. Users have the option to purchase additional classes directly through the ClassPass app once they’ve maxed out.
Top secret tools used by the National Security Agency are believed to be have been leaked by a group calling itself the “Shadow Brokers.”
Maiffret speculated that because of the similarities, hackers could launch attacks against unprotected systems as early as day’s end. “It’s going to be trivial,” he said. “This is an instant replay of a few weeks ago.”
“We aren’t good at engineering outcomes,” said Ian Calderon, director of Sundance’s digital programs, “but we are good at featuring new tools and technologies for filmmakers to explore and use to tell their stories. We try to highlight, support and underscore the new technologies, and then we hope for the best.”
A press release with details about Safari 5 was leaked on the web Monday afternoon, then promptly removed.
1 Update 03/14/18 12:25am EST This story has been updated to reflect that late Tuesday evening the first lawsuit brought against Pacific Fertility Center was filed in U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, San Francisco Division.
One operator keeps his camera fixed on a horizon with smoke rising from a bombing, and the sound of airplanes overhead. “They’re coming back,” the narrator says.
GeekMom: To start, lets talk about Peter Parker. He was trained in the first season, but where does his character start emotionally at the beginning of the new season and does that change throughout?