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#25: How We Rise Up  

Anthony wakes up feeling uninspired until his passengers share how they motivate when times are tough. In this episode: a former Ivy League basketball player overcomes self-doubt; a woman rebuilds her career after an unusual allergic reaction; a cancer survivor's outlook on her career changes after her diagnosis; and how a woman has motivated herself to exercise every day for nearly 15 years. -BACKSEAT RIDER FEEDBACK LINE: 312-709-4667 -NEW LYFT USERS: use promo code BACKSEATRIDER for up to $50 in free ride credit -This episode is brought to you by Harry's (free trial--awesome razors--at Harrys.com/Backseat), Blue Apron (first 3 meals free at BlueApron.com/Backseat), and TrueCar (www.truecar.com)

Love Yourself First  

This week we blow your mind with the truth about bra sizes (no one knows their correct one!), break down the three types of porn users in the world, and cheer on a listener who told off the skeeziest jerk on Tinder. This week's episode is brought to you by Thred Up, Blue Apron and Le Tote.

Risky Business #449 -- Machine Learning: Woot or woo?  

On this week’s show I’ll be playing part two of my interview with In-Q-Tel’s chief security officer Dan Geer. That’s all about machine learning in infosec. Is it actually going to turn into something? Or is it just another infosec thought bubble?

This week’s sponsor interview is with Dan Guido of Trail of Bits.

Trail of Bits is a New York-based security engineering and testing company that does very interesting work. They don’t just break apps, they actually work on securing them. With that in mind, Dan’s team has been looking at implementing control flow integrity protections to various software projects. So we speak to him about the llvm versus Microsoft control flow guard approach, which is achievable. We also speak to him about mcsema, a tool they developed for reversing binaries into an intermediate language.

Adam Boileau, as always, joins us to talk about the week’s security news.

Links to items discussed in this week’s show have moved – they’re now included in this post, below.

Oh, and do add Patrick, or Adam on Twitter if that’s your thing.

Show notes Google takes Symantec to the woodshed for mis-issuing 30,000 HTTPS certs [updated] | Ars Technica Here’s the Data Republicans Just Allowed ISPs to Sell Without Your Consent - Motherboard Did China Just Help North Korea Steal $81M From The Fed? New WikiLeaks dump: The CIA built Thunderbolt exploit, implants to target Macs | Ars Technica WikiLeaks Dark Matter Release Shows CIA Interdiction of iPhone Supply Chain | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Think Tank: Cyber Firm at Center of Russian Hacking Charges Misread Data Cyber Firm Rewrites Part of Disputed Russian Hacking Report Michael Koziarski on Twitter: "FedEx’s web tech is so old they’re offering you $5 to enable flash… https://t.co/HRAj1Qgrjq cc @riskybusiness" eBay Asks Users to Downgrade Security — Krebs on Security Doxed by Microsoft’s Docs.com: Users unwittingly shared sensitive docs publicly | Ars Technica Android Security Is Better But Still Has a Long Way to Go | WIRED Shielding MAC addresses from stalkers is hard and Android fails miserably at it | Ars Technica Ransomware scammers exploited Safari bug to extort porn-viewing iOS users | Ars Technica Potent LastPass exploit underscores the dark side of password managers | Ars Technica APT29 Used Domain Fronting, Tor to Execute Backdoor | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Experts Doubt Hacker’s Claim Of Millions Of Breached Apple Credentials | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Whoops: The DOJ May Have Confirmed Some of the Wikileaks CIA Dump - Motherboard Apple Just Banned the App That Tracks US Drone Strikes, Again - Motherboard A Hackable Dishwasher Is Connecting Hospitals to the Internet of Shit - Motherboard McSema: I’m liftin’ it | Trail of Bits Blog The Challenges of Deploying Security Mitigations | Trail of Bits Blog
Tech News Today 1734: Own Your Apathy  

Facebook is rolling out an update today that will make it look a lot like Snapchat. And Instagram. And What's App. The world's most popular social networking app now has what it calls "Stories," photos/videos that disappear after 24 hours and can be seen by all your Facebook friends. Like all those other apps, there are interactive filters, emoji, and text to add to what you share. Stories, of course, gives Facebook a new place to sell and insert ads.

For the second time in only two weeks we're hearing that a security vulnerability in LastPass could allow for remote code execution or password theft. Tavis Ormandy from Google tweeted about the exploit a few days ago, which he said he worked out in his head, while taking a shower.

Tinder wants you to give a swipe on your laptop. The popular dating app launched a desktop web version of its mobile app called Tinder Online. The company says the web version was built for singles in emerging markets who don't have enough storage on their phone for the app or a big enough data plan for Tinder, which relies on photos that users swipe and now click and drag left or right. The website only handles swiping and messaging, and so far none of Tinder's paid features like Tinder Boost or Super Like.

We talk about the privacy failures of the FBI's facial recognition database and why one developer's app keeps getting rejected from Apple's app store. Plus, Iain Thomson is here to talk about what to do now that the Senate and the House have voted to overturn the broadband privacy rules.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Nathan Olivarez-Giles

Guest: Iain Thomson

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TNT 1734: Own Your Apathy  

Facebook is rolling out an update today that will make it look a lot like Snapchat. And Instagram. And What's App. The world's most popular social networking app now has what it calls "Stories," photos/videos that disappear after 24 hours and can be seen by all your Facebook friends. Like all those other apps, there are interactive filters, emoji, and text to add to what you share. Stories, of course, gives Facebook a new place to sell and insert ads.

For the second time in only two weeks we're hearing that a security vulnerability in LastPass could allow for remote code execution or password theft. Tavis Ormandy from Google tweeted about the exploit a few days ago, which he said he worked out in his head, while taking a shower.

Tinder wants you to give a swipe on your laptop. The popular dating app launched a desktop web version of its mobile app called Tinder Online. The company says the web version was built for singles in emerging markets who don't have enough storage on their phone for the app or a big enough data plan for Tinder, which relies on photos that users swipe and now click and drag left or right. The website only handles swiping and messaging, and so far none of Tinder's paid features like Tinder Boost or Super Like.

We talk about the privacy failures of the FBI's facial recognition database and why one developer's app keeps getting rejected from Apple's app store. Plus, Iain Thomson is here to talk about what to do now that the Senate and the House have voted to overturn the broadband privacy rules.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Iain Thomson

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FLOSS Weekly 427: Anchore  

Anchore provides users with insight and control over the contents of containers from the start of development all the way to production. Developers will have access to thousands of applications ready to run right "off the shelf" and the ability to quickly build and publish their own images.

Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Aaron Newcomb

Guests: Dan Nurmi and Tim Gerla

Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly

Here's what's coming up for FLOSS in the future.

Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email Randal at merlyn@stonehenge.com

Thanks to CacheFly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast and Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music.

FLOSS Weekly 427: Anchore  

Anchore provides users with insight and control over the contents of containers from the start of development all the way to production. Developers will have access to thousands of applications ready to run right "off the shelf" and the ability to quickly build and publish their own images.

Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Aaron Newcomb

Guests: Dan Nurmi and Tim Gerla

Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly

Here's what's coming up for FLOSS in the future.

Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email Randal at merlyn@stonehenge.com

Thanks to CacheFly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast and Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music.

Guardian Radio Episode 204  

So this week something BIG was officially announced and even leaked a bit. You know what it was so we don’t need to say anymore. Get HYPED for Destiny 2!!!!

Don’t forget to send in your questions and topics to us to feedback@theguardiansofdestiny.com. You can also send us a voicemail that we may play on air to http://www.speakpipe.com/guardianradio. You can also hit us up on Twitter @GuardiansofD. If you enjoy the show you can subscribe to it on iTunes. Be sure to hit us up with a rating and review while you’re there. Join us for the LIVE recording of each episode every Monday on Twitch.tv at 10:30PM EST/ 7:30PM PST. If you can’t catch the LIVE recording you can catch a replay with the Twitch chat on our YouTube channel. Android users can also tune in via the Destiny Community Hub App. As always…Guardians! Embrace your Destiny!

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WA reserves some of its gas, so why can't the eastern states?  

Australia's east coast gas crisis has prompted calls from big industrial energy users to set aside some gas for domestic consumers, replicating a policy already in place in Western Australia.

HOWARD BLOOM VS. PAUL - Trump Takes a Loss -  Louie Gohmert is Forrest Gump - Drunken Peasants #339  

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sarcasm  

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for March 27, 2017 is:

sarcasm • \SAHR-kaz-um\  • noun

1 : a sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain

2 a : a mode of satirical wit depending for its effect on bitter, caustic, and often ironic language that is usually directed against an individual

b : the use or language of sarcasm

Examples:

"I'm seeing more and more of my friends coming to watch the races instead of being a part of them. And then, some of the girls that are racing against me are literally half my age. It's awesome. Don't know if you can hear my sarcasm—really awesome." — Lindsey Vonn, The Associated Press, 3 Nov. 2015

"Often, users on social media tend to portray complicated social and political issues as simple and obvious, at times employing sarcasm or satire to disparage those who disagree." — James Lee, The Daily Pennsylvanian (University of Pennsylvania), 12 Feb. 2017

Did you know?

If you've ever been hurt by a remark full of cutting sarcasm, you have some insight into the origins of the word. Sarcasm can be traced back to the Greek verb sarkazein, which initially meant "to tear flesh like a dog." Sarkazein eventually developed extended senses of "to bite one's lips in rage," "to gnash one's teeth," and "to sneer." The verb led to the Greek noun sarkasmos, ("a sneering or hurtful remark"), iterations of which passed through French and Late Latin before arriving in English as sarcasm in the 17th century. Even today sarcasm is often described as sharp, cutting, or wounding, reminiscent of the original meaning of the Greek verb.



Mac Power Users 370: Automation with Sal Soghoian  

Sal Soghoian, the father of automation on the Mac, joins Katie and David to discuss the state of Mac an iOS automation. Sal discusses the history of Automation on the Mac, the possibilities for Automation on iOS and the tools and languages available to put the power in the hands of the user.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST  

This really is a tale as old as time. This is one of the two original stories that inspired "Beauty and the Beast" as we know it today. The first Beauty and the Beast was written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villenueve, circa 1748. This version, written about 16 years later, was an abridged version of the same, penned by Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont,, who, incidentally to historians, was married to a French spy named Thomas Pinchon. As we tell this story today, the live action movie Beauty and the Beast is set to premiere, and is expected to garner a number of awards, as has every other version of this story from Disney animation to Broadway. The tale of the “Beast”, the man who appeared more like a wolf than a man, was very likely inspired by the real life of Petrus Gonsolvus, born in 1537 on the Canary island of Tenerife with a rare condition called hypertrichosis, which covered his face and body with hair, making him look half-man, half wolf. He was considered a wild man, and kept in a cage, and treated and fed like an animal, before shipped to King Henry II of France as a gift. The King, realizing that this was a gentle man, took pity on him, freed him, and brought him up in the royal court. We will tell his incredible story in next week’s 1001 Heroes episode. This audio presentation is inspired by and dedicated to a special person in my life: Lady Ashton Rose Get your free App at the iTunes App Store and get reminders whenever we publish a new show. Android users enjoy www.podbay.fm, stitcher.com, and our host site www.audioboom.com (search 1001 heroes and 1001 Classic Short Stories). Twitter: @1001Podcast Facebook.com/1001Heroes Email: 1001storiespodcast@gmail.com We appreciate our donors at www.patreon.com/1001Heroes Just $1-$5 month helps us in BIG ways! Music: Camille St. Saens Acquarium From The Carnival of Animals, Budapest Orchestra We appreciate reviews at iTunes- take a few minutes to help us grow. And share our show with others! Thanks #BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Are encrypted messages doing us more harm than good?  

UK home secretary Amber Rudd says social media apps such as WhatsApp, which encrypts users messages, should not be a hiding place for terrorists. IT lecturer Paul Bernal, former privacy analyst at Google Susan Landau and former head of cyber security at the MOD Major General Jonathan Shaw, discuss whether government surveillance on encrypted messages will improve national security. (Image: Computer hacking. Credit: Thinkstock)

MyMac Podcast 649: Hackables  

The Turkish Crime Family have threatened the GMen! Yes, us and 559 million of our closest friends! Well, to be honest they have no idea who we are and we have no idea who they are. Apple knows though and iCloud users are being threatened with the destruction of their data if Apple doesn’t pay up! It’s all kinda Keystone Cop-like except this time the Keystoners are the criminals. Also, Guy MIGHT be right about something! Yeah, the Men can’t believe it either.

Ep. 162: Is Sony Really Keeping the Good Stuff for Itself? - and more  

Episode 162 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Is Sony keeping the best sensors for themselves...or not? And, would anyone be surprised if they do? (#)

Fujifilm announces a large number of new features to be rolled out via two firmware updates. (#)

The Trump White House is Flickr-free thus far. (#)

Cactus announces an upcoming firmware update which will maintain TTL and HSS  across a number of camera and flash brands. (#)

A wealth of knowledge is available online from the School of Visual Arts. (#)

Instagram will soon be rolling out additional business features which many photographers can make use of. (#)

Rumors are that Canon will be throwing 5D Mark IV users a bone with C-Log. (#)

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Twitter hopes paid subscriptions can keep the website afloat  

Twitter is considering a paid subscription service for some of its high-level users. The service would help businesses retain a greater control over their social media presence, and give them more access to users' habits. It's been a free platform for 11 years, so who would pay?

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Ep. 15 - How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Disney Remake (GUEST: Katey Rich from VF)  

Joanna Robinson is joined by Katey Rich from Vanityfair.com to discuss why Disney Remakes aren't so bad after all. Read Katey's article about the subject here: http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/03/beauty-and-the-beast-remake-acceptance Joanna and David discuss Ryan Murphy's FEUD with Julie Miller from Vanity Fair. Can a show that is so rooted in and enamored of Old Hollywood teach us lessons about New Hollywood? Probably. Shownotes: (0:20) Intro and Katey Rich joins us (44:03) Pop culture recommendations Subscribe to this show via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=1183001461&mt=2&ls=1 Subscribe to this show via RSS: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:272776774/sounds.rss Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/genpopshow Email us at genpopshow@gmail.com All music is used under Creative Commons from freemusicarchive.org: Intro music - "RSPN" by Blank Kytt from the album "Heavy, Crazy, Serious" Interval music - "I'm Going for a Coffee" by Lee Rosevere from the album "Music for Podcasts 3" Ending music - "Enthusiast" by Tours from the album "Enthusiast"

354 - Quinta-feira, 23/03/2017  

Novidades nos apps do Google, caronas no Waze no Brasil, iPhone vermelho muquiado na China, Siri x Alexa na rede Marriott, Enviar para o Kindle no iOS, cartão-presente da Starbucks no iOS e Outlook, evento do Pokémon Go, aluguel de filmes em cartaz, o retorno do status do WhatsApp, Instagram de olho nas contas empresariais e anunciantes, Facebook Live chega a computadores, GIF estroboscópico vira arma letal, Uber promete melhorar, falha no LastPass, acompanhamento de consumo da Vivo fixa, Airbnb muda de nome na China.

Sobre o Podcast

O Loop Matinal é um podcast do Loop Infinito que traz as notícias mais importantes do mundo da tecnologia para quem não tem tempo de ler sites e blogs de tecnologia.

Marcus Mendes apresenta um resumo rápido e conciso das notícias mais importantes, sempre com bom-humor e um toque de acidez.

Confira as notícias das últimas 24h, e até amanhã!

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Airbnb vira Aibiying na China: 
http://skift.com/2017/03/22/airbnb-rebrands-in-china-to-better-compete-with-local-rivals/ 

Falha no LastPass pode ter permitido vazamento de informações: 
http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/22/15023062/lastpass-security-flaw-passwords 

Uber se compromete a tomar jeito: 
http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/21/15012712/uber-harrassment-kalanick-staying-huffington-conference-call 

Juri diz que GIF estroboscópico deve ser encarado como arma letal: 
http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/22/15017080/gif-deadly-weapon-us-jury-kurt-eichenwald 

Facebook Live ganha suporte a transmissão de jogos com câmeras de terceiros:
http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/22/15020458/facebook-live-broadcast-from-pc-computer-game-streaming 

Instagram atinge a marca de 1 milhão de anunciantes mensais: 
https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/22/instagram-grows-to-1m-active-advertisers-plans-to-add-more-data-and-direct-booking/ 

Instagram permitirá reserva de horários para estabelecimentos comerciais: 
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-22/instagram-to-let-users-book-with-businesses-in-challenge-to-yelp 

Status clássico retorna ao WhatsApp para iOS: 
https://macmagazine.com.br/2017/03/21/whatsapp-traz-de-volta-o-antigo-status-do-usuario-mantendo-tambem-o-novo-videos-agora-sao-reproduzidos-imediatamente/ 

Estudios de cinema pensam em permitir alugueis de filmes em cartaz: 
http://variety.com/2017/film/news/studios-premium-vod-early-1202013205/ 

Pokémon Go terá evento digital chamado Water Festival: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/22/pokemon-go-water-festival-in-game-event-item/amp/ 

Starbucks permitirá envio de café-presente via iMessage: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/22/starbucks-apple-messages-apple-pay-april/amp/ 

App do Kindle para o iOS implementa recurso "Enviar para o Kindle" no Safari: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/21/kindle-iphone-ipad-save-to-articles-safari/amp/ 

Siri e Alexa disputam implementação em quartos da rede Marriott: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/22/marriott-aloft-siri-alexa/amp/ 

Apple não chama o iPhone 7 de Product Red na China: 
https://www.macrumors.com/2017/03/22/apple-drops-iphone-7-productred-branding-in-china/ 

Caro

#24: First Kiss  

Everybody remembers their first kiss...right? Passengers divulge the details of their own memories to Anthony, including a man who explains why his first kiss didn't happen until age 21. -BACKSEAT RIDER FEEDBACK LINE: 312-709-4667 -NEW LYFT USERS: use promo code BACKSEATRIDER for up to $50 in free ride credit This episode presented by TRUECAR (www.truecar.com)

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