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If your Mac has recently been attacked by malware,... →
(shiver) For Apple this might just be the price of success. The truth is, Apple doesn’t have any magic potion that protects its machines. Rather, Macs have enjoyed something techies called “security through obscurity,” meaning there were so few Macs out there that hackers didn’t bother to target them, preferring instead to go after Windows PCs, which represented 95 percent of the market.
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I’ve always used noiseland, but am considering this as a new option…
David Leonard (producer) →
This man is badass. He also is doing my upcoming record. Amazing.
Nothing was stolen, and the doors of the SUV were still locked. But the back...– Mike Giglio visited Bozeman, Montana, where police have been called to Mortenson’s home after his wife reported that he was “assaultive” and “screaming,” and a Secret Service agent has been asking questions. (via cheatsheet)
Fearsome lawn ornament shot dead by cops →
I used to have a fake alligator at my place when I was single. It was only 8 inches long, but damn, people used to jump as they walked up to the door. Her name was Brigette. newsweek: msnbc: Sometimes, concrete alligators look very, very real. Can we talk about the man’s reasoning for keeping a concrete alligator? Per the report: “Gentry says the landowner told officers he put the fake...
Behance Outfitter: Action Journal →
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Ten Good Years
This March marked the 10 Year Anniversary of the release of my first record, “If Not For This,” with the amazing Josh Elson. It is hard to believe how quickly the years have sped by— in fact, it happened so fast, I didn’t realize it had happened until now. June- 3 months late! Hard to believe that it was lost on me. I think of my records as my babies, and if I had a 10...
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The Cheat Sheet: Sharon Begley breaks down whether... →
cheatsheet: Sharon Begley breaks down whether cell phones really present a cancer risk, following the new WHO report: The suggestive but ambiguous, even contradictory, evidence that cell phones increase the risk of brain cancer is why the IARC panel put cell phones in the “possibly” category when it comes…