Fuzzy Buzz

Apr 14

Facebook, If You're Serious About Privacy Controls, Let Me Control Them -

The Facebook privacy merry-go-round continues. The company has systematically destroyed any option that was actually useful for narrowcasting your social life, yet it keeps pretending to care.

Ruh-roh. Heartbleed affects networking gear from Cisco and Juniper, too -

Hoo boy… Back to using checks and stamps?

Apr 10

The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now -

Get busy, chile…

No seriously, change your passwords — and be glad you still can | PandoDaily

The silencing of the Deaf

Franken: Comcast called Time Warner Cable a competitor until they wanted to merge | Ars Technica -

The Comcast bullshit-go-round gets repetitive.

Apr 09

You’re Doin’ It Wrong | Re/code -

Overly long and a bit utopian, but when Steven Sinofsky writes about business practices, pay some attention. His advocacy for changing the culture of the perfect document and the all-hands meeting is refreshing if not entirely realistic.

Apr 08

OkCupid's CEO Donated to an Anti-Gay Campaign Once, Too | Mother Jones -

This is looking more like a ploy to sabotage Firefox than a moral crusade.

The Growing Shadow BRAC

The Next Big Thing You Missed: Stanford Dropouts Build Excel Spreadsheet That Doesn’t Totally Suck -

Now THIS is a useful app.