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What you need to know about artificial intelligence, and the imminent robot future

5 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

From autonomous warfare to still-distant sentience, artificial intelligence in 2015 is nothing like we expected. Here are three things every geek who dreamed of a robot future needs to know.

The Perception of Control

As we create positive experiences, we sometimes create the perception of control, even when the user doesn't actually control the situation. This week, author Marli Mesibov discusses the ethics involved in designing for perception rather than reality. The post The Perception of Control appeared first on UX Booth.

4 Powerful Ways You Can Automate Your Marketing

5 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

Marketing once used to be about carefully debated messages that were packaged in the most appealing ways by people who looked like Jon Hamm for people who looked like you and I to buy more. No more. And that's not […] Post from: Search...Show More Summary

What You Need to Know About Google’s Search Analytics Report by @alexanderkesler

Google’s new Search Analytics Report gives a lot of power back to SEO experts, and this latest improvement is a breath of fresh air for digital marketers. The post What You Need to Know About Google’s Search Analytics Report by @alexanderkesler appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

How to Get Your First 1,000 Followers on Pinterest by @neilpatel

Pinterest is actually one of the highest converting social sites on the web, especially for e-commerce. But how do you get started on Pinterest? The post How to Get Your First 1,000 Followers on Pinterest by @neilpatel appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Because I Didn’t Smile

Originally published on Medium two years ago today on July 23, 2013 “You haven’t smiled even once today,” he growls at me. “Yes I have.” “No…you haven’t.” And I sulk some more. So what if I’ve been lost in thought today? I have a lot going on. There’s a lot on my mind. Why do [Keep Reading...]

Geek Reading August 4, 2015

Today we have a few good security related stories. First, arstechnica reports on a new attack on Tor that can deanonymize hidden services with “surprising accuracy”. Next, The Register talks about Pager Duty being hacked weeks ago and just coming clean about it. The Next Web reports on a DNS exploit that is already in […]

Thousands of Apps Set to Crash Upon Android M Release

SourceDNA, a code transparency and analytics service provider, has reported a flaw in thousands of apps that will likely cause a crash when Android M goes live. Google recently announced the move from OpenSSL to BoringSSL, which lies at the heart of the problem with so many apps across the Google Play Store.

How a Life-Long Entrepreneur Transformed into a Full-Time Author

11 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

Joanna Penn is a life-long entrepreneur that has also worked for major corporations and has even run her own scuba diving business. But after years of not finding what made her happy, she turned to writing books and found the true success she’d wanted all along. Show More Summary

Popcorn Time Vulnerable to Hack Attacks, Researcher Says

A fork of the popular Popcorn Time application is vulnerable to hacking attacks, a researcher says. Antonios Chariton, aka DaKnOb, says that a man-in-the-middle attacker can gain complete control of a target machine. Fortunately he also has some advice for the software's developers to help put matters right. Show More Summary

Inside the Sad, Expensive Failure of Google Plus

Remember Google Plus? Seth Fiegerman goes behind the scenes on its creation for Mashable: For those elsewhere in the company, Google’s approach to Plus represented a radical departure. Most Google projects started small and grew organically in scale and importance. Show More Summary

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