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A Look at the Line Between Internet Trolling and Harassment

3 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

PBS Idea Channel host Mike Rugnetta took a look at the line between internet trolling and harassment, and whether that line even exists. The video explores how the perception of trolling has changed over time, and uses recent events like the harassment of Leslie Jones as examples. For pretty much as long as there has […]

Donald Glover's 'Atlanta' Explores Just How Much Poverty Sucks

4 days agoNews : Vice News

Episode four of the brilliant new show featured an ethnically ambiguous internet troll and the odyssey-like struggle of being poor.

AirStrip Granted FDA 510(k) Clearance, Patent for AirStrip ONE App

AirStrip announced it has received FDA 510(k) clearance to a web client for the AirStrip ONE® mobile interoperability platform and app that can be run on desktops and laptops using Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. AirStrip ONE® provides...Show More Summary

Internet of Things Security from the Ground Up

This article explores how the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite provides a secure and private Internet of Things cloud solution.

5 Fixes for Common Microsoft Edge Problems

Microsoft’s slick browser is a welcome contrast to the fusty old Internet Explorer that it succeeded. It’s faster, less cluttered, and has a snappy (dare I say “edgy”?)  name that stands up well to Chrome and Firefox. But the Edge experience has also been blunted for many people by a bunch of small but frustrating problems. Show More Summary

Microsoft used fudged tests to pretend the Edge browser is actually good

The inbuilt Windows browser, whether you're talking about Internet Explorer or Edge, mostly exists to be the butt of bad jokes. But Microsoft has greater aspirations for Edge, and it's working hard to make it a real browser. It's made...Show More Summary

PayPal’s One Touch platform used by 36 million consumers and 5 million merchants

Seventeen years ago, PayPal was founded as a way for people to transact on the internet. Since then, the payment processing company has expanded its thinking to explore how it can expand its impact, not only on the web, but also on mobile. And with numerous options for people to pay, PayPal wants to be perceived as […]

The United Kingdom could be getting its own ‘Great British Firewall’

The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) is exploring the creation of a national internet filter, according to Ciaran Martin, the head of Britain’s newly-formed cybersecurity agency. While the plan is to use the filter to weed out malicious...Show More Summary

Senior official says UK exploring national internet filter

LONDON (AP) — The head of Britain's newly formed cybersecurity agency says authorities are exploring the creation of a national internet filter to block malicious software and rogue websites.

Microsoft patches critical IE bug that was under attack for nearly three years

Microsoft has decided that an Internet Explorer bug it knew of last year was in fact worth patching.

Internet Explorer will soon start blocking outdated versions of Adobe Flash on Windows 7

Microsoft has announced that it will soon start blocking outdated versions of Adobe Flash Player from running in Internet Explorer on Windows 7....

Microsoft’s new IoT Grove Kit makes it easier to explore the Internet of Things

The new Microsoft IoT Grove Kit is an easy to use solution for Makers, as well as a powerful prototyping platform for IoT startups and enterprise innovators. Building up an IoT project on a Raspberry Pi has never been an easy job for most developers as it involves messy hardware connections and complicated software programming. […]

Great Job, Internet!: Live in the dissonance of David Lynch’s works in this video essay

Fresh off his Mulholland Drive being named the best film of the 21st century (so far), a new video essay delves into the works of David Lynch and explores the chief narrative constructs that fuel his vision. Channel Criswell (a.k.a.Show More Summary

Broken Reality is a first-person game set in a psychedelic re-imagining of the Internet.

Broken Reality is a first-person game set in a psychedelic re-imagining of the Internet. You’ll be able to explore and meet characters as you please, and areas will function as representations of online subcultures. It looks weird as hell, like the final dream of a dying Dreamcast. It’s on Kickstarter right now. Read more...

Xbox One background music support coming to Pandora today

A new update for the Pandora Xbox One app will soon be available that will allow users to listen to their tunes in the background while either playing games or using another application, such as Internet Explorer, or Microsoft Edge,Show More Summary

Exploring the Art Galaxy in the WikiVerse, a 3-D Visualization of Wikipedia

4 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

After the singularity, how will we explain the internet pastime of going down a Wikihole to our cyborg children?

Download updates from Microsoft’s Update Catalog without IE

4 weeks agoTechnology :

The following guide provides you with information on how to download updates from Microsoft's Update Catalog service without using Internet Explorer. Microsoft made several changes to updates and how updates are delivered when it released windows 10. Show More Summary

Exercise Your Brain And Explore The City's Most Interesting Ideas At TEDxNewYork

What does it mean to be a free person? What's the best way to speak up at work? Is there a better way to treat depression? What's next for Black Lives Matter? Who owns your internet? Why is your landlord so inflexible? [ more › ]

Picture this: Exploring the Internet of Visuals

last monthTechnology : Gigaom

As eagerly awaited as it is wide-ranging, Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends Report is a data goldmine for anyone who wants to…

Great Job, Internet!: Black actors share their disheartening audition stories

As Aziz Ansari recently explored in Master Of None, being an Indian actor means frequently getting called in for the most stereotypical roles imaginable. And now a new YouTube series is exploring that reality from the black perspective as well. Show More Summary

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