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Why Sony's Breach Matters

blog.learningbyshipping.com – Dec 21, 10:00 PM – This past year has seen more wide-spread, massive-scale, and damaging computer system breaches than any time in history. The Sony breach is just the latest—not the first or most creative or even the most destructive computer system breach.
Marc Andreessen RT @stevesi: Why Sony's Breach Matters-my post view/history/context of this defining moment in evolution of enterprise compute. t.co/dAaUzEcV6r
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Tonight will be the longest night in the history of Earth

Vox – Joseph Stromberg – Dec 21, 6:00 AM – Today, you might already know, is the winter solstice. That means for people living in the Northern Hemisphere, it's the longest night of the year. However, as science blogger Colin Schultz points out, tonight will also be the longest night ever.
Steven Levy When they ask what Internet journalism was like in 2014 you can give them this link. t.co/7l46B8vaOE
Gene Hoffman RT @Popehat: CORRECTION: EVERYTHING THAT GUY JUST SAID WAS BULLSHIT. Unfortunately that guy was me. t.co/Po42rYM70q
Mathew Ingram Okay, so it turns out that tonight is *not* going to be the longest night ever -- that was in 1912, apparently: t.co/GeCfD4TUtj
Alex Burns It Gets Better > @mattdpearce Vox corrects its correction! Longest night was in 1912... maybe. t.co/z5D3D9mBjY
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How to Be an Expert in a Changing World

paulgraham.com – If the world were static, we could have monotonically increasing confidence in our beliefs. The more (and more varied) experience a belief survived, the less likely it would be false. Most people implicitly believe something like this about their…
Niv Dror RT @vkhosla: 'When experts are wrong, it's often because they're experts on an earlier version of the world' t.co/NxaWQtUtra
Mohammed Al Saqqaf RT @vkhosla: 'When experts are wrong, it's often because they're experts on an earlier version of the world' t.co/NxaWQtUtra
howardlindzon GENIUS - 'surround yourself with the sort of people new ideas come from' t.co/Z6dFB1rlwa I live this... everyone can
Patrick Vlaskovits "beliefs about the future are so rarely correct that they usually aren't worth the extra rigidity they impose" t.co/uggE4KNQTP
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Sony plans to release 'The Interview' on Crackle for free

nypost.com – Dana Sauchelli – Dec 21, 4:47 AM – Sony's current plan for “The Interview'' is to release the controversial comedy for free on Crackle, the streaming service it owns, sources said Sunday. Following Sony's decision to pull the James Franco-Seth Rogan movie after hackers…
tristan walker RT @nypost: Sony will release "The Interview" after all. For free. On Crackle t.co/GRukVC4ZW4 t.co/enicoVAuIY
Robert VerBruggen Looks like I'll be installing Crackle soon. t.co/o0tTELdEwM
Josh Felser Partially awesome that our startup, @Crackle, will debut #TheInterview. On the other hand, meh for giving in t.co/yXppqpCeEy
Josh Felser Partially awesome that our startup, @Crackle, will debut #thedictator. On the other hand, meh for giving in t.co/yXppqpCeEy
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YouTube's Chief, Hitting a New 'Play' Button

nytimes.com – Jonathan Mahler – Dec 20 – This fall, Susan Wojcicki, the chief executive of YouTube, appeared on a panel at Vanity Fair's inaugural technology conference in San Francisco. Sitting on the same stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where Steve Jobs once introduced the…
Matthew Lynley RT @pkafka: NYT profile of @SusanWojcicki says Amazon outbid Google for Twitch. Nope. t.co/HJ4Nb4moY0
Beth Carpenter When I grow up, I want to be Susan Wojcicki >> MT @carr2n: YouTube's Chief t.co/pcwe0wsAec @jonathanmahler
david carr YouTube's Chief, Hitting a New 'Play' Button t.co/M9tVebkMuy @jonathanmahler on a remaking from within.
Zac Moffatt YouTube's Chief, Hitting a New 'Play' Button t.co/kJrGa2wNkd
Emily Steel +1 MT @peterlattman: So much great stuff in this profile of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, by @jonathanmahler t.co/SC9I8gU0nk
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In 2008 Mumbai Attacks, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle

nytimes.com – James Glanz – Dec 21 – In the fall of 2008, a 30-year-old computer expert named Zarrar Shah roamed from outposts in the northern mountains of Pakistan to safe houses near the Arabian Sea, plotting mayhem in Mumbai, India's commercial gem. Mr. Shah, the technology chief…
Dan Scheinman In 2008 Mumbai Killings, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle t.co/a0WU9KEJro
Sandy Hendry Pakistan drags feet punishing Mumbai attack plotters as rest of world acts on 'piles' of data. t.co/8GVZcdlmTI
Kittu Kolluri In 2008 Mumbai Killings, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle t.co/AHalIdLrIc
Nicholas Kristof Fascinating tale behind the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks--and a reminder of complicity of Pakistan's ISI t.co/irnV0t6I0w
Robert MacMillan RT @Rezhasan: Brilliant piece on digital surveillance gathering inputs on Mumbai attacks that were never pieced together t.co/ndOXbB0xFL #longread
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Two eras of the internet: pull and push

cdixon blog – cdixon – Dec 21, 1:48 AM – The evolution of the internet is an extremely complex topic. Sometimes it is helpful to find broad patterns that make it easier to understand. One simplifying pattern comes from the two types of actions internet users take: pull and push. Pull Push…
Niv Dror Two eras of the internet: pull and push - @cdixon blog t.co/8M7E7kBMGJ via @nuzzel
Craig Silverman RT @lpolgreen: We all know who won the pull era of the internet. Who will win the push era? Smart @cdixon. t.co/3vuhuiwcsG
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Hacking at Sony Over 'The Interview' Reveals Hollywood's Failings, Too

nytimes.com David Carr (@carr2n) – Dec 21 – Kim Jong-un, who appears to be America's newly self-appointed minister of culture, has decided that “The Interview,” the Seth Rogen film about North Korea that includes Mr. Kim's assassination, will not be released. On Thursday, a…
Emily Steel RT @laurensblum: This @carr2n story on the #TheInterview debacle offers a brilliant solution: play the movie everywhere and anywhere. t.co/FhODBMntyz
david carr RT @laurensblum: This @carr2n story on the #TheInterview debacle offers a brilliant solution: play the movie everywhere and anywhere. t.co/FhODBMntyz
Ryan Lackey RT @eastdakota: Why what we're doing at @CloudFlare matters. Bullies shouldn't be able to censor content. Period. t.co/4041JavmuQ #playthemovie
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May: I'll kick out foreign graduates

The Sunday Times – Dec 21 – The home secretary has warned the prime minister that failure to act on foreign students will make it impossible for him to hit his target of annual net migration in the tens of thousands (Ben Cawthra) FOREIGN students would be kicked out of the…
priya joseph RT @DannyQuah: How to ruin a world-leading nation: First, reject the educated and talented who come to you t.co/BOdYz3HC6t t.co/RbX3quqsBg
Brian O'Malley RT @DannyQuah: How to ruin a world-leading nation: First, reject the educated and talented who come to you t.co/BOdYz3HC6t t.co/RbX3quqsBg
Adam Quinton MT @dannyquah How to ruin a world-leading nation - reject the educated/talented who come 2 U t.co/2RfmMRosPq t.co/5pLentOiix
Michael Hendrix RT @DannyQuah: How to ruin a world-leading nation: First, reject the educated and talented who come to you t.co/BOdYz3HC6t t.co/RbX3quqsBg
Pierre Briançon RT @Verwaayen: t.co/UU3q7fimg6 if this is true it is a sad low point in politics: kicking out those who help you most, just to appear tough
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Justine Sacco Is Good at Her Job, and How I Came To Peace With Her

Gawker – Sam Biddle – The internet is a mountain, and if you climb that mountain, waiting for you at the top will be person with whom you need to make peace. I climbed my mountain and a woman named Justine Sacco was there. One year ago today, Justine Sacco was the…
Michael Wiik RT @jayeskenazi: Stop being so judgmental...Justine Sacco Is Good at Her Job, and How I Came To Peace With Her t.co/Wj8drDCSpv
Michael Wiik 'she just wanted me to consider her a person, and not a meme' t.co/wkPpgJvyBn
con o'donnell RT @Neo_4583: [Not everything is shareable] Justine Sacco Is Good at Her Job, and How I Came To Peace With Her t.co/6XJXB6NfOt
Ahmed Alfi RT @davemcclure: from "Hell Must Be Freezing Over Right About Now Dept" -- thoughtful introspection by @samfbiddle: t.co/w23SBv17xr
Tim Freeman "How could anyone have misread my irony?" t.co/zjeEPeVxYH
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Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface

nytimes.com – Jane Perlez – Dec 20 – BEIJING — When a retired Chinese general with impeccable Communist Party credentials recently wrote a scathing account of North Korea as a recalcitrant ally headed for collapse and unworthy of support, he exposed a roiling debate in China…
Michael B. Kelley RT @intelwire: Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface t.co/eci1TsWqQr
Banker's Umbrella Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface t.co/8EcqAfOtt2
Hayes Brown RT @morgfair: Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface t.co/tOXZSpX7UP Relations hit a low point cc: @shicooks @The_News_Diva
TProphet If the Chinese Army is speaking in the Global Times, North Korea should be listening. Carefully. t.co/BV9ORsfjcU
Morgan Fairchild Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface t.co/tOXZSpX7UP Relations hit a low point cc: @shicooks @The_News_Diva
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