Thursday, June 18, 2015

Tales from the eBay Crypt

Feeding the Social Media Slot Machine

Behind the Internet’s first magazine

Encryption today: how safe is it really?

The Worst Internet Things bracket

Dealing with the digital afterlife of a hacker

Mad Mike, the homeless blogger who became a millionaire overnight

Losing the Internet You Grew Up With

Darpa Is Developing a Search Engine for the Dark Web

Bank Hackers Steal Millions via Malware

How the NYPD is using social media to put Harlem teens behind bars

This Is What Happens When You Repost an Instagram Photo 90 Times

Amazon won't be able to fly its delivery drones under the FAA's proposed drone rules

How to stay safe online: CNET's security checklist

Russian Hackers Have Been in White House System for Months, Officials Say

The hidden biases of Internet memes

The Weird, Money-Making World of Parody Twitter Accounts

Twitter is finally fixing the quote tweet button

Bitcoin Foundation is “effectively bankrupt,” board member says

Amazon launches “Home Services” business, wants to give you drum lessons

Meet Sonic, the anti-Comcast

Your Weather App Sucks

A new experiment tracks credit card data as it travels through the criminal web

Netflix Soars as Streaming-Video Customers Top 62 Million

Behind the Scenes of Barbie's Insanely Popular, Painstakingly-Produced Instagram

The future of Vimeo

The button: the fascinating social experiment driving Reddit crazy

Here’s What Scientists Learned In The Largest Systematic Study Of Email Habits

Amazon Can (Finally) Test Its Delivery Drones In the United States

4chan's Pepe the Frog is bigger than ever—and his creator feels good, man

This app helps you find and cheer up the saddest people on Twitter

How trolls chip away at women

The 2048 guys stole my iPhone game

The People Who Risk Jail to Maintain the Tor Network

Somewhere a mountain is shouting your tweets

Deprecating Non-Secure HTTP

Electric YouTube acid test: a brief guide to tripping on the internet

Who are Twitter’s Verified Users?

Sunk: How Ross Ulbricht ended up in prison for life

How Tumblr and MTV Killed the Neon Anti-Corporate Aesthetic of Vaporwave

Sean Parker: Philanthropy for Hackers

Instagram unfiltered

SpaceX founder files with government to provide Internet service from space

The Cuban Internet Crisis

How Reddit's mysterious April Fools' button inspired religions and cults

How to Disappear Completely: Linguistic Anonymity on the Internet

Hacking and the Future of Warfare

Moving Wikipedia From Computer to Many, Many Bookshelves

Hillary Clinton Dominates The Pack … In Fake Twitter Followers

Tales from the eBay Crypt

Millions of Samsung Galaxy Phones May Be Vulnerable to Hackers

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