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  • Thu, 15:54: feisty move; Microsoft made a phishing protection extension for Chrome (already built in with Edge)� https://t.co/0RNkMCFejy
  • Thu, 15:56: RT @jimwaterson: You really should read this full story about the money laundering investigation into a company which donated £1.5m to the…
  • Thu, 16:04: RT @MaximRouiller: @ScottCate @jimbobbennett @WBellevueHotel I still have trouble understanding how an expense report for a 3 cities trip w…
  • Thu, 16:06: RT @benschwarz: Did you know that Oracle owns the trademark for the word “JavaScript”? No? Did you know they’ve been issuing “cease and des…
  • Thu, 16:08: of course the reason that JS is called JavaScript is because the same company that wanted to call itself Mosaic - w… https://t.co/ylNvHlgleh
  • Fri, 00:39: I think it's time for @sbisson & I to restart #lavreviews Sexy Fish; glorious marble & onyx walls, marble trough si… https://t.co/pVwJSTqRWQ
  • Fri, 00:49: RT @IanSkerrett: JavaOne is being renamed Oracle Code One. Pretty clear to me, Oracle is now positioning this an Oracle vendor event not an…
  • Fri, 00:52: RT @nimrodyo: The Windows Defender System Guard runtime attestation feature is REALLY amazing! But now, it surely depends on the vendors to…
  • Fri, 00:53: RT @FioraAeterna: by the way, if you're running a compiler team, make sure that you don't just dump all the responsibility for "generating…
  • Fri, 00:54: RT @adhall_msft: So this is really $40 per question because Microsoft matches the donations. Come on, get to the #RSAC booth and stump @ad
  • Fri, 00:58: When you work really late you start underclocking. You might do good work much more slowly or bad work slowly. *go… https://t.co/jRtsyqjsWP
  • Fri, 11:06: RT @JuliusGoat: Having a libertarian in the car is like having a back-seat driver who insists the steering wheel is a unicycle and keeps tr…
  • Fri, 11:07: I ❤ Wondermark https://t.co/iTygeCSWpr
  • Fri, 11:21: Facebook *really* doesn't understand how much we don't trust them. Where is the no, never, and stop other people us… https://t.co/PiXIyHS8pA
  • Fri, 11:36: Striking feature of the Windrush debate in parliament is how little detail the Home Secretary has of individual cas… https://t.co/NtHaESYsDE
  • Fri, 11:37: RT @clemensv: ... and some even rode the crypto wave to make some hay, I have a hard time finding people in the distributed systems platfor…
  • Fri, 11:37: RT @clemensv: Engineers at the center of the industry understand the qualities of append-only logs, understand signatures and non-repudiati…
  • Fri, 11:37: RT @clemensv: Convergence to a singular global log with many candidate writers and many replicas makes it hard to reach consensus and for t…
  • Fri, 11:37: RT @clemensv: The tradeoff the "nobody is trusted" blockchain model makes, is that it literally trades trust for time. It's slow by design.…
  • Fri, 11:39: RT @clemensv: For those familiar with (shall I say "classic"?) distributed systems architecture, it's amusing to see things like "sidechain…
  • Fri, 11:47: Project Zero delays exposing some Microsoft bugs past their 90 day deadline, but pushed out this medium severity Wi… https://t.co/rd1My2U0zg
  • Fri, 11:57: RT @stevesi: Two real challenges in not writing this down. First, all the details are lost…forever. There’s no shared corporate history of…


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Mary Branscombe
Simon & Mary

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