If you graduated from Berkeley, some identity data about you is now likely in the wrong hands. According to a UC Berkeley press release, someone stole a laptop from the Graduate Division offices that contained information on people who applied to grad school from 2001 to 2004, registered as grad students from 1998 through 2003, received doctoral degrees from 1976 through 1999, and some others.
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While Longtail may have gotten the award for biggest buzzword of PC Forum from my partner in crime Dan Farber, the acronym that's been ringing in my RSS-inbox for the last three weeks -- one that's spanned three events in two weeks (eTech, SXSW, and PC Forum) -- is Ajax. According to Accessify.
Are your friends, family and colleagues telling you that you seem a bit restless, irritable and impulsive. Are you feeling overwhelmed and ineffective at work and at home?
A school in the Wakayama prefecture in Japan has found a series of new...
UNICEF CIO Andre Spatz practices the art of IT management under extreme conditions. He has to support 8,000 employees in 159 countries, at 258 locations around the world.
The blogging and wiki world continues to get more corporate. Socialtext recently added new features to its enterprise appliance and hosted service, including enterprise-class monitoring, backup, directory integration, improved e-mail integration and security features.
In a series of posts, Carlos Peres declares SOAP comatose, but notofficially dead and then adds a fewnails to the coffin. Says Carlos:Today, half a year since my prediction of the rise of REST and the fall ofSOAP, denial has been now replaced with panic.
Tableau Software is about to release the 1.0 of version of an application that radically simplifies data visualization--meaning you can make some sense out of database rows, columns and cross-tabs without knowing SQL and brain surgery.
Last week, I had the opportunity to interview Jason Matusow. Matusow is Microsoft's chief strategist on the open source front.
A lesson in how to handle a site outage without killing your reputation.