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  1. Defending Democratic Institutions: Election 2018 and Beyond

    Though the motivation and the effects are disputed, nearly everyone agrees that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, and security experts agree that it is already interfering in this year’s mid-terms. Though efforts are underway to stop them, what more can be done to put an end to Russia’s interference in our elections and democratic institutions?

    Monika Bickert, Head of Product Policy and Counterterrorism, Facebook, Tom Burt, Corporate Vice President for Customer Security and Trust, Microsoft Michael Chertoff, Former Secretary of Homeland Security, Jeannette Manfra, Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Cybersecurity and Communications, Kim Wyman, Secretary of State, Washington State Moderator: Michael Isikoff, Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo News

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  2. Bruce Lawson | CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF? | CSS Day 2018

    Everyone’s talking about CSS-in-JS. It’s the Kim Kardashian of web development. And, as with Kimmie, opinions are polarised. To some, CSS in JS just makes sense: it’s local to your component, it can’t leak and, hey, I know how to write JavaScript and CSS is weird. To others, CSS-in-JS is an abomination that makes them want to emulate Kimmie and "release a fragrance" in disdain. Why are scripters so afraid of the cascade? Why the hesitance about inheritance? Let’s look at what CSS seems to lack, what the CSS-in-JS libraries can teach us, so we don’t do as Kim’s buttocks did and "Break the Internet". Slides: noti.st/brucelawson/5O0d81/css-in-js-ftw-wtf About Bruce: brucelawson.co.uk More about CSS Day: cssday.nl or twitter.com/cssdayconf Receive updates in your inbox: cssday.nl/subscribe

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  3. Webstock ‘17: Anil Dash - Toward Humane Tech

    Tech is now the wealthiest, most powerful industry in the world, but the way it is leaving some people out and leaving some people behind poses a grave threat to our ability to keep making good tech that people love. Anil Dash will talk about how we got here, and some ideas about how we can move toward a more ethical and humane tech industry.

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  5. This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • June 23rd - 29th, 2018

    Recaps from the 8th annual IndieWeb Summit, Indigenous and Aperture open to the public, and announcing IndieWebCamp Berlin 2018. It’s the audio edition for T…

    https://martymcgui.re/2018/07/02/233758/

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  6. Dr. Max Roser: Our World in Data

    Dr. Max Roser shares some basic statistics that describe living conditions currently and the direction of change that we have seen over the past few decades. Knowing the facts on global changes gives you the context for the daily news and allows you to make sense of new information that you learn. Learn more at https://b-gat.es/2K8vBLR

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  7. NSDI ‘18 - Exploiting a Natural Network Effect for Scalable, Fine-grained Clock Synchronization

    Yilong Geng, Stanford University

    Nanosecond-level clock synchronization can be an enabler of a new spectrum of timing- and delay-critical applications in data centers. However, the popular clock synchronization algorithm, NTP, can only achieve millisecond-level accuracy. Current solutions for achieving a synchronization accuracy of 10s-100s of nanoseconds require specially designed hardware throughout the network for combatting random network delays and component noise or to exploit clock synchronization inherent in Ethernet standards for the PHY.

    In this paper, we present HUYGENS, a software clock synchronization system that uses a synchronization network and leverages three key ideas. First, coded probes identify and reject impure probe data—data captured by probes which suffer queuing delays, random jitter, and NIC timestamp noise. Next, HUYGENS processes the purified data with Support Vector Machines, a widely-used and powerful classifier, to accurately estimate one-way propagation times and achieve clock synchronization to within 100 nanoseconds. Finally, HUYGENS exploits a natural network effect—the idea that a group of pair-wise synchronized clocks must be transitively synchronized— to detect and correct synchronization errors even further.

    Through evaluation of two hardware testbeds, we quantify the…

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  8. Stewart Brand on the Whole Earth Catalog’s Long Legacy over 50 years

    Original video: http://reinvent.net/events/event/stewart-brand-on-the-whole-earth-catalogs-long-legacy-over-50-years/
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  9. E828 John Carreyrou WSJ: how he broke Theranos story, reveals fraud & deception in book “BAD BLOOD”

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/twistartups/twist-e828
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  10. Google’s Mark Risher: why everything we know about passwords is wrong

    Why adding letters and symbols isn’t your friend

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