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Peter Murray

Peter Murray

Library technologist working for a multi-state library consortium.
Amazon Wins Auction for .Book Domain | Publishers Weekly -
Despite opposition from the AAP, has won the right to operate the .book top-level domain name in a private auction. - Peter Murray
No conflict of interest at all. - Joe
Photographing Europe's Abandoned Border Crossings | CityLab -
After nearly 20 years of passport-free travel in parts of Western and Central Europe, many former checkpoints resemble ghost towns. - Peter Murray
Hospitals race to sign up schools for athletic-training and medical-services | Columbus Dispatch -
Ohio State University’s new athletic-training and medical-services agreement with Upper Arlington schools is upping the ante in the bidding war among central Ohio’s hospital systems, which are seeking greater access to high-school athletes and their families. - Peter Murray
Does football still have a place at the university? [opinion] ~ Detroit Free Press -
The long-term physical effects, plus questions about academic payoff for athletes means it's time to re-think where football fits at Michigan. - Peter Murray
Top 10 Causes of Death: 1900 vs. 2010. Top 10 Causes of Death: 1900 vs. 2010; The Burden of Disease and the… - Peter Murray
Top 10 Causes of Death: 1900 vs. 2010. Top 10 Causes of Death: 1900 vs. 2010; The Burden of Disease and the Changing Task of Medicine — NEJM -
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — The Burden of Disease and the Changing Task of Medicine - Peter Murray
Just entered to win a gold iPad Air 2 + gold iPhone 6. Enter here... via @tuaw - Peter Murray
A Proper Server Naming Scheme | Codeship blog -
Server Naming Schemes need to be scalable and unique. This article is the ultimate guide to easily remembering and naming your servers. - Peter Murray
Darkhotel offers yet another reason not to use hotel Wi-Fi | PandoDaily -
RT @MerrileeIAm: Uh, great. Darkhotel offers yet another reason not to use hotel Wi-Fi - Peter Murray
Net Neutrality: President Obama's Plan for a Free and Open Internet | The White House -
RT @WhiteHouse: I'm urging the @FCC to keep the internet open and free. Here's my plan to protect #NetNeutrality for everyone: –bo - Peter Murray
Cory Doctorow: Information Doesn’t Want To Be Free | TechCrunch -
RT @TechCrunch: Cory Doctorow: Information Doesn't Want To Be Free by @doctorow - Peter Murray
How I write software | Programming is Terrible -
I like to think I write good code, or that I write more good code than bad code. My favourite property of good code is boredom. Dull statements one after another, no surprises, no... - Peter Murray
DARPA funds $11 million tool that will make coding a lot easier | Engadget -
DARPA is funding a new project by Rice University called PLINY, and it's neither a killer robot nor a high-tech weapon. PLINY, named after Pliny the - Peter Murray
Happy 100th birthday Hedy Lamarr, inventor of the wireless network | Una Sinnott -
Hedy Lamarr, whose acting career spanned Hollywood’s golden age of the forties and fifties, was widely regarded as one of the most beautiful women to grace the silver screen. However she was much, much more than just a pretty face. As an inventor, Hedy Lamarr was responsible for developing the technology that underpins today’s wireless … - Peter Murray
How Did The FBI Break Tor? [in breaking Silk Road 2.0] | Forbes -
Global law enforcement conducted a massive raid of the Dark Web this week. It started with the FBI takedown of Silk Road 2.0 and the arrest of its alleged operator Blake Benthall in San Francisco on Wednesday. But it quickly exploded from there, as European counterparts seized over 400 black market 'hidden [...] - Peter Murray
New white paper: “From Code to Community: Building and Sustaining BitCurator through Community Engagement” | BitCurator -
RT @mkirschenbaum: New @BitCurator white paper! “From Code to Community: Building & Sustaining BitCurator through Community Engagement”: - Peter Murray
Go To Hellman: If your website still uses HTTP, the X-UIDH header has turned you into a snitch -
RT @gluejar: From last night: "If your website still uses HTTP, the X-UIDH header has turned you into a snitch" - Peter Murray
How I Reverse Engineered Google Docs To Play Back Any Document’s Keystrokes | James Somers blog -
How James Somers reverse-engineered Google Docs to play back any document's keystrokes - Peter Murray
Where’ve you been? Your smartphone’s Wi-Fi is telling everyone | Ars Technica -
Ars performs a DIY signals intelligence teste with smartphone "probe" requests. - Peter Murray
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Adobe's e-reader software collects less data now, EFF says | NetworkWorld -
Digital Editions 4.0.1 doesn't send data on e-books without DRM and uses encryption - Peter Murray
The Green Monster How the Border Patrol became America’s most out-of-control law enforcement agency | POLITICO Magazine -
Gil Kerlikowske was hoping to make it through at least his first week on the job without being awakened in the middle of the night. President Barack Obama’s new head of Customs and Border Protection, Kerlikowske could have used a week of quiet as he began to figure out the nation’s largest law enforcement agency, with its 46,000 gun-carrying... - Peter Murray
Building Libraries Together: New Tools for a New Direction | Internet Archive blog -
Simple test page for Cellular ISP tracking beacons - by Kenn White -
The Privacy Lowdown On Verizon and AT&T's Smartphone 'Permacookies' | Forbes -
This week, researchers discovered that smartphone carriers have started inserting a unique code into their customers' network activity so that their customers can be tracked as they browse the Web and use smartphone apps; Verizon uses a customer's unique tag to deliver personalized ads to users, and AT&T plans to [...] - Peter Murray
Somebody’s Already Using Verizon’s ID to Track Users | ProPublica -
Twitter is using a newly discovered hidden code that the telecom carriers are adding to every page you visit – and it's very hard to opt out. - Peter Murray
osquery: SQL powered operating system instrumentation and analytics -
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