I’m back again after a bit of a break. Thank you to all the subscribers. Lots of stuff to share, and as always I pick the most interesting, worth-reading posts I come across.
Ⅰ - [Security
]> Malware targeting Ukraine called “wiper” tools
is of great interest. There’s a good chance that these will be used against the West also.
Ⅱ - [Identification
]> Ontario is working towards a fall rollout of Digital IDs. This page
goes over some of the standards in play.
Ⅲ - [Health
]> A new blood test
determines whether a person will have a heart attack with even more accuracy.
Ⅳ - [Hardware
]> Modular computers aren’t new - and Pockit
seems to be a good addition to the list. One of these things is going to hit mass appeal.
Ⅴ - [Hosting
]> If you’re wondering why using GoDaddy is always a bad idea, here’s another: a bunch of sites hosted on GD were backdoored
in a huge hack.
Ⅵ - [Business
]> Walmart plans to bring hundreds of new tech jobs
to the Toronto area by setting up a tech hub. Great news for the area.
Ⅷ - [Cognition
]> People jumping to conclusions is a real societal challenge as we push people to make decisions with lesser information. Scientific American covers this idea in an article worth reading
Ⅸ - [Internet
]> Bell has launched 3GBs Internet connections
in the Toronto area. This is incredible for anyone sitting on fibre at the home. I have installed and it’s amazing. Not to be outdone, Rogers plans an 8gbs service.
Ⅹ - [Business
]> Backup/NAS company Datto to be Acquired by Kaseya
for $6.2 Billion. Could this signal issues with Datto?