How to use an SSH config file on macOS for easier connections to your data center servers http://tek.io/38mHY5h
Will data caps kill services like Stadia and Xbox Cloud Gaming that rely on streaming huge amounts of data? Maybe—but maybe not. https://wired.trib.al/Rwh4ZVM
In April 2020, journalist Patrice Peck started the newsletter "Coronavirus News for Black Folks." She was worried that the Black community was going to be uniquely devastated by this pandemic.
Then her fears came true. https://wired.trib.al/cmsjsUt
Despite decades of searching, scientists have never found even a particle of dark matter. But what if the ingredients we really needed—black holes—were under our noses the whole time? via @QuantaMagazine https://wired.trib.al/FuwvpXq
After the pandemic, almost all labor demand growth in Japan could be in high-wage occupations. 🇯🇵 This highlights the need for policy makers and companies to help workers reskill https://mck.co/3dVri8p #FutureofWork
Right to repair moves forward for your broken devices. But campaigners want to go much further http://tek.io/3bQvwLS
One of the world’s biggest science experiments shows why everybody needs to re-examine what it means to know something. https://bit.ly/3qbVLkU
Saving lives with 3D printing: Seattle Children's Hospital is using printed airways to transform surgery http://tek.io/2MH9DGl
In an industry long dominated by men, more and more female journalists around the world are telling important stories and reporting the news for their communities. These brave journalists face a unique set of challenges and threats. https://wired.trib.al/BTUV7WH
"Professional developers built Excel, but workers of every kind were trained to build on top of these innovations." In this opinion piece, @satyanadella and @marcoiansiti argue we need a new cohort of citizen developers building atop the software industry. https://wired.trib.al/hvM9kNv
If you are looking for a good fantasy book to escape, our rundown of 2020's best can help: https://wired.trib.al/JMRc4mi
Today’s increasingly complex and diverse data can make even the most intelligent professionals feel like they're in the dark. See the light. Get @Trifacta’s #DataPreparation for Dummies and unlock your #DataPrep potential. https://bit.ly/3aVCXmi
How to use the translation tools in iOS 14 for easier communication and website translation http://tek.io/2Okd7Pf
Feeling overloaded with emails? This might explain why. In 2005, we were sending and receiving 50 emails a day. By 2011 it was 90.
Today we send and receive an estimated 126 messages, checking our inboxes once every 6 minutes on average: https://wired.trib.al/b4iTLyP
Meet Barry: his sole purpose in life is to listen patiently, and then protest or sob a little as you fire him from an imaginary job in virtual reality. Poor Barry. https://bit.ly/2MLeE0E
The unsung heroes of Ukraine's rail system keep vigilant watch from charming, colorful mini-castles. (from 2020) https://wired.trib.al/S5857vY
For videogame developer Naughty Dog, 'The Last of Us Part II' was arguably the biggest, most ambitious, most ravenously anticipated game in the studio's 36-year history. But then the company was hit with trolls, hackers—and a real pandemic. (from 2020) https://wired.trib.al/6F1rqNo
Microsoft Ignite: Intelligent speakers and new features announced for Microsoft Teams http://tek.io/3bbnVIQ
Exclusive: Fully recovering from the SolarWinds hack could take the US government as long as 18 months, the head of the agency leading the effort to fix the Russian hack told us.
Yes, that asbestos. https://bit.ly/3q5pNGZ
Sure, you could try to build your own firepit. Or you can upgrade your backyard game with this stainless steel beauty: https://wired.trib.al/DvLVaSO
Across 8 countries that are home to almost half the global workforce, more than 100 million workers will need to find a different occupation by 2030 in our post-COVID-19 scenario. That’s 12% higher than projected before the pandemic https://mck.co/3k6wxmL
California’s high poverty rate, low wages and frayed public safety net require a new “social compact” between workers, business and government, according to a new report.
@margotroosevelt reports: https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2021-03-02/la-fi-future-of-work-newsom-inequality
Something strange happens when the most advanced hackers succeed in breaking in to Apple’s famous walled garden: the iPhone’s extraordinary defenses end up protecting the attackers themselves. https://bit.ly/3bactNr
Microsoft Ignite: How Azure Percept will bring AI to the edge for the enterprise http://tek.io/3ba9NQ3
“[My mom] thinks I do nothing now. Wait until she finds out I literally slept and made money.” https://wired.trib.al/BbBuP63
Algorithms now decide your credit score, which patients receive medical care, which families get access to stable housing, and which children enter foster care. For low-income individuals, this hidden web of automated systems can trap them in poverty. https://bit.ly/3b8Ml5o
[SPONSORED] Organizations are turning to AI to simplify and improve computer simulation. (With @siemenssoftware) https://ter.li/gut2be
This is a thread about how hackers are finding ways to hide inside Apple’s famous walled garden. https://www.technologyreview.com/2021/03/01/1020089/apple-walled-garden-hackers-protected/?utm_medium=tr_social&utm_campaign=site_visitor.unpaid.engagement&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1614733098
“If we’re serious about meeting climate change goals, we need to get rid of every internal combustion engine in the next 15 to 20 years. We’re not going to get there without utilizing the used market.” https://wired.trib.al/3LInldm
Jack Dorsey doesn't generally tweet. Instead, he uses Twitter to listen, observe, and understand the world. But when intervention is deemed necessary, @jack breaks his self-imposed silence to restore the balance of his kingdom. https://wired.trib.al/jT8BHPW
It can be a challenge envisioning your enterprise’s success with a new solution. Get @Trifacta's eBook for a special view into how 3 of their customers use their platform with 3 different #cloud data warehouses.
How to use the translation tools in iOS 14 for easier communication and website translation http://tek.io/3bSP4iN
A markedly different mix of occupations may emerge after the pandemic. Across eight countries, our analysis shows that the largest net job growth is likely to occur among healthcare, STEM, and transportation jobs https://mck.co/3k6wxmL
Microsoft Ignite: Intelligent speakers and new features announced for Microsoft Teams http://tek.io/3kGdxLW
One of the reasons Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO of Amazon is to spend more time on his space company Blue Origin. His goal? Create the backbone for millions, billions, and maybe even a trillion people to reside off-Earth https://wired.trib.al/vj1uyOU