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How do you conserve time-based media? Museums invest in research to keep up with new technologies – Art Newspaper

Art Newspaper

How do you conserve time-based media? Museums invest in research to keep up with new technologies
Art Newspaper
At the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Art in the Age of the Internet: 1989 to Today (until 20 May) examines the internet’s effect on art, while I Was Raised on the Internet at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (23 June-14 October) focuses

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‘I felt exposed online’: how to disappear from the internet – The Guardian

The Guardian

‘I felt exposed online’: how to disappear from the internet
The Guardian
A former New York skip tracer – a private investigator who finds people who have “skipped” town – turned professional “disappearer”, Ahearn offers a range of freelance services, everything from helping to restore your privacy on the internet to driving

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Yes: For Professionals, Gear Matters – Fstoppers

Fstoppers

Yes: For Professionals, Gear Matters
Fstoppers
The Internet is filled with examples of talented photographers on a budget who managed to create impossible images with low-end gears but they are not bound by schedule and can afford to miss the shot. Professionals don’t have this luxury.

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Internet of Things Security Policies Still Lagging, Report Finds – eWeek

eWeekInternet of Things Security Policies Still Lagging, Report FindseWeekIoT security vendor Pwnie Express released its 2018 Internet of Evil Things report on May 16, providing insight from a total of 708 cyber-security professionals around the world….

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The decline of Snapchat and the secret joy of internet ghost towns – The Verge

The VergeThe decline of Snapchat and the secret joy of internet ghost townsThe VergeSnapchat was no more private than the rest of the internet, and like much of the internet, something originally intended for kids was overrun with 20- and 30-something …

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Senate vote to kill Trump attack on net neutrality faces roadblock – People’s World

People’s World

Senate vote to kill Trump attack on net neutrality faces roadblock
People’s World
“Corporations should not be able to block, throttle, or otherwise limit Americans’ access to lawful online content,” said Paul Almeida, president of the AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees, speaking for 24 unions. “Consumers depend on the

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Probably better not – Boulder Weekly

Boulder Weekly

Probably better not
Boulder Weekly
… it’s typical for pregnant women to turn to friends, the internet and possibly marijuana dispensary workers for answers. The Marijuana Industry Group stated that it is protocol for dispensary workers to urge customers to speak with a medical

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Yanny vs. Laurel typifies customer personalisation – CXNetwork

CXNetwork

Yanny vs. Laurel typifies customer personalisation
CXNetwork
This viral hit is an important reminder for CX professionals: there is no one reality when it comes to the individual. And no single approach will appeal to or appease every customer. Consumer choice today is based on service personalisation – and if
You’re not hearing things: Viral Laurel Yanny debate is an audio – WBRC FOX6 News – Birmingham, ALWBRC FOX6 News – WBRC.com

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UK digital sector expanding three times faster than economy – The Internet of Business

The Internet of Business

UK digital sector expanding three times faster than economy
The Internet of Business
The digital sector is worth nearly £184 billion to the UK, up from £170 billion in 2016 – which is actually an increase in total value of 8.2 percent, according to Internet of Business’ own calculations. At the same time, the number of jobs in digital

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Senate Passes Resolution To Save The Internet – nhlabornews.com

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Senate Passes Resolution To Save The Internet
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… the special interests of a few corporations. Now Congress must continue focusing on modernizing our laws to ensure an open internet for consumers and safeguard the right of creative professionals to earn a fair return on their work,” Trumka concluded.

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