Can Streaming Companies Replace Hollywood Studios?

“Movie-theater attendance is down to a 19-year low, with revenues hovering slightly above $10 billion,” reports Vanity Fair, arguing that traditional studios should feel threatened by nimble streaming companies like Netflix and Amazon, which produced the...

Desmos creates AMAZING graphs and artwork!

Many of you know that I am no math wizard.  That being said I recently stumbled upon Desmos.com.  This is an amazing graphing calculator tool. […] The post Desmos creates AMAZING graphs and artwork! appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by...

More on Bluetooth Ingenico Overlay Skimmers

This blog has featured several stories about “overlay” card and PIN skimmers made to be placed atop Ingenico-brand card readers at store self-checkout lanes. I’m revisiting the topic again because a security technician at a U.S.-based retailer recently shared a few...

'Uber Is Doomed', Argues Transportation Reporter

When an Uber self-driving car ran a red light last year, they blamed and suspended the car’s driver, even though it was the car’s software that malfunctioned, according to two former employees, ultimately causing Uber cars to run six different red lights....

Don’t be Scared of the Dork

James Clay wrote a thought-provoking post last week. Called Show me the Evidence, James talks about how: “when demonstrating the potential of TEL and learning technologies to […] The post Don’t be Scared of the Dork appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by...

Make Mine a Double

I’ve been thinking a lot about the psychology of eLearning. I’m not even certain that ‘the psychology of eLearning’ is a thing – but it […] The post Make Mine a Double appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by...

GitHub Invites Contributions To 'Open Source Guides'

An anonymous reader quotes InfoQ: GitHub has recently launched its Open Source Guides, a collection of resources addressing the most common scenarios and best practices for both contributors and maintainers of open source projects. The guides themselves are open...

Ask Slashdot: How Are You Responding To Cloudbleed?

An anonymous IT geek writes: Cloudflare-hosted web sites have been leaking data as far back as September, according to Gizmodo, which reports that at least Cloudflare “acted fast” when the leak was discovered, closing the hole within 44 minutes, and...