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Chronicle’s Ex-CSO

Mike Wiacek is back with a new company, a year after departing his role as chief security officer at Chronicle, Google’s moonshot cybersecurity company. Wiacek spent 13 years at Google, founding the company’s Threat Analysis Group, a unit dedicated to countering government and state-backed hacking efforts, and also co-founding Chronicle, …

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Amazon or Google ?

  Google’s U.S. ad revenues will fall this year for the first time since 2008, according to an eMarketer report. The estimated 5.3% decline will shave more than $2 billion off Google’s earnings and leave the search giant with less than 30% of the U.S. digital ad market. That’s a …

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LinkedIn Page Owners

LinkedIn rolled out new features for Pages Wednesday to help companies promote their events, learn more about their followers and facilitate communication among employees directly on the platform. The updates include a new “My Company” Tab, “Events” tab and the ability to “View Page Followers.” Page followers. Page owners can …

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Intel’s Architecture Day

  One of the areas Intel focused on during its Architecture Day 2020 event was its ongoing work to improve interconnect technology in both 2.5D and stacked 3D chip configurations. We’ve talked about these technologies in the past — they range from EMIB (used for Kaby Lake-G) and Foveros (Lakefield) …

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What SEOs Get Wrong

About Google updates In covering Google algorithm updates for almost twenty-years now, one trend you notice over and over again is how SEOs tend to do two things. Many SEOs blame a Google algorithm update for their ranking declines and many SEOs often try to figure out which ranking factors …

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Seabird Like Penguin

Giant Penguin-Like Seabirds Lived in Northern Hemisphere About 30 Million Years Ago Paleontologists have discovered striking similarities between the fossilized bones of giant penguins that lived 62 million years ago in what is now New Zealand and those of the plotopterids, a group of flightless seabirds that lived in North …

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Rotating Black Holes

Physicists Verify Half-Century-Old Theory about Physicists from the University of Glasgow and the University of Arizona have experimentally verified a half-century-old theory that began as speculation about how an advanced alien civilization could use a rotating black hole to generate energy. An artist’s impression of a rotating black hole. Image …

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65 Quotes About Aging

65 Funny Quotes About Getting Older and Quotes About Aging These funny quotes about getting older and quotes about aging should serve as inspiration for enjoying this remarkable time of life. Funny Quotes About Getting Older “Aging seems to be the only available way to live a long life.” Kitty …

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American Heart Assoc.

Recommends 10,000 Steps a Day or About Five Miles of Walking Walking is relatively easy and it is key to your good health.  The American Heart Association recommends 10,000 steps a day (about five miles of walking).Does that sound like a lot?  It might actually not be necessary to walk …

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