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Recode adds: The actual crux of the post comes later when Zuckerberg writes why he's taking on this new challenge.
Basically: He's not running for office, he wants to find ways to strengthen Facebook's "community." Mark said, "I also think this is an area where Facebook can make a difference.
garyebickford writes 'Space Finance Group (in which I'm a partner) has launched a Kickstarter to fund updating the "famous Integrated Space Plan", created by Ron Jones at Rockwell International in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and can be found on walls in the industry even today.
The new Plan will be a poster, but also will provide the initial core data for a new website. As additional resources become available the website will be able to contain much more information, with (eventually) advanced data management (possibly including sources like Linked Data) and visualization tools to become a resource for education, research, entertainment, and business analytics.
until now viruses have been written into executable files, whether they be scripts, files, or files.
when the picture file is viewed the virus code is executed.
And yet, research shows the average American has fewer than three close friends we can turn to for support." To make that difference Zuckerberg is talking about, he said that Facebook is helping people find people they already know but is also working on a way to connect you with people that you should know like mentors.
mcafee researchers received an e-mail from the author of a new kind of virus this week.
It's clear to us that too many of the solutions to Io T security proposed today involve either mitigating security issues after-the-fact, or living in a world where Io T security problems are the accepted norm. They'll be publishing their complete findings in a new paper in January.
Jackson writes "Security researchers from ETH Zurich, Google, and IBM Internet Security Systems have shown that more than 600 million Internet users don't use the latest version of their browser.