Archive for January, 2016

Verizon Wireless and other cellular companies are gearing up for Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area by increasing network capacity. Verizon is bringing in COWS — not the four legged kind, but “cell on wheels.” via Pocket

Does a life lost on the side of the road in rural Oregon matter? Not when it is a political football for progressives who see him as an example of domestic terrorism. via Pocket

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It seems as our technology evolves, changes and progresses, we may stumble on to an ethereal frequency that gives us messages from elsewhere, and for some, it may not be good news – it may be a your disconnect notice. via Pocket

Thursday January 28th is data privacy day but don’t worry if you missed it because everyday is a time to think about privacy and security. Tech Talk has some tips. via Pocket

The Burns, Oregon standoff turned into a shootout last night, leaving one dead and one wounded. via Pocket

The X-Files “reopening” on TV, coincided with a declassification of documents from what can be called the military’s earlier version of the X-Files – Project Blue Book. via Pocket

GoPro is teaming up with Twitter-owned Periscope to allow users to broadcast live from their GoPro devices connected to iPhones and switch between the GoPro and iPhone camera for two-camera shoots. via Pocket

A severe Winter storm on the East Coast appears to be quite anomalous with many speculating the possibility of ice nucleation being created. via Pocket

Our guest tonight is Ken Cherry, former Texas state director of MUFON when the incredible Stephenville, Texas sitings took place. via Pocket
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