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    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is revising its guidelines concerning passwords.

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    Thanks to streaming services such as Netflix, the way we watch television has changed entirely, which is great news for staying up-to-date on the latest shows, but bad news for how it is affecting our sleep.

  • Emoji Use in the Workplace

    With a vast catalog of emoticons available to express our moods and feelings on an array of subjects, researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) are exploring the appropriateness of using emoticons in work-related e-mails.

  • Patent-Pending Reduced Diameter Category 6a Patch Cables

    Achieve superior performance with Quabbin Wire and Cable Co.’s DataMax® Patch Mini 6a 28 AWG reduced diameter network patch cables. The slim design offers a 23 percent reduction in size and a 38 percent smaller cross sectional area when compared to standard 26 AWG Cat 6a cables.

  • A Program to Simplify Scientific Communication

    The program, called the De-Jargonizer, offers scientists a chance to simplify the language of their text so that it can appeal to larger audiences with varying degrees of understanding.


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