These "reading" posts are doomed to scarcity after I return to work in a couple of weeks. I will miss the time to actually read interesting articles that come my way, instead of stacking them in the to-read bookmarks list. I have to note that some half of today's links come from Slashdot.
- Massive SQL injection attack compromises 380,000 URLs
- Netragard Hacking Your Bank
- 5 Things We All Do That Make Hackers' Lives Incredibly Easy
Misc geek reading:
- An interesting story, on how this guy wrote an article on fake dwarf giraffes, then a newspaper plagiarized it, but ended up editing it to provide proper attribution.
- Do formalized company awards programs really work?
- 10 ways to stay sane in your cubicle.
- This one in Greek: AEPI, the Greek organization that handles Intellectual Property on behalf of creators, is asking from livemovies.gr to stop linking to greek tv shows that are available for streaming on third party websites. The funny thing is that some of the links that I checked out, are pointing to the websites of the TV networks that are the copyright holders, who themselves are making these shows available for streaming. So livemovies.gr is just aggregating them. The lawyer representing livemovies.gr is active in Intellectual Property issues for some years now, so hopefully he will manage to dismiss this case. As the crowd over at freestuff.gr has pointed out, this reminds us of a previous case when the administrator of an RSS Aggregator was called to answer for the content of the blogs the feeds of which he was collecting.
- Google +1 button coming soon.
- Microsoft files EU competition complaint vs Google
- Breaking: Tesla Sues BBC's Top Gear For Libel And Malicious Falsehood
- Why Do These Breathtaking Russian Images of Earth Look So Different from NASA's?
- Five tips for becoming a tech writer