“GrayKey iPhone unlocker poses serious security concerns” – Malwarebytes Labs
Q: Should Cupertino start paying bounties for ZDE discoveries?
In late 2017, word of a new iPhone unlocker device started to circulate: a device called GrayKey, made by a company named Grayshift.
— Read on Malwarebytes
I’m going back to my flip phone. 📞
I’ll be honest, I’m really staring to like this girl. 😘
Silicon Valley is notoriously full of founders who exaggerate, dupe investors and the media, and may even outright lie to Congress, often getting away with their deceit. John Carreyrou, author of a new book on Theranos, explains why this time Holmes went 10 steps too far and might end up behind bars.
— Read on www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/06/elizabeth-holmes-is-trying-to-start-a-new-company
The Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City (sitting beneath the offices of both Creative Artists Agency and the Annenberg Foundation) is pairing with Craft to offer 10% off dinner to any of the exhibit’s attendees.
Who Shot Rock & Roll opens on June 23 ~ October 7, 2012 and features images from over 100 iconic photographers. Organized by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator Gail Buckland, the exhibit spotlights the creative and collaborative role that photographers have played in the history of rock music.
If there’s one thing I hate about myself, it’s the weakness I experience whenever a beautiful plate of food is placed before me. You see, I feel a compulsion to take a photograph of it, which is then followed by an even greater urge to publish that photo on the internet.
It’s time for a change, so let’s take advantage of what all that TV Guide money can do and try mixing food and photos another way.
via Craft & The Annenberg Space for Photography.