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William John Malik
CISA, Information security, privacy, business continuity, IdM, SDLC, joyful surfer of technology trends. 3 kids. MIT '73. Tweets my own.
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Morning Edition Sep 10
Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Stan Getz. A slew of exciting new discoveries have emerged from these artists and more — so-called "lost" albums by some of the biggest names in jazz. Take a listen:
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Christina Zhu Sep 5
STOP making fun of different programming languages C is FAST Java is POPULAR Ruby is COOL Python is BEAUTIFUL Javascript Haskell is INTRIGUING
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Soledad O'Brien Sep 1
The President is a moron. I mean—I know you all know, but it needs to be said.
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Daniel Dale Aug 29
Replying to @ddale8
Trump is slamming Lawrence O'Donnell. He again falsely claims that, when O'Donnell apologized to him in 2015, "He was crying, because it was very embarrassing to him." He was not crying.
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Bernie Sanders Aug 28
Every kid in this country should be able to get a higher education if they desire one. We must follow the lead of cities like Birmingham and make higher education accessible to all by making public colleges, universities and trade schools tuition-free.
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Stone 🥶 Aug 28
Children born to U.S. service members & government employees overseas will no longer be automatically citizens of the U.S. according to a policy alert issued by Trump's U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services today As my husband just said this is bullshit
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William John Malik Aug 28
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William John Malik Aug 28
Replying to @NerdPyle
But what would that mean for Senators Rubio and Cruz?
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Ned Pyle Aug 28
Guess what, gop : you wouldn’t be citizens if trump had been president when you were born. That’s the reward your parents would‘ve gotten for having you at US Army bases in France and West Germany
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Loren DeJonge Schulman Aug 28
Replying to @LorenRaeDeJ
I understand that Mattis believes his career as a Marine prepared him for the role of SecDef, but what would be far more interesting--and more truth-ringing--is an examination of how his career as a Marine did not prepare him for this job.
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Berkeleyside Aug 28
Who is putting these mysterious medallions around Berkeley?
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David Michaels Aug 28
... most attacks from China (59.3 percent) are human-driven, which is more than four times higher than the U.S., Russia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Unlike bot traffic, inauthentic human traffic is harder to detect as human behavior is unpredictable and highly nuanced.
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William John Malik Aug 28
Greetings from Springfield, MA! Janine and her team have put together a superior agenda at the fall meeting here. Workshops, training, and useful presentations from operators, academia, government, and vendors. OT case studies, sector good practices, improving standards.
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RSA Conference Aug 27
Congratulations Advisory Board and Program Committee member on the well-deserved honor of being named Cybersecurity Women Influencer of the Year at the Cybersecurity Woman of the Year awards. Your leadership inspires all.
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Sarbjeet Johal Aug 26
If humans have finite if... then ... else .... end ifs.... we might be closer to real than we think, but IMHO, that’s not the case. Machines may do better what has been done, but it doesn’t know what (planets etc.) to explore when and why...
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Evan Kirstel Aug 27
All robots should have googly eyes. Here's why
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William John Malik Aug 27
Dr. Pavlov said, "If you want new ideas, read old books." There is distilled wisdom in history - smart people saw what was going on around them. They didn't trivialize their observations into tweets or memes.
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MIT Technology Review Aug 27
If you think being called a "bedbug" on Twitter is bad, try being a female black journalist or politician. Women and minorities get sent an abusive tweet every 30 seconds.
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William John Malik Aug 26
360 Assembler: IBM - insert bug under mask
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William John Malik Aug 24
Replying to @peterbakernyt
A special kind of socialism - National Socialism.
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