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Steven Sinofsky
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Lauren Goode 6h
This is our exclusive interview with Panos Panay on the Gadget Lab podcast. Give it a listen! 👇
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Steven Sinofsky 6h
Mac Rumors: Geekbench Shows 2018 MacBook Pro Has Biggest Yearly Performance Gain Since 2011
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“there is about a 10-13% total memory overhead in real workloads due to the larger number of processes” via
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Steven Sinofsky 9h
Replying to @siilime @MikeIsaac
But at the time it was said he was pandering to the spectacle of newsreels.
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Steven Sinofsky 9h
Replying to @siilime @MikeIsaac
I think you can find historic examples across the full range from whim to deep experience, from thoughtful to arbitrary.
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Steven Sinofsky 11h
Replying to @MikeIsaac
I’m just not so sure it is new. Hughes, Carnegie, Ford, etc. all followed this “model” in trying to “fix” healthcare, education, poverty and so on outside their expertise. Maybe what might be new is that people are trying to do this earlier in “career” or something.
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Steven Sinofsky 12h
Replying to @MikeIsaac
Is this SIlicon Valley or just wealthy (successful?) people, self-made or not? I can think of plenty of examples outside of tech or SV. Doesn’t success in any field too often lead to thinking success translates to other fields? Success=business, politics, science, academia, etc.
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Jonathan Head Jul 13
Here is the BBC interview with John Volanthen, the man who led the cave rescue in Thailand. He is not giving any other interviews.
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @ManuKumar
Nov 1988: Was at my first homecoming after I graduated Cornell visiting the new addition to the CS building/old friends. I got to the 5th floor and there were tons of cameras/reporters. It was the university press conference announcing Morris was expelled and explaining the worm.
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/dev/eloper Jul 14
These captcha’s are getting out of hand ...
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starbuck🇵🇷🇺🇸#ResisterSister Jul 14
Replying to @Olivianuzzi
Fox News John Roberts calling out Trump’s vicious attacks on CNN and NBC News at the UK press conference
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @stevesi
What is Cuckoo’s Egg you ask? Check out the 80’s classic real world hacking book—“The Cuckoo's Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage”. Different era/tech, but incredible sleuthing. Back when grad students could do the counter-measures.
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
No matter your political beliefs or depth of understanding of cyber security, definitely go read Special Counsel indictment issued this week. There’s loads in it: malware, servers, phishing, counter-measures….Reads like a 21st century Cuckoo’s Egg. 1/2
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @pchrisl @andrewchen
no. I was making a general statement.
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @rozzie @BradSmi
Is software that can recognize my family in a doorbell camera better in my hands or the governments? Should the government be allowed to restrict/license that, thus potentially providing them with data to recognize those who are connected to my home?
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @rozzie @BradSmi
Primary beneficiaries of regulation/restrictions of information technology tended to be government and uses were to suppress or monitor citizens (encryption regulation). The losers were companies trying to build products to protect citizens from attacks by many foreign/domestic.
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @rozzie @BradSmi
It is interesting to differentiate direct physical (and unintended) harm from drone misuse and information invasion caused by likes of encryption or facial recognition. At what point does “information tech” lead to direct physical harm and thus regulation?
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Replying to @andrewchen
e-bikes are perfect in Seattle.
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Andrew Chen Jul 14
eBikes are the future. Graph below showing Ford GoBike data on how they get 2.6X more trips per day in a docked bike rental system.
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Steven Sinofsky Jul 14
Time cover is interesting because had it been drawn as a politcal cartoon/satire it would have not been mistaken or claimed to be misleading.
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