When Murphy’s Law steps in, there’s nothing wrong with taking a step back and trying again.
An open letter to the staff, administration, and my other colleagues at UPMC Bedford.
When I was instructed to create a narrative with no original content, I decided to go political.
In a recent class project, I invited the public to comment on “God’s” universe source code. Here’s what happened.
When developers unite, beautiful things are created.
In the mid- to late 2000s, a group of cyber-vigilantes called Anonymous used hacking as a force for free speech and protest. Recently it seems they’ve all but disappeared. What happened?
The tech giant wants the public to forget how they screwed over first responders in California.
The Internet remembers everything…even when we’d like to forget. Is it right to use that against today’s politicians and leaders?
The Internet is not known for taking things seriously. Does this say something about humanity as a whole?
The lack of public concern around online privacy violations is almost as terrifying as the violations themselves.