What, again? [6 mark 19] New Google Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Found Actively Exploited in the Wild The patch for the security vulnerability has already been rolled out to its users in a stable Chrome update 72.0.3626.121. Google's Threat Analysis Group discovered a high severity vulnerability in February that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code… Continue reading [! HACKED !] Update Chrome browser RIGHT NOW!
What’s ahead in 2019 for RTO’s? The Hammer falls... VET workforce survey Is non-compliance really that bad? [March 2019] VET workforce survey launches to get a snapshot of those working in RTO's. It will collect information on: the number of staff employed, employee roles, employment status, and any relevant qualifications; and training delivery methods and… Continue reading VET workforce survey – is your RTO in shape?
Read this description before looking at the picture below. The picture has 2 identical dolphins in it. It was used in a case study on stress levels at St. Mary's Hospital. Look at both identical dolphins jumping out of the water.
"Christianity and Islam teach us there is only one God. At a recent community meeting to improve communication between Christians and Muslims, it was stated by a member of the audience that since both religions believe in Jesus, we all share the same God…" Source: Jazzdat | REFLECTIONS - A Spiritual Journey| [REBLOG] CHRISTIAN AND… Continue reading [REBLOG, REBLOG] CHRISTIAN AND ISLAMIC JESUS: NOT THE SAME — Cristian Mihai – WadMabbit
Source: CNET The Enterprise Edition 2 (USD $999) has a camera, USB-C and they can be worn as glasses.
Guy Fawkes, right? Duped into a botched attempt of early terrorism Failed at giving Parliament the fireworks way back when, what a Fawkes... Oh Fawkes, got caught! So instead of calling 4 November Guy Fawkes night, why don't we just tell it like it was; and call it... Guy Fawked night?
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Source: The Guardian Israeli software broke WhatsApp with a phone call and if you havent updated or deleted the app you could be spied and hacked too.
Source : George Takei [13 May 19] Alabama State Senate laid a bill to pretty much ban abortion - whether through rape or incest - at any stage of pregnancy and the doctor gets a 10 year minimum. The intent is likely to have the inevitable challenge in the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade… Continue reading Oh blessed be!
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Source: Stan | Catch-22 OK, Millenial, 'One flew over that cookoo' right? I get it; before your time, but this revision of the 2008 version - directed George Clooney - looks like a winner to me. Adapted from the classic '61 novel by Joseph Heller, Catch-22 is a 6-part limited series. A US Air Force… Continue reading Breaking News!
Source: CNET | What is HDR for TVs, and why should you care? by Geoffrey Morrison An interesting and informative article. I've worked with colour as a designer for many years and am an IT techie, but could never quite come to grips with the geekspeak of TV. The current wave of Samsung adverts for… Continue reading What is HDR for TVs, and why should you care?
Multi-level undo commands are in most of the Office applications, along with matching multi-level Redo’s to reinstate accidentally undone actions. Some Office apps limit the number of undo levels, however Word provides almost unlimited undo's for the current editing session (while the document’s open). The Undo command can be found in the Ribbon or upon… Continue reading The great UNDO
Source: Facebook | The Australian Athiest Club | Mungo Man If there is no 'entity' why has such a belief of continuation persisted across such vast time, culture and distance? Is it merely a common desire to perpetuate ego, or a holding on? One may poke a stick at religion - this codification and exploitation… Continue reading Athienesia?
Source: Futurism | Sneaky Bacteria Can Swap Genes, Making Them Immune to Antibiotics mcr-9 is highly mobile. Bacteria can swap genetic information into their DNA, and the readiness with which mcr-9 is transferable means that this antibiotic resistance could rapidly proliferate, rendering existing treatments all-but-useless.
Source: ABC News via @inkl: Antibiotic use falls for the first time in decades. But drug-resistant infections are on the rise Professor Turnidge said good hygiene practices would continue to go a long way in containing the spread of antibiotic resistance. "Hand washing is still very important to reduce risk of transmission of bugs, and… Continue reading Anti anti-antibiotic