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Why remote working leaves us vulnerable to cyber-attacks

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How 9/11 Changed Hollywood – And Is ‘Still Grappling’ With the Terror Attacks 20 Years Later

13 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

Twenty years after the Twin Towers at Manhattan’s World Trade Center fell on September 11, 2001, Hollywood is still grappling with the repercussions — along with the rest of America. Stories and storytelling were changed both in the short and... read more

Pen Farthing Still Working To Evacuate People From Afghanistan After Animals Arrive In UK

24 Days ago Other Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

A former Royal Marine at the centre of a row over evacuating animals from Afghanistan ahead of people has hit out at “ill-informed comments” from “armchair pundits”. Paul “Pen” Farthing arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport in a privately funded... read more

Why the world's favorite banana may go extinct, and how scientists are trying to save it

56 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementFollowing is a transcription of the video: Narrator: The world's most popular banana may be on the verge of extinction. Fernando: Similar to humans, bananas are also facing a pandemic. Narrator: Ninety-nine percent of... read more

'Climate breakdown has already begun': Green figures react to IPCC's landmark climate warning

45 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

Roundup of reaction from politicians, NGOs, and business figures as the world's top climate scientists serve up latest evidence on scale of potential climate cataclysm ahead Today the world's leading climate scientists... read more

I've been traveling the world as a digital nomad for years, and I've discovered 7 simple ways to save money as a solo traveler

32 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementOver the last few years, the explorer in me has found a way to create remote working opportunities for myself all over the world. I've spent months on my own as a solo traveler and always found a way to make the finances... read more

Location-based pay is the newest conflict between workers and employers, as remote Googlers face a 25% salary cut

42 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementWorkers who permanently choose not to commute into the office face a new sting: A pay cut from employers who argue their living costs are lower. This latest conflict comes after white-collar workers took on employers over... read more

Microsoft warns users to update their computers immediately over security flaw (MSFT)

78 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementMicrosoft on Wednesday told users to immediately install an emergency Windows update after it identified a security flaw in the operating system.  The vulnerability, called PrintNightmare, allows attackers to infiltrate... read more

Here's how to stop the climate change anxiety spiral and make a difference

74 Days ago Tech Source: Feeds.mashable.com

The monarch butterfly, known for its distinctive orange color, is now on the verge of extinction. Numbering in the millions in the 1980s, the monarch population has been in steep decline thanks to habitat loss, pesticide use, and climate change.... read more

The media frames the climate crisis as hopeless — but that's because they're hiding the solutions

40 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementThe climate crisis news is constant: Wildfires start earlier and earlier in the year in California, extreme weather floods places not built to handle extreme weather, the Arctic is melting, and the world keeps getting... read more

Slack is appalling Olympics viewers with an excruciating ad on repeat

58 Days ago Tech Source: Feeds.mashable.com

Whether you're watching on the NBC app or on cable, there are only so many commercials that play during the Olympics. Most of them feature athletes whose stories of overcoming adversity and achieving greatness get somehow loosely associated with,... read more