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wsj.com - Christopher Mims - Why Even Big Tech Companies Keep Getting Hacked-and What They Plan to Do About It
Why Even Big Tech Companies Keep Getting Hacked-and What They Plan to Do About It
Wall Street Journal

The companies that should know best how to fight hackers, tech firms, have reached an arresting conclusion: The weakest link in security, as it's been since the Trojan War, is humans. Increasingly, they are taking a new approach: Trust no one. The…

theguardian.com - Lauren Aratani - 'I would rather eat an actual burger': why plant-based meat's sizzle fizzled
'I would rather eat an actual burger': why plant-based meat's sizzle fizzled
The Guardian

At the start of the year, McDonald's launched a plant-based burger “sizzled on a flat-iron grill, then topped with slivered onions, tangy pickles, crisp shredded lettuce, Roma tomato slices, ketchup, mustard, mayo and a slice of melty…

archdaily.com - Andreas Luco - Brigadas & Promedio Centro Industrial Building / Estudio Arquitectura Hago
Brigadas & Promedio Centro Industrial Building / Estudio Arquitectura Hago
ArchDaily

Brigadas & Promedio Centro Industrial Building / Estudio Arquitectura Hago • Villanueva de la Serena, Year: 2019 Photographs: Fernando Alda More Specs Text description provided by the architects. Located on the north face of a large lot, in…

businessinsider.com - Sarah Jackson - Original Frank Lloyd Wright home debuts on the market at $725,000
Original Frank Lloyd Wright home debuts on the market at $725,000
Business Insider

A Wisconsin home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright just hit the market for the first time in its history. The Usonian-style residence, designed in 1954, is listed for $725,000. Wright built hundreds of homes in his lifetime and has been called the…

forbes.com - Ewan Spence - Forget The New MacBook Pro, Apple Has Something Better
Forget The New MacBook Pro, Apple Has Something Better
Forbes

It used to be that Apple customers saw the MacBook Air as a lesser laptop and the MacBook Pro as the laptop for power users. With the move to Apple Silicon, the MacBook Air gained enough performance to topple that rule of thumb. With the summer…

sfchronicle.com - Matthew Fleischer - S.F. is ignoring California housing law. The results will be ugly
S.F. is ignoring California housing law. The results will be ugly
San Francisco Chronicle

Yes, that's as bad as it sounds. So how have city officials responded? Have they shown the slightest bit of urgency? Or even a smidgen of introspection? Supervisor Dean Preston responded to Newsom by calling the governor an agent in a neoliberal…

un.org - At UN, Foreign Minister Wang Yi sees 'hope' in turbulent times, reaffirms 'One China' policy
At UN, Foreign Minister Wang Yi sees 'hope' in turbulent times, reaffirms 'One China' policy
United Nations

“We are at a time fraught with challenges. COVID-19 keeps resurfacing, global security faces uncertainty, the economic recovery is fragile and unsteady, and various other risks and crises are emerging,” he said in his address to the…

un.org - 'We must continue to believe in the power of diplomacy,' India says in UN speech
'We must continue to believe in the power of diplomacy,' India says in UN speech
United Nations

The Minister outlined India's commitment to multilateralism, evidenced, he said, by the decision to supply vaccines to over 100 nations, provide disaster relief to those in distress, and partner with other countries, with a focus on green growth…

13abc.com - WTVG Staff - BGSU announces new School of Engineering, School of Aviation
BGSU announces new School of Engineering, School of Aviation
WTVG

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees met and approved a major restructuring project on Friday, Sept. 23. This comes as a landmark change to the University's College of Technology Architecture and Applied…

rte.ie - RTÉ Culture - 100 Buildings: The Ugliest Building in Roscommon?
100 Buildings: The Ugliest Building in Roscommon?
RTÉ

The 1970s was a decade of contradictions, with austerity measures introduced after the promise of an abundance of cheap materials and even cheaper oil. It was also a decade of architectural experiment, with postmodernism ousting modernist…

searchenginejournal.com - Kristopher Jones - Website Organization Best Practices For Law Firms
Website Organization Best Practices For Law Firms
Search Engine Journal

Reaching the top of the law firm search results can be intimidating. Focusing on site architecture is an essential step toward creating a top-ranked search presence. Virtually every aspect of search optimization, from content to user experience…

ft.com - Aime Williams - Global climate leaders push for overhaul of IMF and World Bank
Global climate leaders push for overhaul of IMF and World Bank
Financial Times

Barbadian premier Mia Mottley sets out steps at UN for reform as support builds for rethink of financial institutions A rebellion against the status quo of the global financial architecture dating to the second world war gathered momentum in New…

therealdeal.com - Ilya Hourie - Unique Wisconsin Frank Lloyd Wright Hits the Market
Unique Wisconsin Frank Lloyd Wright Hits the Market
The Real Deal

TRD STAFF SEP 24, 2022 3:00 PM If you're reading this, you may already be behind the eight-ball when it comes to buying a rare Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home. The Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin house at 1425 Valley View Drive was listed for $725,000…

businessinsider.com - Hannah Towey - What it's like to work in Svalbard, a visa-free zone by the North Pole
What it's like to work in Svalbard, a visa-free zone by the North Pole
Business Insider

Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago by the North Pole, is one of the world's only visa-free zones. But residents who can't support themselves or find housing can be expelled by the governor. Insider spoke with four locals (one of whom was deported)…

abc.net.au - Firepits and farmers: How Geelong turned its greatest weakness into one of its greatest strengths
Firepits and farmers: How Geelong turned its greatest weakness into one of its greatest strengths
ABC

On a property just south-west of Geelong, a young bloke with a country twang utters one of the most common refrains of the tortured farmer. 'Goddamn,' he says after a groan of frustration as his cows go left when they should have gone right. 'I…

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