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U.S. Agents to Legally Hack Computers Everywhere

U.S. Agents to Legally Hack Computers Everywhere

Natalie Novitski *Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

Driverless Cars are Getting Smarter

Driverless Cars are Getting Smarter

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

Report: Cyber Criminals Discover Bitcoin

Report: Cyber Criminals Discover Bitcoin

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security Posted by Dan Arkin Online criminals discover the bitcoin: More than 8 million anti-bitcoin attacks recorded in 2013 * watch your online wallet carefully. The virtual currency bitcoin suffers at the hand of hackers. 2013 saw a sharp rise in the number of cyber attacks aimed at the currency – […]

Six days before the mast: a seaward journey—Day Three

Six days before the mast: a seaward journey—Day Three

By Hamilton Cowie Editor’s Note: In the first installment Chef Cowie covered the first two days of his journal.  Come on board for the next episode of this seaward journey. DAY 3 I relieved John at 4 am.  He looked like he was having a good time sitting there in the cockpit.  Auto-pilot makes life […]

Cherry Blossom Time in Washington DC by award winning photojournalist Dana Rene

Cherry Blossom Time in Washington DC by award winning photojournalist Dana Rene

We are so fortunate to have been granted permission to share four stunning photos by award-winning photojournalist Dana Rene. Born in 1974 Dana Rene  been a photojournalist  for 18 years, 13 years in newspapers and currently working as a freelance photographer in Washington DC for five years.  Born in Southern California, Dana became interested in […]

U.S. Warns Healthcare Providers Against Hackers

U.S. Warns Healthcare Providers Against Hackers

New Scanner May End Aviation Liquid Restrictions–You can keep that bottle of water

New Scanner May End Aviation Liquid Restrictions–You can keep that bottle of water

Image: Cobalt Light Systems A new machine, shop capable of identifying the chemical composition of liquids sealed within non-metallic containers without opening them, has been developed by Cobalt Light Systems. The Insight100 should enable airports to remove the existing hand-luggage liquid ban through phased implementation over the next two years. According t o HLS News […]

Michigan Takes Away the “Right to Farm” from Folks in the Suburbs–Could it happen here?

Michigan Takes Away the “Right to Farm” from Folks in the Suburbs–Could it happen here?

Editor’s Note: Whether we are right or left on the political spectrum we all want to maintain the right to be independent and be able to grow our own food.  What has happened in Michigan can certainly happen here in our own backyards. By Daisy Luther Originally Published at Nutritional Anarchy . The War on […]

Six days before the mast: a seaward journey

Six days before the mast: a seaward journey

By Hamilton Cowie . . Editor’s note:  Mr. Cowie was a crew member on a contract voyage to move a sailboat from  South Carolina to Maryland, operated by Capt. Michael Miller of NY. This is the first installment of his  story. . DAY 1: . I arrived at the Charleston airport around 1:45 pm on a […]

New U.S. Army Unmanned Helicopter

New U.S. Army Unmanned Helicopter

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security . Editor’s Note: An unmanned helicopter squander (smaller drones at this time) is being relocated to Point Mugu . In cooperation with the U.S. Army, Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. successfully flew an unmanned Black Hawk helicopter recently in an effort to provide autonomous cargo delivery to soldiers on the battlefield. The […]