A Job I Could Get Into? (And Twitter in the news — again.)
Once again, a “reader comment” makes me think I may be in the wrong line of work..
Wonder how much that pays?
(I hope you’ll forgive the lack of a real article today. I’m still suffering from Super Bowl Heartbreak.)
Headline News: Twitter succumbs to “extremely sophisticated” attack
“Twitter, with more than 500 million registered users globally, may soon be adding additional login protections. The company disclosed Friday …” Read more..
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