Code:deck is a set of playing cards with a bit of code on them to add some color and style. The cards are made by a trio of IT professionals and are available at Varianto25.com.
I recently watched the movie Disconnect, a 2012 movie about three scenarios where the digital world collides with people’s personal lives. The different scenarios include cyber bullying, identity theft, and online prostitution.
In this fictional drama, a former IBM executive, Joe McMillan (Lee Pace) plans to reverse engineer the flagship product of his former employer, he forces his current company, Cardiff Electric, into the personal computer race.
Will the next CSI spin-off CSI: Cyber teach people about cybercrime, IT security, and other important aspects of technology?
This collection of posters draws from various sources and can help decorate the walls of your cubicle or office.
Microsoft has a little hidden web game available called Escape from XP.
Stratolith is a game coming in Winter 2014 for PC, Mac, and iPad.
‘Terms and Conditions May Apply’ is an award winning documentary about EULAs, Terms and Conditions, and Privacy Policies.
Data Dealer is a web game where you strive to climb the market dealing and profiting from private information. Think Farmville for personal data.
April Fools is upon us once again. Google has had a pretty good presence at making jokes in previous years but this year it seems visitors are receiving the jokes with a little disdain. I have seen a handful of comment threads today filled with grumbling where people mention that Google has put more work […]