:n/e/t/surf: SMSRansomeware: Vos données contre une rançon
Une nouvelle forme de logiciel malveillant, le ransomware, répandu par des criminels de plus en plus sophistiqués, prend en otage vos données personnelles et verrouille votre ordinateur.
Emily Turrettini pour Bilan.
textually.org'Micro-volunteer' your time to help the blind
A new app called Be My Eyes allows you to “micro-volunteer” tiny portions of your time, perhaps less than a minute, remotely via your smartphone. The Telegraph reports.
The idea is to lend your sight to a blind person, via a one-way video link, and help them accomplish a task that is simple for you but impossible for them.
3DPrintinge-NABLE: A network of passionate volunteers using 3D printing to give the World a 'Helping Hand'
e-NABLE was inspired by two people — a prop maker from the USA and a carpenter from South Africa — that came together from 10,000 miles apart to create
What originally started out as a couple of guys who created something to help one child in need as grown into a World wide movement of tinkerers, engineers, 3D print enthusiasts, occupational therapists, university professors, designers, parents, families, artists, students, teachers and people who just want to make a difference.
There are people around the Globe – 3d printing fingers and hands for children they will never meet, classes of high school students who are making hands for people in their local communities, a group of people that are risking their lives to get these devices onto people in 3rd World countries and new stories every day of parents working with their children to make a hand together.
It turns out that one my relatives in Maine (he would rather not be named) is part of this grassroots movement and a member of the e-NABLE network. I asked him how it works for him:
I have printed several hands now, but have not had machines reliable enough to accept a match with a person. I am working on improving the design of the "Raptor Reloaded" model and experimenting with a number of different materials. NinjaFlex looks very promising in a variety of ways and I am finding a Taulman filament that is a blend of polymer and nylon (PCTPE) is also quite strong yet has a flexibility component that may well prove useful.
Related: - Project Daniel - One of my favorite projects. Mike Ebeling from a group called Not Impossible flew to war-torn Sudan to 3D print arms for children and set up a 3D printing lab so his work could continue when he left.
The Good DroneFAA Releases Video Declaring The Super Bowl A “No Drone Zone”
The FAA released a 15-second video Wednesday urging fans to enjoy the Superbowl and to leave their drones at home.