Brian A. Smith, a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Columbia Engineering, has developed the RAD—a racing auditory display—to enable gamers who are visually impaired to play the same types of racing games that sighted players can play. https://www.youtube.com/user/columbiauniversity

January 31 2018
In this video Intricity 101 share’s how a serverless architecture can be more secure than a persistent architecture behind a firewall.
Thorough description on how the cloud is more secure than a firewall

Surveys about sexual harassment reveal a variety of opinions about what constitutes harassment and how often it occurs.
What the polls are saying about sexual harrassment

A Russian military jet performed an unsafe intercept of a US Navy P-3 Orion surveillance plane while it was flying in international airspace over the Black Sea on Monday
CNN: Russia flys jet within feet of U.S. Navy Plane

What to expect from the Presidens first Union Address
ABC News: Trump prepares for State of the Union Address

Privacy is described as a fundamental right now in many countries, but why is financial privacy so hard?
Cryptocurrency: Andreas Antopoulos discusses the price of losing privacy

Finally at least saw a little movement on Litecoin today, and coming to some key areas of the falling wedge as we move forward to begin the week in LTC
Litecoin chart analysis 1/29/2018

Engineers from the University of Cambridge are using abandoned tunnels as testing grounds for monitoring technologies.
University of Cambridge: The makings of a smart tunnel in London

A new paper suggests that sugar may be as addictive as cocaine. The latest findings have evoked strong reactions across the medical community. RT America’s Brigida Santos has the story from Los Angeles.
Sugar Vs Cocaine

Do you suffer from allergies? Follow the dendritic cell and the entire Scientific American Allergy Orchestra to discover how allergens from pollen to pet dander can change the body’s tune.
Scientific American explains why allergies make you sneeze

January 30 2018
Jessica Rosenworcel is an American lawyer who currently serves as a member of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Joe Rogan argues the FCC is corrupt

Study shows how living in poverty can affect you permanently
How poverty changes your brain

Mexico automobile sector: Booming
How Mexico is winning the car manufacturing war

State by state foreign born populations since 1950
State by state immigration trends since 1950

3 minute explanation of Ethereum by inventor Vitalik Buterin.
Cryptocurrency Ethereum explained by the creator Vitalik Buterin

January 29 2018
Internet-Goers Watch Out! ISPs Are Now Allowed to Sell Your Digital Privacy
Have you heard? The same providers that gave you your beloved internet connection now […]

What Jobs? Trump is Trying to Revive Coal Mining Posts that Don’t Exist
  Machines replacing workers is an ongoing issue that is still being ignored by […]

Chartguys.com chart analysis for BTC-ETH-LTC
Bitcoin-Ethereum-Litecoin Analysis

Possible solutions to lessen the risk of fentanyl exposure
How fentanyl can sicken first responders to a heroin overdose

Casino legend Steve Wynn accused of sexual misconduct
Owner of Wynn hotel in Las Vegas accused of “pattern of sexual misconduct”

Trump in Davos: America first
Trump in Davos: America first

Will Litecoin be bullish for the long term?
Litecoin technical analysis

Blockchains can make organizations transparent but secure
Blockchain will disrupt these 19 industries

A day in the life of a data scientist at the AT&T Foundry in Plano, Texas.
What do data scientists actually do?