Category: Technobabble

ALL CAPS, New Teammates, and Canada’s Murder Hotspots

@sloggingSlogging (Slack Blogging) Your Slack? Insightful words by highly intelligent people. Your tech blog? Not so much. Write together. #SloggingBeta This Slogging thread by Limarc, Amy, Hang, Linh, Ellen, richard-kubina, Katarina, Jeferson Borba, Marcos Fabian, Arthur and Daria occurred in...

/ July 30, 2021

The Best Moments in the Witcher 3

@nicolasngNicolas Ng Hi! I’m a Journalism student writing gaming stories with the Hacker Noon Blogging Fellowship! The Witcher 3’s fame as a story-based RPG has persisted half a decade since it first came out. We talk about our favourite story...

/ July 29, 2021

Common web vulnerabilities every hacker and developer should know

We’ve put together a list of the most visited Detectify blog posts on common web vulnerabilities to help anyone interested in hacking and defending: Web applications and hosted software make up the largest attack surface for modern tech organizations. The...

/ July 28, 2021

Let’s Talk About Startup Structure

@lomitpatelLomit Patel Lomit Patel is the Bestselling author of “Lean AI” and SVP of Growth at IMVU. Your startup organizational structure is the foundation of the empire you’re about to build. Despite what much of the corporate world would have...

/ July 28, 2021

OpenAI’s New Code Generator: GitHub Copilot (and Codex)

@whatsaiLouis Bouchard I explain Artificial Intelligence terms and news to non-experts. You’ve probably heard of the recent Copilot tool by GitHub, which generates code for you. You can see this tool as an auto-complete++ for code. You give it the...

/ July 25, 2021

Is Pisces is the Dumbest Star Sign?

@sloggingSlogging (Slack Blogging) Your Slack? Insightful words by highly intelligent people. Your tech blog? Not so much. Write together. #SloggingBeta This Slogging thread by Amy, Linh, Limarc, Utsav Jaiswal, Arthur, and Natasha occurred in hackernoon’s official #only-at-hackernoon channel, and has...

/ July 24, 2021

Dissecting TikTok’s Business Model

In 2020, I used TikTok to promote my book. During my research about content, I had trouble seeing TikTok’s business model. There were no posts marked “promoted.” My TikTok experiment failed, meaning I did not sell any books. But ever...

/ July 23, 2021

The Walled Gardens of Social Media: From the Free Web to the “Free” Web

Once upon a time, the personal computer stored the user data. Then, the Web came along. What made the Web a mighty force was that it was free. Anyone could access and build applications for the Web. In those days,...

/ July 23, 2021

Tokyo 2020 Data Breach – Details Of The Event’s Volunteers Exposed

Posted on July 22, 2021 at 8:36 PM IDs and passwords of some Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games holders are believed to have been leaked online. According to the report from a government official, who wants to stay anonymous,...

/ July 22, 2021

The People’s Bank of China and the new white paper on the e-CNY (Digital Yuan)

@hughharsonoHugh Harsono Hugh writes about cyberspace, digital currencies, economics, foreign affairs, and technology. In July 2021, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) released a white paper detailing the current workings of the digital yuan, also referred to as the e-CNY....

/ July 22, 2021

1 TB of Data From Saudi Aramco Put Up For Sale On The Dark Net

Posted on July 21, 2021 at 6:18 PM A recent report reveals that threat actors have put the data of Saudi Arabian oil company, Aramco, on the darknet for $5 million. The company stated that the data breach came from...

/ July 21, 2021

How Telemedicine Hacked Nursing Home Needs [Infographic]

@brianwallaceBrian Wallace Founder @ NowSourcing. Contributor @ Hackernoon, Advisor @GoogleSmallBiz, Podcaster, infographics As we all know, the COVID pandemic of 2020 hit nursing homes particularly hard. Outbreaks in nursing homes were more severe due to the fragility of residents. Then...

/ July 20, 2021