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  1. Microsoft webmail breach exposed email addresses and subject lines  Engadget
  2. Microsoft reveals hackers accessed some Outlook.com accounts for months  The Verge
  3. Microsoft discloses security breach impacting some Outlook accounts  ZDNet
  4. PSA: Microsoft says hackers had access to some Outlook․com accounts for months  9to5Mac
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          Stratolaunch completes the first flight of the world's largest airplane      Comment   Translate Page      

Stratolaunch is making some history even as it scales back its ambitions -- the company has successfully flown the world's largest aircraft, the Scaled Composites Stratolaunch, for the first time. The dual-fuselage rocket hauler took off from the Mojave Air and Space Port soon after 10AM Eastern on April 13th and completed a roughly 2.5-hour journey, reaching a maximum altitude of 17,000 feet. It wasn't carrying a payload, but its trip is still a big deal for a machine that was first announced eight years ago and boasts an unprecedented 385-foot wingspan.

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          AI program beats Dota 2 World Champions - and no one is safe - Dexerto      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. AI program beats Dota 2 World Champions - and no one is safe  Dexerto
  2. OpenAI’s Dota 2 AI steamrolls world champion e-sports team with back-to-back victories  The Verge
  3. OpenAI’s Dota AI beats pro team OG as first AI to defeat reigning world champions  Vox.com
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          Re: The Reference Frame: Media simply invented the "creator" of the black hole picture      Comment   Translate Page      

This article explains that it's my fault
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This kind of press can be thrown in a BH without giving any information paradox.


          ‘PUBG’ Has Been Banned In Nepal      Comment   Translate Page      

'PlayerUnknown's Battleground' imagery on display during the Microsoft xBox E3 briefing.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) was released in December, 2017. The high-intensity first-person shooting game was initially released exclusively for PC and Xbox gamers, but its developers eventually decided to port the game over to mobile devices and released a version, PUBG Mobile, for both Android and iOS devices. The developers later decided to offer the game on Sony’s PlayStation 4, as previously reported by The Inquisitr.

The game’s popularity has grown tremendously since its release and it now has players from all over the world. However, it seems several countries have decided to ban the game due to the effect the game’s graphic gameplay is having on children.

Most recently, the game has been banned in Nepal, according to a report from The Verge.

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          Twitch releases its first original game, a karaoke title called Twitch Sings, with a "go live" button to start a Twitch broadcast, available for free on Windows (Nick Statt/The Verge)      Comment   Translate Page      

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Twitch releases its first original game, a karaoke title called Twitch Sings, with a “go live” button to start a Twitch broadcast, available for free on Windows  —  The live streaming platform is getting into game development  —  Since becoming the de facto game streaming platform …


          Microsoft discloses security breach that impacted some Outlook accounts - ZDNet      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Microsoft discloses security breach that impacted some Outlook accounts  ZDNet
  2. Microsoft reveals hackers accessed some Outlook.com accounts for months  The Verge
  3. Microsoft: Hackers compromised support agent’s credentials to access customer email accounts  TechCrunch
  4. Microsoft: Hackers breached Outlook email accounts, among others  WHIO
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          Soundgarden Fans Petition To Name Newly-Photographed Black Hole After Chris Cornell      Comment   Translate Page      
Earlier this week, a team of scientists at the Event Horizon Telescope revealed the first-ever photograph of a supermassive black hole. Here on Planet Earth, the reflective glow of the photo brought to mind one of the 1990s biggest songs: Soundgarden's 1994 hit "Black Hole Sun." Now, a group of longtime fans have started a…
          Microsoft reveals hackers gained access to its web email services for three months - BetaNews      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Microsoft reveals hackers gained access to its web email services for three months  BetaNews
  2. Microsoft discloses security breach that impacted some Outlook accounts  ZDNet
  3. Microsoft reveals hackers accessed some Outlook.com accounts for months  The Verge
  4. Microsoft: Hackers breached Outlook email accounts, among others  WPXI Pittsburgh
  5. Cybercriminals Compromised Some Outlook.com Accounts  Thurrott.com
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          ‘PUBG’ Has Been Banned In Nepal      Comment   Translate Page      

'PlayerUnknown's Battleground' imagery on display during the Microsoft xBox E3 briefing.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) was released in December, 2017. The high-intensity first-person shooting game was initially released exclusively for PC and Xbox gamers, but its developers eventually decided to port the game over to mobile devices and released a version, PUBG Mobile, for both Android and iOS devices. The developers later decided to offer the game on Sony’s PlayStation 4, as previously reported by The Inquisitr.

The game’s popularity has grown tremendously since its release and it now has players from all over the world. However, it seems several countries have decided to ban the game due to the effect the game’s graphic gameplay is having on children.

Most recently, the game has been banned in Nepal, according to a report from The Verge.

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          Por qué hay gente viendo series y escuchando podcasts a 1,5x      Comment   Translate Page      

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"Dejad de escuchar podcasts a 1,5x". El artículo de The Verge con ese titular se publicó en 2015 y lamentaba que hubiera oyentes de podcasts que decidieran escucharlos a mayor velocidad de la que fueron concebidos y grabados originalmente. Buzzfeed los bautizó el año pasado como los "podfasters", reconociendo que es una práctica mucho más habitual de lo que puede parecer a simple vista. Y que no se restringe sólo al audio.

Quizás sorprenda, pero hay espectadores que ya no conciben no ver sus series favoritas a 1,5x (o hasta al doble de la velocidad original) y lectores que devoran los libros en el estilo del robot de 'Cortocircuito'. ¿Lo hacen sólo para ganar tiempo y poder ver, leer y escuchar más cosas? ¿Qué beneficios, y qué desventajas, acarrea esa práctica? ¿Estará el FOMO detrás de todo esto?

Quiénes son los "fasters"

Para la elaboración de este tema, preguntamos en Twitter si había alguien que tuviera por costumbre ver las series a 1,5x. La mayoría de las respuestas oscilaban entre las genuinamente sorprendidas y horrorizadas con las que reconocían haberlo hecho alguna vez, en casos excepcionales, cuando tuvieron que ver por obligación algo que no les interesaba. Ninguna de ellas daba crédito a que existieran personas para las que la velocidad 1,5x fuera lo normal.

Pero existen. El tuitero Araide Sensei reconoce que ve todas sus series a 2x porque "va demasiado lento para mí todo. Me aburro, me pongo nervioso, saco el móvil, me distraigo... Necesito un poco (bueno bastante, je) más de velocidad que me obligue a mantener la atención y que condense el entretenimiento". También hay quien probó alguna vez esta práctica y entiende que se utilice para estar al día de lo que se estrena o para hacerse una idea de cómo es la serie, como señala Carlos Sarmiento: "(sirve para) enterarte y ver cómo se enfoca el desarrollo dándole una cantidad de tiempo menor".

Twd 'The Walking Dead' es una serie que bastantes de las personas con las que hemos hablado para este reportaje reconocen que ven a 1,5x.

En teoría, a 1,5x, las voces no se distorsionan tanto y los diálogos se comprimen lo justo para poder entenderlos sin perder información, pero los detractores de esta costumbre aseguran que se altera la intención de las escenas y sí que hay cosas que estos espectadores "acelerados" no ven por culpa de esa mayor velocidad. ¿Es así? "No", afirma Juan, desarrollador informático de profesión, que añade: "aunque al poco me di cuenta que usando subtítulos me perdía menos cosas y, por supuesto, si había algo que no pillaba, le daba para atrás y listo. Que lo viera a 1,5x no significaba que quisiera perderme algo". Araide Sensei va un poco más allá, porque reconoce que "si lo viese a velocidad normal sí que me perdería cosas, porque desconecto".

¿Por qué se decide ver las series, y hasta películas, de esta manera? La explicación más común siempre es la misma, y se divide en dos partes: para ahorrar tiempo y para no dejar a medias algo que ya has empezado. Taylah lo resume de esta manera:

Por lo general es por dos cosas: falta de tiempo (si puedo ver un episodio de 45 minutos en 30 y no perderme nada sin que el diálogo se vea afectado, pues fantástico) y 2), cuando sé por otras personas que el episodio que estoy viendo no es de los mejores, y si la serie ha llegado a un momento bajo y luego repunta, pero no quiero saltarme episodios, por completista.

Es un razonamiento que también apunta Javi C., y que es el más extendido entre este tipo de espectadores: "solo las que están en una fase en la que las veo más por completar la serie, que porque me engancha en sí. 1,5x es la velocidad donde no te pierdes nada, pero no la pondrías con una serie que disfrutas (porque se te acaba antes)".

A veces, es un comportamiento que se traslada desde YouTube. Es decir, varias de las personas que nos contaron su experiencia reconocían que sólo veían vídeo a mayor velocidad en YouTube. Y establecían una separación clara entre esos vídeos y las series y películas. "La narrativa de una historia, como una película o un libro, depende del ritmo y del diálogo, de lo que se dice y, sobre todo, cómo. Con una variación de la velocidad se altera completamente la narrativa que pretende el creador", explica Isaac.

Los podcasts acelerados

Podcast

Aunque se puedan organizar aninmados debates sobre si ver las series a 1,5x es lo adecuado o no, todavía no es una práctica tan extendida como entre los podcasts. Y el debate aún no ha llegado a las mismas cotas que en Estados Unidos. Slate publicaba en 2016 una defensa de ese modo de escucha diciendo "muchos escuchamos podcasts más rápido de lo normal. ¡Únete a nosotros!", y se extendía después contando que se hacía por una cuestión de tiempo y de la gran cantidad de podcasts interesantes que se publican diariamente. Aisha Harris, la autora de ese texto, tenía también su propio podcast y afirmaba que escucharlo todo a 1,5x la convertía en una consumidora más atenta.

Muchos de las personas que se sorprendieron cuando les preguntamos si veían las series a mayor velocidad afirmaban, sin embargo, que sí trasladaban esa práctica a los podcasts, y no pocos habían comenzado a utilizarla para tener una primera impresión de programas que querían seguir, para ver si merecían la pena. "Empecé porque estaba buscando podcasts que escuchar. En el texto puedes echar un vistazo en diagonal, decidir en segundos si te lo vas a leer o no. Con el audio, claro, es más complicado. Inviertes más, son minutos al menos antes de decidir si ese podcast es para ti", explica Antonio Ortiz. "Por eso, para probar nuevos podcasts, les daba a 1,5 x para entender de qué iban antes de decidir si me suscribía. Luego me costaba volver a 1x, así que me he terminado quedando en 1,2x o 1,3x".

Quienes ven o escuchan a 1,5x alegan que les permite ahorra tiempo para seguir todas las series o podcasts que les interesan

Hasta los propios podcasters utilizan la opción de reproducción a 1,2x o 1,5x que dan bastantes reproductores para mantenerse al día. Roberto Pastor, del podcast Kafelog, señala que "yo escucho podcasts a 1,5x simplemente por el hecho de quitarme podcasts acumulados. Lo prefiero a tener que borrarlos sin escucharlos. Si tengo que llegar a ese extremo, lo que hago es desuscribirme del podcast". Es consciente de que tienen oyentes que los escuchan a mayor velocidad, pero no cree que afecte demasiado a la experiencia o a la comprensión de lo que cuentan. Si lo hace, es de una manera mínima: "en nuestro caso, al ser un podcast de humor en el que hablamos bastante rápido, es muy posible que se pierda alguna broma, pero es algo concreto a nuestro caso".

Apagon 'El gran apagón' es un podcast de ficción.

En España, es más habitual que los podcasts sean más tipo magacines o tertulias entre los presentadores, pero también se hace ficción. Ahí, sin embargo, es donde Antonio Ortiz pone el límite a la hora de dar más velocidad a la reproducción: "sólo lo hice con alguno de Podium y es cierto que ahí puede penalizar la experiencia, en tanto en cuanto la narración intenta crear una atmósfera, un clima... Quizás por eso no me he acabado enganchando a los podcasts de ficción".

La tecnología facilita que podamos ver series y escuchar podcasts a mayor velocidad. También existe software que nos ayuda a leer más rápido, aunque esta práctica parece estar más centrada en estudiantes que en aficionados a la lectura. "Lo hacía hace años, en la carrera... No eran los libros en sí, sino mis apuntes. Los pasaba al PC y con un programa ponía la velocidad y me pasaban las letras a toda leche por la pantalla. Máxima concentración para leer, y era ideal de la vida para repasarlo todo", cuenta Aldara.

La otra cara de la moneda: el FOMO

Los "fasters" están ya muy acostumbrados a este consumo a mayor velocidad de la normal y les cuesta volver al 1x. Todo les parece lento y les cuesta prestar atención. "Me impaciento mucho, quizás tenga que ver el ritmo de la web, de internet y el móvil, con mucha notificación y cambio de contexto. Como si mi cerebro fuese ya un poco yonki de eso", explica Antonio Ortiz: "No es que tenga mucha base para afirmarlo más allá de la impresión personal, pero puede ser que no sea algo circunscrito sólo a la escucha de podcasts".

Desde finales de los 90, hay estudios que intentan discernir cómo afectan a nuestro cerebro la velocidad a la que se mueve internet y el modo en el que interaccionamos allí con otras personas. Linda Stone, investigadora de la revolución digital que empezó trabajando en Apple a finales de los 80, acuñó el término "atención continua parcial" para explicar cómo nos concentramos actualmente:

"Prestar una atención continua parcial es prestar atención parcialmente... de forma continua. Está motivada por el deseo de ser un nodo vivo en la red. Dicho de otro modo, queremos conectar y estar conectados. Queremos buscar de forma efectiva la oportunidad y optimizar las mejores oportunidades, actividades y contactos en cualquier momento. Estar ocupado, estar conectado es estar vivo, ser reconocido y ser alguien que importa".

Telefono Vivir constantemente conectados empieza a tener sus contrapartidas psicológicas.

Stone afirma que ese comportamiento responde también a un esfuerzo por no perderse nada, que es donde entra en juego otro término muy reciente: FOMO. Son las siglas en inglés de Fear Of Missing Out, miedo a estar perdiéndose algo, y es un síndrome que los psicólogos han identificado en los comportamientos en las redes sociales. Más en concreto, es "un trastorno producido por el avance de la tecnología y la cantidad de opciones que se nos presentan a las personas hoy en día. La causa de este fenómeno es estar continuamente conectados a la red".

El modo en el que las nuevas tecnologías afectan a nuestras interacciones sociales y a nuestro cerebro es un campo en el que están realizándose actualmente todo tipo de estudios, incluso sobre la psicología de los comentarios online. ¿Llegará a haberlos sobre los visionados de series a 1,5x?

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          Spanier hilft seiner schwer kranken Frau bei Suizid und landet vor "Gendergericht" – News vom 14. April 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
1. Der Spanier Ángel Hernández half seiner schwer kranken Frau beim Suizid. Die Justiz seines Landes verfolgt ihn jetzt wegen "Gendergewalt". Damit bezeichnet der spanische Staat sämtliche Gewalttaten, die Männer an ihren Partnerinnen verüben. Der Fall ist jetzt vor einem Gericht speziell für diese "Gendergewalt" gelandet:

Hernández war fassungslos. Er fühle sich als "gewalttätiger Machist" behandelt, sagte er in einem Fernsehinterview am Donnerstagabend. Fassungslos war auch die Staatsanwältin Pilar Martín Nájera, zuständig für Fälle von Männergewalt gegen Frauen. "Um als ein Fall von Gendergewalt verfolgt zu werden, muss es einen Kontext von Diskriminierung und Beherrschung durch den Mann geben", sagte sie.

Wahrscheinlich irrt sich die Staatsanwältin. Anfang dieses Jahres war ein Grundsatzurteil des spanischen Obersten Gerichtshofes bekannt geworden, das feststellte: "Wenn es eine Aggression des Mannes gegen die Frau gibt, ist das Gendergewalt." Ein "Dominanzverhalten des Mannes nachzuweisen" sei nicht nötig. So habe es der Gesetzgeber mit seinem Gesetz über Gendergewalt aus dem Jahr 2004 gewollt.




2. Eine Britin, die öfters mal betrunken Auto fährt und dabei andere Autos rammt, bleibt vom Gefängnis verschont, weil sie eine Frau ist.



3. Noch mal zurück nach Spanien: Dort zieht eine Schule "Rotkäppchen" aus dem Verkehr, weil es sich um sexistische Literatur handele. Darüber berichtet das US-Magazin Newsweek:

Eine Schule in Katalonien hat aus ihrer Bibliothek 200 klassische Kinderbücher wie "Dornröschen" und "Rotkäppchen" wegen der Darstellung sexistischer Stereotypen zurückgezogen.

Nach der Analyse der Inhalte der Bibliothek für Kinder bis zum Alter von sechs Jahren stellte die Leitung der Taber School in Barcelona fest, dass rund ein Drittel der Geschichten "toxisch" seien und nur ein Zehntel der Bücher aus geschlechtsspezifischer Sicht geschrieben wurde.

Anna Tutzó, die in der Kommission war, die sich die Bücher anschaute (befand), dass solche Geschichten mit Klischees spielten, die Männlichkeit mit Mut verbinden, und sie wollte, dass Kinder kritisch über die Geschichten nachdenken, die ihnen erzählt werden.

"Auch in gewalttätigen Situationen, auch wenn es nur kleine Streiche sind, ist es der Junge, der gegen das Mädchen vorgeht. Dies sendet eine Botschaft darüber, wer gewalttätig sein kann und gegen wen", fügte sie hinzu.

Andere Schulen in Barcelona wollen dem Beispiel folgen.




4. Zwei Tüftler haben ein Sexspielzeug erfunden, mit dem Männer endlich onanieren können, ohne sich schuldig zu fühlen: die "Ussy".



5. Der Deutschlandfunk sendet ein fast einstündiges Feature über den Alltag eines alleinerziehenden Vaters mit drei Kindern.



6. Der Südkurier fragt: Die Mehrheit der Deutschen lehnt eine gendergerechte Sprache ab. Warum kommt sie dennoch? Der Artikel von Uli Fricker ist in Gänze lesenswert.



7. Das liberale Magazin Sp!ked beschäftigt sich mit der Neudefinition, die der Europarat nach MeToo für Sexismus vorgenommen hat, und kommentiert:

Das ist eine problematische Entwicklung. Die Bedrohung durch Sexismus und seine Auswirkungen wird immer mehr hochgespielt. Schlimmer noch, der Europarat schlägt eine Art Strafe für diejenigen vor, die sich nicht an die vom Eurparat bevorzugte Art halten, über Frauen zu sprechen oder sich mit ihnen zu beschäftigen. Er fordert, "rechtliche und politische Rahmenbedingungen, Maßnahmen und bewährte Praktiken zu institutionalisieren, die sich mit Sexismus, sexistischem Verhalten, Geschlechterstereotypisierung und sexistischem Hassreden befassen, insbesondere im öffentlichen Raum, im Internet und in den Medien, am Arbeitsplatz, im öffentlichen Sektor, in der Justiz, im Bildungs-, Sport- und Kulturbereich sowie im privaten Bereich, einschließlich der Instrumente zur Meldung sexistischen Verhaltens sowie in Disziplinarverfahren und Sanktionen".

Eines der Hauptprobleme des Feminismus im Jahr 2019 ist das Verändern der Spielregeln beim Thema Sexismus. Sehr viel Verhalten und Sprechen wird jetzt unter dem Label "Sexismus" zusammengefasst. So wurden beispielsweise im vergangenen Monat deutsche Anzeigen für Fahrradhelme von Politikern als sexistisch verurteilt, weil sie einen Blick auf nackte Frauenkörper gestatteten. Dies geschah trotz der Tatsache, dass in den gleichen Anzeigen Männer in einem noch stärkeren Zustand der Nacktheit gezeigt wurden.

(...) Wenn immer mehr öffentliche Bilder, Redeformen und private Kommentare als "sexistisch" definiert werden und wenn der Europarat Sanktionen gegen diejenigen vorschlägt, die solche Dinge tun oder sagen, wird die Möglichkeit einer neuen Art von Autoritarismus sehr real.

Ein Thema, das sich durch die Empfehlungen des Rates und durch den heutigen Feminismus im weiteren Sinne zieht, ist die Auffassung, dass Frauen ständig bedroht sind. Es erscheint paradox, dass Beamte bei den Bemühungen, zumindest scheinbar die Gleichstellung der Geschlechter herbeizuführen, argumentieren, dass ein Geschlecht, das weibliche, die Welt in seinem Namen reinigen lassen muss, nur für den Fall, dass seine Mitglieder jemals auf eine fragwürdige Idee oder Aussage stoßen. Die eifrige Suche nach Sexismus überall sieht aus wie ein Versuch, den Feminismus relevant zu halten. Und es ist ein Beweis für den heutzutage unersättlichen Wunsch, Opfer und Schurken hervorzubringen.




8. Die Post. Einer meiner Leser schreibt mir heute:

Katie Bouman wurde in den vergangenen Tagen in den Medien als die Wissenschaftlerin gefeiert, die das "Foto", bzw. die Rekonstruktion des Schwarzen Loches möglich gemacht hat.

Langsam kam dann aber heraus, dass Katie nur ein Teil eines Teams von 200 Leuten ist, die alle einen mehr oder weniger wichtigen Beitrag zu dem Bild geleistet haben, und und sich vor allem durch zwei Dinge auszeichnet: Sie ist eine Frau und es gibt niedliche Fotos von ihr.

Es ist schwer zu sagen, ob sie es war, die sich in den Vordergrund geschoben hat, oder ob es die Medien waren, die sich gierig auf sie als weibliche Symbolfigur gestürzt haben. Ich vermute eher letzteres. Das ändert aber nicht daran, daß die Leute ihren Ärger über die Darstellung in den Medien nun nicht bei den Medien, sondern bei Katie abladen. Und den Medien erlaubt das nun wieder, über Katie als Opfer und die frauenfeindliche Wissenschaft zu schreiben.

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Ben Funk, is an investor, advisor, and entrepreneur. He is Managing Partner of RockBolt LLP and serves as a Senior Advisor to a select group of investment and agricultural firms, globally.

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          Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down worldwide: reports       Comment   Translate Page      

Social networking services Facebook and Instagram, and messaging service WhatsApp are all experiencing issues for users worldwide, including in Pakistan, according to reports.

Facebook and Instagram are both inaccessible, with news feeds refusing to refresh and the main Facebook.com domain unavailable, while WhatsApp messages aren’t being sent or received, The Verge reported on Sunday.

People took to Twitter to report the outages, with #WhatsAppDown and #FacebookDown trending in Pakistan.

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          มนุษยชาติพ่าย OpenAI Five เอาชนะ OG แชมป์โลก Dota 2 สองเกมรวด - เตรียมเปิดให้คนทั่วไปได้ลองเจอ      Comment   Translate Page      

หลังจากพ่ายแพ้ไปอย่างหมดรูปไปในงาน TI8 ที่ผ่านมา แต่วันนี้พวกเขาล้างแค้นได้สำเร็จ เมื่อ OpenAI Five AI สำหรับการเล่นเกม Dota 2 สามารถเอาชนะ OG แชมป์โลกทีมล่าสุด เจ้าของแชมป์รายการ The International 2018 ไปด้วยสกอร์ 2-0 เกม ในงาน OpenAI Five Final แมตช์การแข่งขันต่อหน้าสาธารณชนครั้งสุดท้าย เมื่อกลางดึงคืนวันอาทิตย์ที่ผ่านมาตามเวลาในบ้านเรา

สำหรับข้อจำกัดในการแข่งขันนั้น มีความใกล้เคียงกับการแข่งขันครั้งก่อนๆ คือ แต่ละทีมสามารถเลือกเล่นฮีโร่ได้จากฮีโรทั้งหมด 17 ตัว คือ Axe, Crystal Maiden, Death Prophet, Earthshaker, Gyrocopter, Lion, Necrophos, Queen of Pain, Razor, Riki, Shadow Fiend, Slark, Sniper, Sven, Tidehunter, Viper, และ Witch Doctor โดย Lich ถูกนำออกไปจากลิสต์นี้ ซึ่งผู้พัฒนา OpenAI ให้เหตุผลว่า เนื่องจาก Lich มีการเปลี่ยนสกิลครั้งใหญ่ และอีกหนึ่งข้อจำกัดที่มีในเกมคือ การห้ามใช้ summon หรือ illusion ภายในการแข่งขัน

ผลการแข่งขันทั้ง 2 เกมที่ OpenAI Five เอาชนะ OG ได้นั้น เห็นได้อย่างชัดเจนว่า OpenAI Fiveมีความเข้าใจในตัวเกมมากขึ้นจากเวอร์ชั่นก่อนหน้า เช่น การเลือกที่จะรักษา Tower ของตัวเองไว้ เพื่อรักษาพื้นที่ได้เปรียบของตัวเอง หรือ การเลือกที่จะเล่นเกมช้าในเกมแรก และ รีบปิดเกมอย่างรวดเร็วในเกมที่สอง เมื่อพิจารณาถึงฮีโร่ที่ทั้งสองฝ่ายเลือกเล่น เป็นต้น

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ทั้งนี้ ในช่วงสิบเดือนที่ผ่านมา OpenAI Five ได้รับการฝึกเล่น Dota 2 รวมแล้วเป็นเวลา 45,000 ปีเมื่อเทียบกับมนุษย์ และได้มีการแข่งขันกับทีมระดับมืออาชีพอีก 3 ทีม อย่าง Team Lithium, SG E-Sports และ Alliance ซึ่งทุกทีมต่างแพ้ให้กับ OpenAI Five ด้วยสกอร์ 2-0

นอกจากนี้ ในงานยังมีแมตช์พิเศษที่ให้นักพากย์มาเล่นร่วมทีมกับ OpenAI Five อีกด้วย
สำหรับผู้ที่สนใจอยากลองฝีมือกับ OpenAI Five หรือ อยากทดลองเล่นในทีมเดียวกันกับ AI ตัวนี้ OpenAI Five ได้เปิดเว็บไซต์ให้ลงทะเบียนร่วมทดสอบแล้ว ซึ่งสามารถลงทะเบียนได้ที่ OpenAI Five Arena

สามารถรับชมรายการ OpenAI Five Final ได้ ที่นี่

ที่มา: Twitch: OpenAI, The Verge


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  1. Facebook and Instagram go down worldwide with users shown error message  Daily Mail
  2. Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp down worldwide  RT
  3. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are down for users around the world  The Verge
  4. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram DOWN due to technical issue  Mirror Online
  5. WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram not working  The Jerusalem Post
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  2. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram are down again  SoyaCincau.com
  3. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram DOWN due to technical issue  Mirror Online
  4. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are down for users around the world  The Verge
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  1. WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram not working  The Jerusalem Post
  2. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are down for users around the world  The Verge
  3. Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp down worldwide  RT
  4. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram DOWN due to technical issue  Mirror Online
  5. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down worldwide  DAWN.com
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          Google 文件將可以「直接」編輯 Word、Excel 及 Powerpoint 檔案,無須進行任何轉換      Comment   Translate Page      
Google 文件是目前最方便的雲端辦公室軟體,但是在離線作業時,多數使用者還是習慣透過微軟的 Office 辦公套件來處理文書工作,這也讓過去用戶上傳 .doc、.xls、.ppt 等檔案到 Google 雲端時,若要進行線上編輯,必須得多一道「轉換」的步驟。

Google 為了減少使用者轉換檔案的麻煩,於近日正式宣布,所有 Google 文件的一般用戶,以及採用 G Suite 的商業用戶,都將獲得編輯原生 MS Office 檔案的能力。換句話說,未來使用者將可以在 Google 文件中,對原本上傳的 MS Office 檔案進行編輯、評論和協作。

具體而言,以下所列出的這些文件類型,未來都將能夠在 Google 文件中直接編輯,免去轉換及產生副本的過程。這些 Google 文件支援的副檔名包含:

MS Office Word 文件:.doc/.docx/.dot

MS Office Excel 文件:.xls/.xlsx/.xlsm/.xlt

MS Office Powerpoint 文件:.ppt/.pptx/.pps/.pot

對於絕大部分的用戶來說,Google 文件即將獲得的更新,可謂是一大利多。畢竟過去透過 Google 文件編輯 MS Office 檔案時,都必須要進行轉換後,生出一份複本,才能夠有能力編輯或協作。檔案容量一大時,甚至得多等個好幾分鐘才能操作,增添許多無用功。

此外,在 Google 文件轉換 MS Office 檔案的過程中,也極常出現跑版、錯位等格式差異,相信在 Google 文件擁有編輯原生檔案的能力後,這樣的情況或多或少能夠有所改善。

Google 表示,原生 MS Office 檔案支援更新,預計很快在 4 或 5 月推出,到時候呈現出來的編輯畫面,會與原版 Office 軟體有多大差異,令人值得關注。

來源:The Verge

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          Facebook down worldwide (this guy makes Hayden seem like an IT genius)      Comment   Translate Page      
''Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are all experiencing issues this morning for users worldwide. Facebook and Instagram are both inaccessible, with news feeds refusing to refresh and the main Facebook.com domain unavailable. WhatsApp messages aren't being sent or received, and users of Facebook's main services have headed to Twitter to share that they're having issues. The outages appear to have started at around 6:30AM ET this morning, and come just a month after Facebook experienced its worst outage ever. Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram were all inaccessible for hours last month, and it wasn't until over 24 hours later that Facebook finally gave the all clear. Facebook blamed a "server configuration change," and apologized for the outages.'' https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/14/18310069/facebook-instagram-whatsapp-down-outage-issues These assholes probably got hacked for being such asshole hacks. Someone was like ''you wanna limit free speech well I limit you''
          Facebook, WhatsApp, dan Instagram Down      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta - Facebook, WhatsApp, dan Instagram lagi-lagi down pada Minggu sore (14/4/2019). Pengguna di Inggris, Eropa, dan Indonesia tak bisa mengakses ketiga platform digital milik Facebook ini.

Berdasarkan laporan situs error Down Detector per sore ini, WhatsApp tidak bisa diakses dilaporkan oleh banyak pengguna sejak pukul 17.00 WIB.

Jumlah laporannya pun kian meningkat selama satu jam terakhir. Adapun laporan berasal dari berbagai negara di dunia, antara lain adalah Indonesia, sebagian Asia, Eropa, Malaysia, Kamboja, dan lain-lain.

Sementara itu, hal serupa terjadi pada Instagram. Masih menurut Down Detector, laporan tumbangnya Instagram meningkat tajam selama satu jam terakhir.

Laman Down Detector menyebut sudah ada total 735 laporan dalam satu jam terakhir. Pengguna yang terdampak adalah mereka yang ada di Indonesia, Eropa, Hong Kong, India, sebagian Amerika Serikat, Rusia, dan Jepang.

Down Detector Facebook

Ilustrasi Facebook. Dok: theverge.com#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F581716

Pun demikian dengan Facebook. Laman Down Detector mencatat ada 1.282 laporan Facebook down sepanjang satu jam terakhir.

Peta tumbangnya WhatsApp yang dapat diakses di laman Down Detector (Liputan6.com/ Agustin Setyo W)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F581716

Di mana, mereka yang terdampak adalah pengguna yang berlokasi di Eropa, Jepang, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Amerika, dan sekitarnya.

Saat kami coba untuk mengakses ketiga platform milik Facebook pun, layanan tak bisa digunakan.

WhatsApp dan Instagram Tak Bisa Diakses

Ilustrasi cara kunci WhatsApp (Sumber:Pixabay)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F581716

Pada web.whatsapp.com misalnya, situs tak bisa dibuka sama sekali. Sementara saat menggunakan aplikasi, pesan yang dikirim tidak terkirim ke penerima.

Begitu juga dengan Facebook web yang tak bisa diakses. Sedangkan aplikasi Facebook tidak bisa me-load berbagai notifikasi yang masuk.

Facebook down, pengguna tidak bisa mengakses aplikasi maupun web Facebook (Liputan6.com/ Agustin Setyo W)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F581716

Laman Instagram pun mengalami masalah serupa. Kami tak bisa membuka laman Instagram web. Begitu pula dengan Instagram versi aplikasi yang tak bisa di-load.

Situs Instagram tak bisa diakses (Liputan6.com/ Agustin Setyo W)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F581716

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  2. Online trolls hijack scientist's image to attack Katie Bouman; they pick the wrong astrophysicist  NOLA.com
  3. Trolls are harassing a scientist who helped photograph a black hole  The Verge
  4. Colleagues Defend Katie Bouman For Her Work Creating 1st Black Hole Image | TODAY  TODAY
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  1. Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp Down As Malta And World Get Taste Of Life Before Social Media  Lovin Malta
  2. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp were down for more than two hours  The Verge
  3. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram down due to technical issue  Mirror Online
  4. Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp down worldwide  RT
  5. Billions disconnected: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp down across US, Europe  Quad-Cities Online
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  1. Apple and Qualcomm’s blockbuster lawsuit starts Monday, here’s why it matters  The Verge
  2. Apple seeks up to $27bn in legal battle with Qualcomm  Financial Times
  3. Apple, Qualcomm head into latest legal battle, with billions at stake  CNET
  4. WSJ report details Apple and Qualcomm relationship, hostile meeting between CEOs  9to5Mac
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  1. Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp suffer international outage  The Age
  2. Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp down worldwide  RT
  3. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp were down for more than two hours  The Verge
  4. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down worldwide: Singapore, Manila, Bangkok among those hit  Coconuts
  5. Billions disconnected: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp down across US, Europe  Quad-Cities Online
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          Vita�s Lost Games � A Look at the Digital Future      Comment   Translate Page      

Ever since the advent of full-game downloads on consoles, it seems the market has slowly been shifting towards a digital future where games are delivered through internet connections rather than physical disks. While the convenience this brings is undeniable, and plenty of gamers have embraced having a stuffed memory card in their Vita, there are major pitfalls that are slowly beginning to show, one of which is that games can be delisted without any prior warning, leaving them lost to time unless you bought them before they disappeared.

It’s these that I’m aiming to examine in this article - games which have been removed from the PlayStation Store, both those that are digital-only (meaning they’re gone forever) and those that have physical releases that you’ll need to hunt down. Why have they been delisted and what does this mean for the Vita’s digital future?

 

Digital Delisted Games With Physical Releases

Of course, the best case scenario for the games that will be featured in an article like this are those that have had both physical and digital releases, because this means that although they’ve been removed from digital storefronts you can still hunt down a physical copy, so you're not completely out of options.

Sadly, some of these have become hugely pricey as time has gone on, the main offenders being anime licensed titles from Bandai-Namco like A.W. Phoenix Festa and Digimon Story: Cyber SleuthBoth of these received physical English releases in Asia, meaning you can still get them, but prices are insanely high for both – Digimon regularly fetches upwards of $90/£90 on eBay, while Asterisk War is commanding more like $250/£250. Others, like Dragon Ball Z: Battle of ZJ-Stars Victory Vs+One Piece Pirate Warriors 3, and One Piece Unlimited World Red also received physical releases in Europe, making them slightly easier to hunt down, but even for these titles prices are only going to increase as time goes on.

Given the aforementioned titles' sudden disappearance from digital storefronts, I would also be on alert for other anime games suddenly disappearing from the store without notice. Things like Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory and Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs Force could well be next. Again, Asian-English physical versions are available for both, but with cart production ceasing this year these are only going to get rarer and rarer.

Licensing is a common issue among delisted titles. The Marvel licence in particular seems to be problematic. This means games like The Amazing Spider-Man and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 are long gone (sadly so too is the DLC for the latter, a problem which has also affected LittleBigPlanet as it offered Marvel-themed DLC), and so too is Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel’s Super Heroes. Speaking of Disney, its Star Wars IP formed part of Angry Birds Star Warswhich is now delisted, but so too is the Angry Birds Trilogy. This is a bit baffling since they were both originally mobile titles. Disney also licensed Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two to Sony and this can only be played via a now-expensive physical release.

A similar thing happened with both LEGO Lord of the Rings and LEGO The Hobbitwith both disappearing mostly overnight from all digital storefronts, not just Vita. Thankfully, pre-owned physical copies can be found at fairly cheap prices; something also true of Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour (although prices are starting to creep up). Speaking of sports titles, all three of the four FIFA games have been delisted, with only FIFA ’15 remaining (surely a ploy to get you to buy the most recent version, although it barely matters since they all play the same). Football Manager Classic 2014 is also gone too, despite some of the PSP Champion Manager games still being up!

The SpongeBob licence also seems to have expired for publisher Activision, meaning SpongeBob Heropants is gone and physical copies are beginning to shoot up in price, despite the game being a bit of a dud. Three more games which can’t be picked up for a reasonable amount anymore are Ben 10: Galactic Racing, Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen, and New Little King’s Story, the latter of which only got a physical English release in Europe and Asia, meaning it's pretty rare and getting rarer by the day. WRC3 on the other hand is delisted but easy enough to find. Whether you should or not is another matter, given it’s effectively obsolete with the much better WRC4 having released.

Oddly, despite being produced by mobile gaming giant Gameloft, Asphalt Injection and Dungeon Hunter Alliance have been delisted on Vita. The former sort of makes sense because it includes licensed vehicles, but the latter is baffling considering the PS3 version is still available. Perhaps it has something to do with Ubisoft publishing the Vita ports, which caused some kind of contractual issue (Ubisoft’s licensed rhythm game Michael Jackson: The Experience is also gone).

 

Digital Delisted Games Without Physical Releases

The other key class of games here is, of course, those that only received digital releases and had no physical counterparts, meaning they’re lost forever if you didn’t grab them while they were up on the store.

The one semi-exception to this rule is Adventure Time: Secret of the Nameless Kingdomwhich oddly received a physical release in Japan but not the west. Sadly, this physical version does not include any English text, making it a fairly useless import unless you want to muddle through. Thankfully, the developers warned of the delisting in advance and even sold the game for $0.99 for its final few weeks, meaning it was easy to grab as long as you had a PlayStation Network account.

Other titles weren’t so lucky. For example, games like Sony’s music festival simulation BigFest disappeared once its online servers went down, even though the game is still fully playable without them. Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition is a title that went without much warning too, likely due to an upcoming PS4/XB1 port, which meant that publisher Gearbox didn’t want gamers playing the older version (oddly it contained slightly more content than the newer release).

One of the first games to be delisted that really made headlines was Plants vs. Zombies, one of the console’s western launch titles that was a shining example of digital distribution done right... until it mysteriously vanished from the store without warning (likely to do with the licence given to Sony Online Entertainment expiring). Another game that received a surprising amount of attention for its delisting was The Pinball Arcadewhich lost a large number of its tables (offered through DLC) late last year, effectively gutting it in terms of content.

Less fanfare was made about the disappearance of things like Jazz: Trump’s Journey (I didn’t realise it myself until randomly browsing the other day. The loss of this one is a shame as it was highly recommended by a user on a forum I browse) and Superfrog HDboth of which had no real reason for being removed given they’re self-published indie titles. They go to show the volatility of the digital-only future.

The biggest offender in this regard is the whole of PlayStation Mobile, though – a now-defunct service which allowed developers to create small games for a nominal fee and put them up on the cluttered PSM Store. The whole initiative was shut down in 2015 and, worse still, you can’t actually re-download any of these titles anymore, meaning games like Forevolution, Rymdkapsel, Sword of Rapierand Tokyo Jungle Mobile are potentially lost forever (I have the games on my OLED Vita, which is probably going to die at some point, and then they’ll be gone for good for me).

 

Free-to-Play Games

The final group of games I want to touch on here are free-to-play titles, which rely on micro-transactions to stay viable, meaning that once the servers go down the games go down with them – a terrible result for those of us who want to preserve titles we love into the future.

The main one that stands out for me is Invokers TournamentVita’s first and only MOBA. Although it’s not gone yet (server shutdown is the 15th of May), there’s only a month and a half left to play it. It’s not the best game, but I still enjoyed my time with it and would recommend people try it out for something different on the handheld. In fact, Sony-published F2P titles have a habit of disappearing. Destiny of Spirits went down less than a year after being released, Ecolibrium is being shutdown in May alongside Invokers Tournament, and Fat Princess: Piece of Cake was swiftly removed from the store too. I feel like it’s only a matter of time until Run Sackboy! Run! is gone, so if you’ve ever been tempted to try it out the time is now.

A few third-party developers also tried their hands at the F2P market. One of the strangest was Square-Enix’s effort with Deadman’s Cross, a shooter mixed with a card game that seemingly didn’t do very well as it was shut down within a yearTreasures of Montezuma Blitz seemed to last a lot longer, but sadly even that’s gone now too (I don’t even remember hearing about it being removed).

One of my biggest regrets with Vita gaming was not getting a Japanese account sooner, as there were a tonne of fun-looking F2P titles on the Japanese store that are now long gone. Did you know, for example, that there was a crossover card game from Compile Heart named NepNep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru which mixed in characters from a variety of its Vita titles, including Monster MonpieceNeptunia and Trillion? Well, it’s delisted now, alongside things like Picotto Knights, a side-scrolling brawler from GungHo, Tri-Ace’s cover-shooter card game Judas Codeand both Chain Chronicle V and Samurai & Dragons from SEGA.

Square-Enix also released a new entry in its Mana series, entitled Rise of Mana, which was supposedly pretty well received, but the service was shut down in 2016 (apparently Square-Enix is looking to re-tool the game as something else, but that seems unlikely at this point and it definitely won’t be for Vita). Two Gundam games – Gundam Conquest V and Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Fortress - were also released in the region but went before I had chance to try them out. The fact these titles all disappeared so quickly means I’m probably going to have to hurry up if I want to play things like the Yakuza F2P spin-offs on the Japanese store, before they’re gone for good too.

 

Conclusion

As you might have gathered from the tone of this article, I’m a massive advocate of physical media, because it gives me the opportunity to preserve my games. I’m still planning on playing my Vita for years to come and having a copy I can put in a drawer to come back to later means I don’t have to rush to grab things before they’re gone. Sure, physical carts won’t last forever either (although they don’t suffer from disc rot, there are other problems with flash memory), but they at least offer a better solution.

The financial advantages of digital distribution mean we’re seeing more and more games opt for this route. Many indie titles wouldn’t be possible if physical production was the only way to release, for example. But it also means we’re at risk of seeing many more games lost to time. My only advice on this matter is to make sure that you don’t wait too long to buy something if you’re interested, especially if there’s some kind of licence involved (the recent news about Driveclub is a fantastic example of that).

Thankfully, there are companies out there like Limited Run Games that are working hard to preserve games (even if they’re not always entirely succeeding, with things like Night Trap being full of bugs and Ys Origin launching without the patch on the cart), so there are more physical options than ever before. Vita’s digital future has offered many advantages, but I'm certainly glad that carts exist and I’ll be playing mine for years to come.

Full Article - http://www.vgchartz.com/article/436943/vitas-lost-gamesa-look-at-the-digital-future/


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Sidewalk Toronto

  • Sidewalk Labs, the urban innovation arm of Google's parent company, Alphabet, plans to build a high-tech neighborhood along Toronto's Eastern Waterfront.
  • Local residents concerned about the company's plan to collect data in public spaces have waged an opposition campaign called Block Sidewalk, which is calling for an end to the project.  
  • The backlash is reminiscent of protests over Google's planned campus in Berlin and Amazon's proposed headquarters in New York City — both of which were abandoned before construction had even begun.  
  • The fate of these projects could provide a window into Alphabet's future in Toronto. 
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Technology companies were once heralded as the world's greatest problem-solvers — the answer to our desire to move faster, design quicker, and communicate more often. Today, they're blamed for all manner of ills, from skyrocketing rents to privacy violations to income inequality. 

Before this deep distrust began to bubble up in our culture, it would have been hard to imagine any city saying no to a development led by tech giants such as Amazon or Google. But that's exactly what's happening in cities like Berlin, New York City, and Toronto, where citizens have begun to challenge the role of tech companies as city-builders. 

In October 2018, Google cancelled plans to build a 32,000-square-foot campus in Kreuzberg, Berlin, amid activists' fears that the campus would drive up rents and push low-income residents out of their neighborhoods.

Read more: There's a battle brewing over Google's $1 billion high-tech neighborhood, and it could have major privacy implications for cities

Three months later, Amazon made the stunning decision to walk away from its planned second headquarters in New York City, known as HQ2, following a similar resistance from local politicians, who banded together to oppose the new development. 

As the two projects fought to stay alive, Sidewalk Labs — the urban innovation arm of Google's parent company, Alphabet — was developing plans for a $1 billion high-tech neighborhood in Toronto.

That project is now facing a similar opposition from angry residents who have called for its demise. As the backlash gains momentum, it could force Sidewalk Labs to abandon or alter its vision. 

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Sidewalk Labs has a hazy vision for a new kind of neighborhood

Unlike the previous Amazon and Google developments, Sidewalk Labs isn't attempting to build a hub for its employees. The Alphabet subsidiary wants to construct an entirely new neighborhood in Toronto — basically a living lab for urban design —  from scratch. The real-life "SimCity," known as Quayside, will sit atop 12 acres of land along Toronto's Eastern Waterfront. 

The company says its goal is to "set new standards" for how cities are designed and built, but the bulk of its ideas, including heated roadways for driverless vehicles and underground sensors that measure things like air quality and noise, aren't exactly new. 

In December, the company released a draft of its site plan that shows a mixed-use development with both commercial space and "flexible" floors that include retail and community areas. The majority of the neighborhood will be dedicated to housing — around 2,500 units for an estimated 5,000 residents. About 20% of this housing is labeled "affordable," though the company doesn't refer to specific income brackets.

The plan highlights concepts such as "people-friendly" roads, "animated" ground floor spaces, and "exceptional" bicycle infrastructure. Buildings will be made of mass timber and rely on sustainable heat sources like solar panels and geothermal wells. The most futuristic design elements are robots that deliver mail and transport garbage through underground tunnels.

The company has yet to release its full master plan, which is supposed to be approved by its board of directors and development partner, Waterfront Toronto, by September 30.

Some Canadians have begun to question whether the opacity is intentional. "By the time we get to the plans, essentially the decision has been made," said surveillance expert David Murakami Wood, who teaches at Queen's University in Ontario. 

Murakami Wood described the neighborhood as an "empire of choice," where citizens' needs and desires are satisfied by, but also dependent on, Google technology. 

Some people are concerned that Quayside will violate their privacy

Around the same time that Amazon pulled out of New York City, Sidewalk Labs was enduring its own string of controversy. In February, the Toronto Star published leaked documents that showed the company's desire to fund a new light rail transit line in Toronto. In exchange, it would receive discounted property taxes and collect fees from developers that would normally go back to the city.

In a statement to The Canadian Press, Toronto city councilman Gord Perks said the leak was "confirmation of our worst fears." He then called upon Canada's national, provincial, and local governments to "halt the process with Google." 

Prior to the leak, Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto had already generated criticism for a lack of dialogue with community residents. Attendees of public meetings hosted by the two entities said each meeting started with a presentation that informed community members of existing plans rather than asking the public to help build ideas from scratch.

From the very first community meeting, "the public really didn’t have a say" said Melissa Goldstein, a Torontonian who's been vocally opposed to the project. Goldstein said Sidewalk Labs responded to her critiques by "gaslighting," or making her feel that her concerns weren't valid.

"Every time a criticism is made of what they're doing, they basically absorb that criticism, re-package it, and sell it back to us as if they'd always thought this all along," Murakami Wood told Business Insider. "It's very basic and very obvious, and yet people fall for it every time." 

Sidewalk Labs previously told Business Insider that their ideas have "evolved, developed, and benefited" from the public's response.

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The struggle to achieve transparency over rudimentary plans has many locals, including tech workers and business execs, questioning the company's approach to privacy. 

By capturing the activity of residents through underground sensors, Sidewalk Labs would learn about certain daily movements and behaviors, like when a person is stopped at a traffic light or seated on a park bench. The company has pledged to make all of its public data anonymous, but it hasn't agreed to keep its data local.

Sidewalk Labs believes that its Quayside data can be governed under Canadian law without exclusively residing in the country. This would allow companies — and particularly startups — outside Canada to use the data for their own competitive agendas.

To see how a practice like this could play out, it's helpful to look at Facebook, which has been known to share users' contact information, calendars, friend lists, or private messages with companies like Apple, Spotify, and Netflix.

For the most part, this information has helped companies customize their user experiences and target new customers. But, in 2018, Facebook sold data on tens of millions of Americans to an English political consulting firm called Cambridge Analytica, which allegedly used this information to support Donald Trump's election in 2016. A year after the scandal broke, Facebook announced it would no longer provide third-party data services for targeted advertising.

Sidewalk Labs insists that the way to protect residents' personal information is to develop strong contracts and methods of encryption. 

The company has issued a lengthy proposal for an independent data trust that would hold it to the same standards as any other organization or government body. But the company also said there are no existing laws that determine ownership of this information, and few regulations that successfully protect it.

The trust, Murakami Wood said, is "a clearinghouse for other corporations to use that same data," which he said would be difficult to police outside Canada.

Residents are campaigning to 'Block Sidewalk'

Days before the data trust was announced, a technology expert on Waterfront Toronto's Digital Strategy Advisory Panel, Saadia Muzaffar, resigned over a lack of transparency. The panel, which formed in April 2018, focuses on guiding the fair and safe use of data technology in Quayside. Muzaffar was soon joined by one of the project's privacy experts, who was concerned that Sidewalk Labs wouldn't properly govern people's information. 

Their criticism has been echoed by Bianca Wylie, the co-founder of Tech Reset Canada, an organization that advocates for using technology to maximize the public good.

Back in October, Wylie questioned the need for Sidewalk Labs to collect personal information, worrying that it could be used to further its financial interests. At the time, she was still talking with Sidewalk Labs online and at public meetings. But when the leaked documents were published in the Toronto Star, she decided that the project had gone too far.

That was the "tipping point," she told Business Insider. 

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Wylie helped organize a campaign called Block Sidewalk along with 30 other locals, including Goldstein and Murakami Wood. The movement has since swelled to encompass hundreds of people with reservations about the project. 

"What we know about Sidewalk Labs is that they're accountable to their shareholders," Wylie told Business Insider. "If they'd read the room, they would [walk away]." 

As with Amazon HQ2, it's unclear how many residents actually oppose the development. A February poll conducted by the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT) showed that a slim majority of Torontonians were in favor of Quayside, but the poll was conducted prior to the leaked documents in the Toronto Star. As a trade organization, the TRBOT also stands to benefit from new development.

Goldstein said there's a lot less criticism of Google in Toronto than in other cities. One reason for this, she said, is that many residents associate Google with technologies that have improved their lives, such as Gmail and Google Maps. Though Toronto has its fair share of tech companies, it also hasn't witnessed the explosive tech takeover that widened inequality in US cities like Seattle, Washington, and San Francisco, California. 

Goldstein also believes many Toronto residents don't understand the project's details. 

"The vast majority have absolutely no idea what's going on," she told Business Insider. "It's hard to be opposed to something when you don't know anything about it."

There are similarities between Quayside and Amazon HQ2

In response to these criticisms, Sidewalk Labs pointed Business Insider to a recent editorial written by CEO and co-founder Dan Doctoroff.

"We weren't trying to do anything in secret — and none of what we are considering could ever happen without robust public discussion and approval processes — although we recognize that it might have seemed that way," Doctoroff wrote. "We aren't yet sure ourselves what commitments we are prepared to make." 

Dan Doctoroff

Doctoroff sees Sidewalk Labs as a "catalyst" for development along the Eastern Waterfront. But Block Sidewalk says the company is behaving like a government. 

Back when Amazon HQ2 was still headed to Queens, it was difficult to tell which priorities belonged to the tech giant and which belonged to New York City. The deal seemed to fulfill certain government wish-list items, like a slew of high-paying tech jobs and investments, but it also afforded Amazon nearly $3 billion in tax incentives.

The ongoing debate in Toronto raises similar questions about who's in charge. Sidewalk Labs has characterized its activity as executing the vision of Waterfront Toronto, a government agency, but Murakami Wood said Waterfront Toronto "seems intent on giving away control." As the public meetings went on, he said, Sidewalk Labs "showed nothing other than supreme arrogance" in pushing forward their own ideas without properly addressing residents' concerns.

According to Miguel Gamiño, New York City's former chief technology officer, development projects work best when local citizens are placed at the center of the conversation. Both Amazon HQ2 and Quayside, he said, would have benefited from more dialogue and better engagement between residents, government, and the private sector.

The project's future is uncertain

Wylie said the HQ2 debacle taught her how much it matters to speak up about local development practices. In the future, it might also provide a blueprint for how Torontonians could pressure Sidewalk Labs. 

When New York activists and politicians began opposing Amazon HQ2 last year, the company was forced to rethink its deal. In a statement announcing their change of heart, Amazon said that friction with local and state politicians prevented it from "go[ing] forward with the project we and many others envisioned in Long Island City." 

The same could happen to Quayside if Toronto's rallying cry becomes any louder. 

"If Sidewalk Labs looks like it's creating bad publicity for Alphabet as a whole, Alphabet will drop Sidewalk Labs," Murakami Wood told Business Insider.

Sidewalk Labs did not say whether this was a possibility, but a spokesperson recently told the Canadian Press that it "will be up to residents, Waterfront Toronto, and all three levels of government to decide" if the plan moves forward.

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eBay with quickshipelectronics has the new, open box Apple HomePod Intelligent Speaker (Space Gray, MQHW2LL/A) for $220 with free shipping.

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  1. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp hit by second outage within a month  Engadget
  2. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp were down for more than two hours  The Verge
  3. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users hit by outages  Aljazeera.com
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  1. OpenAI destroys TI8 champions OG 2-0  VPEsports
  2. OpenAI Five defeats professional Dota 2 team, twice  VentureBeat
  3. OpenAI’s Dota 2 AI steamrolls world champion e-sports team with back-to-back victories  The Verge
  4. OpenAI’s Dota AI beats pro team OG as first AI to defeat reigning world champions  Vox.com
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          Google 文件將可以「直接」編輯 Word、Excel 及 Powerpoint 檔案,無須進行任何轉換      Comment   Translate Page      
Google 文件是目前最方便的雲端辦公室軟體,但是在離線作業時,多數使用者還是習慣透過微軟的 Office 辦公套件來處理文書工作,這也讓過去用戶上傳 .doc、.xls、.ppt 等檔案到 Google 雲端時,若要進行線上編輯,必須得多一道「轉換」的步驟。

Google 為了減少使用者轉換檔案的麻煩,於近日正式宣布,所有 Google 文件的一般用戶,以及採用 G Suite 的商業用戶,都將獲得編輯原生 MS Office 檔案的能力。換句話說,未來使用者將可以在 Google 文件中,對原本上傳的 MS Office 檔案進行編輯、評論和協作。

具體而言,以下所列出的這些文件類型,未來都將能夠在 Google 文件中直接編輯,免去轉換及產生副本的過程。這些 Google 文件支援的副檔名包含:

MS Office Word 文件:.doc/.docx/.dot

MS Office Excel 文件:.xls/.xlsx/.xlsm/.xlt

MS Office Powerpoint 文件:.ppt/.pptx/.pps/.pot

對於絕大部分的用戶來說,Google 文件即將獲得的更新,可謂是一大利多。畢竟過去透過 Google 文件編輯 MS Office 檔案時,都必須要進行轉換後,生出一份複本,才能夠有能力編輯或協作。檔案容量一大時,甚至得多等個好幾分鐘才能操作,增添許多無用功。

此外,在 Google 文件轉換 MS Office 檔案的過程中,也極常出現跑版、錯位等格式差異,相信在 Google 文件擁有編輯原生檔案的能力後,這樣的情況或多或少能夠有所改善。

Google 表示,原生 MS Office 檔案支援更新,預計很快在 4 或 5 月推出,到時候呈現出來的編輯畫面,會與原版 Office 軟體有多大差異,令人值得關注。

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  • The Problem with SSH Agent Forwarding

    Put simply: if your jump box is compromised and you use SSH agent forwarding to connect to another machine through it, then you risk also compromising the target machine!

    Instead, you should use either ProxyCommand or ProxyJump (added in OpenSSH 7.3). That way, ssh will forward the TCP connection to the target host via the jump box, meaning that the actual connection happens on your workstation and if someone on the jump box tries to MITM your connection, then you will be warned by the SSH command.

  • Some Outlook Accounts Were Available To Hackers For Several Months

    According to a report by The Verge, a support agent’s account was hacked by unnamed hackers from January 2019 to March 28, 2019, due to which the malicious attackers could get access to several users’ email addresses, folder names, and subject lines of emails on Outlook.

  • Microsoft reveals hackers accessed some Outlook.com accounts for months

    Microsoft has started notifying some Outlook.com users that a hacker was able to access accounts for months earlier this year. The software giant discovered that a support agent’s credentials were compromised for its web mail service, allowing unauthorized access to some accounts between January 1st and March 28th, 2019. Microsoft says the hackers could have viewed account email addresses, folder names, and subject lines of emails, but not the content of emails or attachments.

  • Systemd Picks Up Support For MACsec To Better Secure Ethernet Connections

    Following this week's release of systemd 242, one of the newly-merged features for what will become systemd 243 is support for MACsec within the networkd code.

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  2. Game of Thrones season 8 premiere: what time and how to stream  Polygon
  3. How to watch Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 1  GamesRadar
  4. ‘Game of Thrones': Why Jon Snow Is the True Targaryen Heir Instead of Daenerys  TheWrap
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Game of Thrones is back for season eight, which means we're on the cusp of forming brand new theories each week and wondering which beloved character is going to die next. One of the hardest parts about being a fan isn't necessarily what happens on the show, but avoiding spoilers about it. So, as Sunday night fast approaches, watch Game of Thrones at the right time on HBO Go and HBO Now.

The network announced in 2015 that it would air the entirety of season five at the same time around the world. But for those of you without cable, don't worry. You can watch Game of Thrones on HBO Go and HBO Now at the same time it premieres on TV. To be perfectly clear, the first episode of season eight will premiere on April 14 at 9 p.m. ET, and air for the next five Sunday nights at the same time after that. So even if you're on the West Coast, you can watch it on HBO GO and HBO Now at 6 p.m. local time (or whenever you want to start it after that time).

Keep in mind that HBO Go may crash on those dates due to the amount of people trying to access the service. It's happened in the past, and while we hope it doesn't again, you never know. So either hope for the best and turn on your TV at that time or wait until a little bit past 9 p.m. to watch the show.


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  2. Microsoft reveals hackers accessed some Outlook.com accounts for months  The Verge
  3. Hackers broke into Outlook.com using worker’s credentials, Microsoft says  Digital Trends
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Every decision my kids made me make in one day Via Coudal

The Great Roomba Robbery

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The Strangest Moments In The Julian Assange Saga, From Pamela Anderson's Vegan Meals To 'Embassy Cat'  Including the time Nigel Farage 'couldn't remember' what he was doing in the building.

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People get knickers in a twist over Women of Canada Bras

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The golden age of YouTube is over:YouTube built its platform on the backs of independent creators, but now is abandoning them for more traditional content.

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