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sr.ht, the hacker’s forge, now open for public alpha | Drew DeVault’s Blog
I’m happy to announce today that I’m opening sr.ht to the general public for the remainder of the alpha period. Though it’s missing some of the features which will be available when it’s completed, sr. sr.ht, the hacker’s forge, now open for public alpha
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9 hours ago by Agiza
Japan's cyber-security minister has 'never used a computer' - BBC News
Japan's new cyber-security minister has dumbfounded his country by saying he has never used a computer. Yoshitaka Sakurada made the admission to a committee of lawmakers. Japan's cyber-security minister has 'never used a computer'
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17 hours ago by Agiza
Facebook Morale Takes a Tumble Along With Stock Price - WSJ
Facebook Inc.’s difficult year is taking a toll on employee morale, with several key measures of internal sentiment taking a sharp turn for the worse over the past year, according to people familiar with the matter and messages reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Facebook Morale Takes a Tumble Along With Stock Price
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19 hours ago by Agiza
NY taxpayers to pay $48,000 per Amazon HQ job - Story | WNYW
New York state is kicking in more than $1.5 billion in taxpayer-funded incentives for getting half of Amazon's second headquarters located in a section of Queens. NY taxpayers to pay $48,000 per Amazon HQ job
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19 hours ago by Agiza
Firms trying to fill jobs 'should try paying more,' Fed's Kashkari says
Companies should try digging in their pockets if they're looking to find workers for unfilled jobs, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said Tuesday. Companies struggling to fill jobs 'should try paying more,' Fed's Kashkari says
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21 hours ago by Agiza
GitLab's Secret to Multi-Million-Dollar Success: All 350 Employees Work Remotely | Inc.com
Every employee of the San Francisco-based startup, which offers tools for software developers, works from home. Three years ago, that was nine people. Today, GitLab's 350 employees across 45 countries use video calls and Slack chats to stay constantly connected. How This Startup Made $10.5 Million in Revenue With Every Single Employee Working From Home
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2 days ago by Agiza

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