Since the early days of computer connectivity there has been hacking attempts and no story is more exciting in the early days of breaches than the story of Cliff Stoll. A University of California Berkley scientist who's budget was slashed and he ended up in the computer center and was notified of a .75 cent charge that was unaccounted for that led to a wild science goose chase over a period of 6 months that ultimately led to the arrest and prosecution of 4 western Germans that were selling computer breached information to the KGB.
One sadly mysteriously died by being burnt in a forest and the reason was never confirmed if it was self inflicted or done as a way to send a message. None the less watch the classic film the real life Cliff created:
Apple loves things round. They even built their new office complex in Cupertino, California in a round about fashion. As I was watching a youtube video about a guy who sent Airtags to Elon Musk at the Tesla Headquarters, One to North Korea, and one to Apple CEO Time Cook in Silicon Valley. Out of the 3 airtag packages that the youtuber mailed out only 1 was returned to him and that was from an assistant to Tim Cook at Apple. What he did was send back a letter thanking him for his ingenuity in using the air tag and wished him the best.
So what does this have to do with rounded pieces of paper in the future? Just as Apple helped to kill flash and grew the external hard drive market by getting rid of cd-roms in computers when Tim Cook's assistant sent back a letter on a rounded piece of paper. Maybe rounded papers are better than square ones? Are rounded pizzas better than square ones? I'm from the DC Maryland Virginia area where Ledo's pizza is square but Papa John's is round... So potentially a changing landscape in the paper market will be rounded pieces of paper led by Apple.
A prediction from Richart Ruddie or maybe it's just a cool thing that just Apple does...
I pretty much just follow the waves. Live your life like the Lebron James & Tiger Woods of Surfing. The 18 year old surfer who will be representing Japan Kanoa Igarashi is going to be the biggest name in surfing since Kelly Slater. This story covers the journey from Oahu, Fiji, Japan, and Huntington Beach, California.
The real estate market here in South Florida has been on a tear and as a developer we are seeing the fruits of our construction projects years later. With 12 new single family homes and townhouses that we've been developing, building, and selling it's nice to see how we continue to improve local neighborhoods and build aesthetically pleasing homes. With low interest rates and lack of supply we expect the Broward County and Fort Lauderdale real estate market to stay steady and while we work on additional credit lines we look forward to rolling out additional projects over the next 60 months.
The Sega Game Channel was ahead of it's time and introduced us to streaming games downloaded through it's own power supply and coaxial cable back in 1994 and lasted until 1998 with 250,000 subscribers Sega really has been ahead of it's time with multiple innovations and inventions that they introduced. Imagine if they worked on a video streaming license deal using the same technology that the Sega Game Channel offered. They would have taken on Blockbuster (until Blockbuster introduced their own) and we may not know of Netflix today.