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Spring Fever, Kerberos, and TechCrunch Disrupt

I’ve been busy over at my other show these days so  blogging at TvB has been put on a long hold. Part of my time over the last few weeks has been spent decoding something called the Kerberos Silver Ticket attack.  … Continue reading

Quip: Cute Collaboration Software

After working in Microsoft-controlled environments for years and years, I’m painfully familiar with Redmond’s idea of  collaborating. Write document, email Word document to co-workers, remember to tell them to turn on track changes, and then spend hours combining all the … Continue reading

My Interview With the Privacy Guru

Blogging has been a little light at TvB because of my other show.  Lately I’ve been delving into the security improvements slated for Windows 10—who knows maybe the Redmonites got it right this time?  And then I came up for … Continue reading

4th Annual NYU Entrepreneurs Festival, 3/6 – 3/7

The “largest celebration of NYU startups, founder, and entrepreneurs” will be held at Tisch Hall and the Kaufman Management Center next month. This NYU-centric event will have six panels, six workshops, and 14 roundtables for networking. Mark Leslie, CEO of … Continue reading

Brief Chat with Robotbase’s Duy Huynh

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February 11, 2015 | Editor

Last week I talked to Robotbase’s founder Duy Huynh about his impressively capable Personal Robot. I was mostly interested in real-world use cases for this mobile AI. According to Huynh, they were expecting all the usual suspects for this new … Continue reading

Hack Jersey 2.0, March 28 – 29

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February 5, 2015 | admin

Data journalists, coders, and designers will be re-convening for another edition of Hack Jersey. Teams will meet at Montclair State University’s Center for Cooperative Media.  The theme this year is ”Making Journalism Better Through Data, Code and Play.” Those at the … Continue reading

Trubrain: Nootropic Drink Startup

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January 26, 2015 | Editor

Nootropic is shorthand for mind or cognitive enhancing. Simple ideas always sound more mysterious when Greek-ified.  Trubrain is an energy drink for the mind. But as its marketing makes clear, it purposely avoids everyone’s favorite daily stimulant—caffeine. Caffeine is so 19th … Continue reading

Pond5: Huge Source of Public Domain Pics and Videos

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January 22, 2015 | Editor

Another stock media service? Sure, but NYC-based startup Pond5 has a very large collection of  free public domain photos and images. Some of this media can be found at the websites of, say, the US  National Archives or larger libraries. And of course … Continue reading

More Kickstarter Projects: Robotbase’s Personal AI-bot

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January 14, 2015 | Editor

Robotbase’s Personal Robot is the most ambitious project that I’ve seen so far on Kickstarter. If the pitch video of this mobile Siri-like bot is anywhere near the actual reality, we’ve moved a step closer to recreating Data from Star Trek: … Continue reading

Interview with NYU’s Justin Cappos: Our Pathetic Password Protection

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January 12, 2015 | Editor

My interview is not here at TvB, but over on my other show at the Metadata Era. Professor Cappos is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering. He’s done significant work in cloud computing and … Continue reading

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  • Suivez-moi

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    Technology blogger,social media consultant, and aspiring sous chef. Andy currently works as a Senior Digital Content Producer at Varonis. (agreen@varonis.com)
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