Randall Stross New York Times


'Randall Stross New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    The Kindle from Amazon.com is designed to let us do one thing very well: read. To survive, it must excel at this, not only by jostling to stay a nose ahead of other e-readers, but also by maintaining an enormous...

  • A strong password isn't the strongest security

    A strong password isn't the strongest security

    Make your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks. But memorize it -- never write it down. And, oh yes, change it every few months.These instructions are supposed to protect us. But they don't.Some computer...

  • What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    The saga of Steven P. Jobs is so well known that it has entered the nation's mythology: he's the prodigal who returned to Apple in 1997, righted a listing ship and built it into one of the most valuable companies...

  • When the assembly line moves online

    When the assembly line moves online

    Do one assigned task on your computer. It shouldn't take you more than two seconds. Repeat 14,399 times. Congratulations! Your eight-hour work day is complete. No such workplace yet exists, but with the fiendishly clever creation of standardized two second...

  • When the software is the sportswriter

    Only human writers can distill a heap of sports statistics into a compelling story. Or so we human writers like to think.StatSheet, a Durham, NC, company that serves up sports statistics in monster-size portions, thinks otherwise. The company, with nine...

  • Seeking ways to make computer passwords unnecessary

    Seeking ways to make computer passwords unnecessary

    Typing in your user name and starting work right away - with no password required, may just become a reality.

  • When the software is the sportswriter

    Only human writers can distill a heap of sports statistics into a compelling story. Or so we human writers like to think.StatSheet, a Durham, NC, company that serves up sports statistics in monster-size portions, thinks otherwise. The company, with nine employees, is working to endow software with the ability to turn game statistics into articles a...

  • Should you be snuggling with your cellphone?

    Should you be snuggling with your cellphone?

    WARNING: Holding a cellphone against your ear may be hazardous to your health. So may stuffing it in a pocket against your body. San Francisco officials voted to require retailers to display how much radiation each cellphone emits. A supporter of the rule wore a button at City Hall. I'm paraphrasing here. But the legal departments of cellphone manu...

  • When the assembly line moves online

    When the assembly line moves online

    Do one assigned task on your computer. It shouldn't take you more than two seconds. Repeat 14,399 times. Congratulations! Your eight-hour work day is complete. No such workplace yet exists, but with the fiendishly clever creation of standardized two second tasks, delivered to any computer connected to the Internet, it is now technically possible to...

  • What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    The saga of Steven P. Jobs is so well known that it has entered the nation's mythology: he's the prodigal who returned to Apple in 1997, righted a listing ship and built it into one of the most valuable companies in the world.But the Jobs of the mid-1980s probably never could have made Apple what it is today if he hadn't embarked on a torment-fille...

  • A strong password isn't the strongest security

    A strong password isn't the strongest security

    Make your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks. But memorize it -- never write it down. And, oh yes, change it every few months.These instructions are supposed to protect us. But they don't.Some computer security experts are advancing the heretical thought that passwords might not need to be "strong," or c...

  • E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    The Kindle from Amazon.com is designed to let us do one thing very well: read. To survive, it must excel at this, not only by jostling to stay a nose ahead of other e-readers, but also by maintaining an enormous lead over the Apple iPad and its coming competitors. The multipurpose iPad can do thousands of things very well; used for reading book-len...

'Randall Stross New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    The Kindle from Amazon.com is designed to let us do one thing very well: read. To survive, it must excel at this, not only by jostling to stay a nose ahead of other e-readers, but also by maintaining an enormous...

  • A strong password isn't the strongest security

    A strong password isn't the strongest security

    Make your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks. But memorize it -- never write it down. And, oh yes, change it every few months.These instructions are supposed to protect us. But they don't.Some computer...

  • What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    The saga of Steven P. Jobs is so well known that it has entered the nation's mythology: he's the prodigal who returned to Apple in 1997, righted a listing ship and built it into one of the most valuable companies...

  • When the assembly line moves online

    When the assembly line moves online

    Do one assigned task on your computer. It shouldn't take you more than two seconds. Repeat 14,399 times. Congratulations! Your eight-hour work day is complete. No such workplace yet exists, but with the fiendishly clever creation of standardized two second...

  • When the software is the sportswriter

    Only human writers can distill a heap of sports statistics into a compelling story. Or so we human writers like to think.StatSheet, a Durham, NC, company that serves up sports statistics in monster-size portions, thinks otherwise. The company, with nine...

  • Seeking ways to make computer passwords unnecessary

    Seeking ways to make computer passwords unnecessary

    Typing in your user name and starting work right away - with no password required, may just become a reality.

  • When the software is the sportswriter

    Only human writers can distill a heap of sports statistics into a compelling story. Or so we human writers like to think.StatSheet, a Durham, NC, company that serves up sports statistics in monster-size portions, thinks otherwise. The company, with nine employees, is working to endow software with the ability to turn game statistics into articles a...

  • Should you be snuggling with your cellphone?

    Should you be snuggling with your cellphone?

    WARNING: Holding a cellphone against your ear may be hazardous to your health. So may stuffing it in a pocket against your body. San Francisco officials voted to require retailers to display how much radiation each cellphone emits. A supporter of the rule wore a button at City Hall. I'm paraphrasing here. But the legal departments of cellphone manu...

  • When the assembly line moves online

    When the assembly line moves online

    Do one assigned task on your computer. It shouldn't take you more than two seconds. Repeat 14,399 times. Congratulations! Your eight-hour work day is complete. No such workplace yet exists, but with the fiendishly clever creation of standardized two second tasks, delivered to any computer connected to the Internet, it is now technically possible to...

  • What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    What Steve Jobs learned in the wilderness

    The saga of Steven P. Jobs is so well known that it has entered the nation's mythology: he's the prodigal who returned to Apple in 1997, righted a listing ship and built it into one of the most valuable companies in the world.But the Jobs of the mid-1980s probably never could have made Apple what it is today if he hadn't embarked on a torment-fille...

  • A strong password isn't the strongest security

    A strong password isn't the strongest security

    Make your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks. But memorize it -- never write it down. And, oh yes, change it every few months.These instructions are supposed to protect us. But they don't.Some computer security experts are advancing the heretical thought that passwords might not need to be "strong," or c...

  • E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    E-book wars: The specialist vs the multitasker

    The Kindle from Amazon.com is designed to let us do one thing very well: read. To survive, it must excel at this, not only by jostling to stay a nose ahead of other e-readers, but also by maintaining an enormous lead over the Apple iPad and its coming competitors. The multipurpose iPad can do thousands of things very well; used for reading book-len...

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