Berto Jongman: Bits, Bytes, & Stuff 1.5

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Afghanistan: 12 Year Review

Al Qaeda: 2013 Comeback Year

Bees Under Attack — Bayer and Syngenta Suing EU to Overturn Ban on Bee-Killing Pesticides

Bill Gates Favorite Health Graphic

BOOKS: Foreign Affairs Best Picks for 2013

BRAIN: Reading a Novel Boosts Brain

BRAIN: Russia Spent 1 Billion on Mind Control

CIVIL: NYPD Cites Mosaic Theory, Favored By FBI And NSA, To Deny Access To Budget Records

CYBER: 7 sneak attacks used by today’s most devious hackers

CYBER: Chelsea Manning Trial

CYBER: Hook Analyzer

CYBER: Israel Developing Fastest Wi-Fi

CYBER: White Paper on Operational Levels of Cyber Intelligence

ECO: Activists Treated as Terrorists

FUKUSHIMA: 40 KM Radius Sacrifice Zone

FUKUSHIMA: Homeless to Do Clean-Up

GPS: US Bans Russian GLONASS Stations

IRAQ: Blair-Bush Correspondence Emergent

NSA: Appelbaum on Capabilities

NSA: Catalog of NSA Tools on Demand

NSA: Counter-Terrorism versus Mass Surveillance — Impossible to Do Both

NSA Malware By-Passes All Possible Encryption

NSA Will Keep Breaking Encryption, No Matter What a White House Panel Says

NSA: Would Today’s Capabilities Have Stopped 9/11?

STRATEGY: 7 Steps for Putting Ideas Into Action

6. Create “idea resumes.” An idea resume is one-page document listing the following attributes: how customers will learn about it or access it; what resources or processes are needed to make it a reality; and how the solution will achieve economic sustainability. The benefit of idea resumes is that (when they’re finished) they allow all involved parties to scan and share ideas, in a way that invites “apples-to-apples” comparisons and “ensures that ideas are evaluated on their merits rather than on how well they are pitched.”

TRUTH: The Strangers Project

US State Department Whistleblowers Hacked

WAR: Michael Walzer Interview