PRISM: The Amazingly Low Cost of Using BigData to Know More About You in Under a Minute [feedly]

A scary post on how fast it would take to recreate PRISM and find out all about you in 60 seconds.     Shared via feedly // published on High Scalability // visit site PRISM: The Amazingly Low Cost of Using BigData to Know More About You in Under a Minute This is a guest post by BugSense Founder/CTO Jon Vlachogiannis and Head of Infrastructure at BugSense Panagiotis Papadomitsos. There has been a lot of speculation and assumptions around...

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How to adjust privacy settings in the Facebook app for iPhone and iPad [feedly]

A great post on how to tweak privacy settings for Facebook straight from iPhone and iPad rather than using the web interface.     Shared via feedly // published on iMore - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog // visit site How to adjust privacy settings in the Facebook app for iPhone and iPad Today on Talk Mobile the topic is social network privacy, with a particular emphasis on Facebook and employers. The...

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Assign an Apple ID to a Mac User Account in OS X for Added Peace of Mind [feedly]

Pretty good tip for mac users like myself. Allows you to recover from forgotten passwords and I have way way too many so this is a good feature,     Shared via feedly // published on OS X Daily // visit site Assign an Apple ID to a Mac User Account in OS X for Added Peace of Mind Many Mac users overlook a feature in OS X that allows them to attach an Apple...

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AWS Cost Saving Tip 12: Add Spot Instances with Amazon EMR [feedly]

Now this looks very promising. background processing is something that I don't want to spend a penny more than is needed and certain parts of the infrastructure fit this use case quite nicely. Keeping cloud computing costs low while delivering the best performance is a key part to my role and any article or tip around this area is always welcome. This feed is becoming very useful to me indeed!     Shared via feedly // published...

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Go! - A Google Reader Replacement [feedly]

Now this is interesting not so much because its an open source google reader replacement but that I think it's written in Go a language that a friend and ex colleague introduced me to a while ago. When I was introduced to Go it was way faster in my friends benchmarks than both Ruby on Rails and Microsoft MVC. Could be worth a look at just in terms of a reading and learning excercise.   Shared...

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