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"Hacking Law School: Creative Suggestions for Excellence and Expertise During Your Legal Education" is an unusual, behind-the-podium, 21st century approach to law school in an age where legal jobs for new graduates are scarce and the competition for them is brutal.
Lenese Herbert, Esq. is currently a Professor of Law at Howard Law School. Professor Herbert served as a Visiting Professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law from2007-08. Formerly, Professor Herbert was a Professor at Albany Law School and an Associate Professor of Law at Western New England College School of Law, where she began law teaching as an Assistant Professor in 1999.
Immediately prior to entering law teaching, Professor Herbert served as Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, criminal and civil divisions; Trial Attorney, Manipulation and Trade Practice Unit, Division of Enforcement, U.S. Commodity Futures Training Commission; and Attorney-Advisor, Chief Counsel's office, U.S. Department of Transportation. Prior to government service, Professor Herbert was a law clerk for George Haley and Associates. Professor Herbert assists attorneys who are seeking assistance with career transition within the law and on issues of career advancement for diverse attorneys.
DSMA Live with Cherise, George and Scott with special guest John Costik.
John's son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 4 years old. In order to help his son manage diabetes-he created tools to relieve the constant challenge of managing diabetes.
"There is so much more to be done, and we are not waiting." -John Costick
For more information about John, visit his website at Hacking Type 1 or follow him on twitter, @jcostik
White hats are known to be the antitisis of all that groups such as anonymous stand for. Anonoymous claims to fight for freedom of information and see the Infosec community as the ones looking to withhold it.
Is it really that simple? Today well know white hat Robin Jacksin of WT Forensics discusses this dynamic and offers a glimpse of the world of a white hat, thier origins and how they see the free exchange of information and information security going hand in hand.
Robin is one of the early winners of DC3 "The annual contest, which started in 2006, is organized through the Department of Defense’s Cyber Crime Center, an agency that works to analyze data from electronic devices to aid in investigations related to everything from criminal matters to counterintelligence efforts (Allison Maier, helenair.com)"
He has been a polarizing figure in the hacking community since theearly days of 4chan and at pone point was believed to be the elusive "grey hat", Jester (@th3j35t3r).
Have you ever thought about your digital presence? Where you are online? We're at an age where we're signing up and creating accounts on so many websites, with many different passwords, or one single password for various accounts, which is not a good idea by the way. We're putting our names, birthdays, homes. All of our personal information out there several times and not giving it a second thought. In this day and age, of the technically savy individual(s), people who know how to access all of your personal information. We have to be careful what we put our name on or our digital fingerprint. Always know what you're signing up for. And if you're going to keep several accounts online, be sure that you know the passwords to each one. Write them down, keep them on a notepad or in a notebook. Make sure you know where your fingerprints lie on the internet. And if there are accounts that you aren't using, delete them. Better safe than sorry.
And at a time when so many companies are being hacked and your credit card information is liable to be taken or stole. It is better to be safe than sorry.
This week we'll talk about where our digital fingerprinys lie. This week. At 2pmET. "On-Air".
There should be no internal barriers to the broad opportunities that are opened by the internet. Online strategies should be as straightforward to implement as sending an email. Tech Liminal, in Oakland, California, was founded by Anca Mosoiu to help achieve this new level of productivity and creativity by bringing business professionals, community leaders and technology experts together.
Anca Mosoiu, Tech Liminal’s founder and CEO, is a software engineer and consultant with decades of experience building web sites and applications for organizations of all sizes. A graduate of MIT, Anca uses her technical education and practical knowledge to create an accessible, technology-focused community in Oakland where diverse minds meet and learn to apply the right tools to solve the right problems.
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For the past ten years, the search engines have moved heaven and earth to crack down on black hat practitioners who used underhanded techniques to generate online results. But what most website owners don't know is that much of the same technology used to legitimately promote businesses online can also be used to do them harm. In this episode we'll explore a number of dirty tricks that are being used by unscrupulous website owners to harm to their competition. This growing trend has the potential to once more unleash a tidal wave of unfair trade practices that may adversely affect the balance of power online. If you want to find out how dirty tricks can be used to give your business the deep six, tune in on Tuesday at 4 p.m., Eastern Starndard Time.
Dr. Kelly Starrett: Becoming a Supple Leopard, Hacking Human Movement, and Why YOU Move Like an Ass
Onto the show with Dr Kelly, we talk about:
How you can hack human movement.
Why some tiny fighters can wipe the floor with lumbering beasts.
The mechanics of dead-lifting a human.
And why YOU move like an ass.
*Listener Discretion is Advised as the opinions of the guest, do NOT! reflect on the host(s)*
Listen in or Call in *LIVE* as our host(s), Vixen J, Jeff Roth, and Jorge Alonso bring you another fun filled and opinionated episode of the most REAL TALK SHOW ON THE NET, as they disect the world of professional wrestling and entertainment, including such topics as the state of women's professional wrestling, including the iCloud hacking, and their opinions on the WWE's, PG ERA vs ATTITUDE ERA, also a special "Shoot Interview" by south Florida professional wrestler, Maxx Stardom as he speaks on the business and his career!
WHAT IS THE #1 CAUSE OF POOR PERFORMANCE?
TO SOLVE PROBLEMS; INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY OR ADDRESS POOR PERFORMANCE ISSUES...........you need to understand the root of a performance problem before you can fully address it.
The ability and motivation go together to impact performance, and the most successful performance improvement efforts by combine strategies for improving or worthless if you don't know THE ROOT CAUSE of poor performance!
Soooooooo; WHAT IS THE #1 CAUSE OF POOR PERFORMANCE?
Remove this ONE problem and you can create a positive environment where people feel supported to reach their performance potential; and feel loved, valued, and respected.
For every hundred men hacking away at the branches of a diseased tree, only one will stoop to inspect the roots. – Chinese proverb.
On this episode Jim discusses why he is so enthusiastic about Internet referral programs and why they represent an easy to run online business. How 17 fake cell phone towers around the United States are tracking your location through your cell phone. The death of entertainment icon Joan Rivers. Top U.S. colleges now teaching courses on Bitcoin. Michael Sam picked up by the Dallas Cowboys. naked celebrity picture hacking, was it phishing? Simone Battle suicide, and IRS warns of nationwide telephone scam. http://www.christianmoney.com
Computer viruses and hacking are nothing new. However, our dependency on a worldwide network to conduct business, (the internet) and the pervasiveness and frequency of massive hack attacks is new. So, if you want to learn who the hackers are, who's being hacked, and most importantly, how to protect yourself and your financial assets from these criminals, then read on and learn the answers to these and other questions in this week’s Working the Web to Win show, "The Hack Attack is Back.”
What is new is our overwhelming use and dependency on computer systems, especially the Internet, which allows us to communicate worldwide virtually instantaneously. Computing devices and the Internet have ushered in a well-spring of inventions, mass communications and innovation. Unfortunately, they’re also act as a double-edged sword, in that smart criminals can take advantage of the complexity and the massive social addiction that people have with what seems like new-found power. This allows hackers of all kinds to invade our lives in a multitude of ways.
I provide my high priority list of a dozen things anyone can and should do to protect their financial assets and identity. This way you won’t become a victim during this new era of hack-a-thons, taking place worldwide. Learn how to protect yourself and your devices from attack. Tune into "The Hack Attack is Back" on Tuesday, 4 p.m. Eastern Standard time.