OK friends this post has nothing to do with technology. This “talk” which can be found on TED discusses leadership. This was passed onto me by a colleague at Chester County. Very entertaining and thoughtful discussion on what makes a good leader using some great historical references to prove his point. His comments on Tivo, which is one of my favorite products of all time is sadly very accurate.
Hackers, Spammers and Scammers all love a BIG story, and there certainly is no bigger news item now then the recent take down of Public Enemy Number 1, Usama bin Laden. These hackers and other bad eggs are using this news story to intice people into downloading a file in order to watch a video. This is a HOAX and if you follow the link, download a file from one of these messages you will infect your computer, or become a spamming machine. This hoax is especially active on Facebook at this time. Be aware that the United States Government has not released any photos or video from their recent operation. Often the message, either through an email or a social networking site such as Facebook will have a link to a website it wants to redirect you to. Often stating it’s an “official source”, such as CNN. This is a ploy. Ignore it. Also be aware that even the best anti-virus software can not prevent a human being from clicking on and downloading an infected file. Here is the official FBI news release in respect to this recent hoax
Today we launched a companion twitter feed for the West Chester Employee’s Tech Blog. Please click below and sign up. The basic idea of hosting our own “West Chester Technology” Twitter feed is to provide everyone with an easy, fast and informative way of communicating not only with me but with each other about all things tech. You can post questions or ideas for everyone to see and comment on. Click the link below and sign up. https://twitter.com/westchestertech Once you sign up for a twitter account make sure to follow our tech feed and download the free twitter app for your smartphones and mobile devices.