Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers New 5th Annual “Freelancing in America” Study Finds that the U.S. Freelance Workforce, Now 56.7 Million People, Grew 3.7 Million Since 2014 | Press, News & Media Coverage

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers New 5th Annual “Freelancing in America” Study Finds that the U.S. Freelance Workforce, Now 56.7 Million People, Grew 3.7 Million Since 2014 | Press, News & Media Coverage

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Americans are spending more than 1 billion hours per week freelancing The majority of college-educated freelancers find their college education less valuable than skills training to the work they do NEW YORK and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – October 31, 2018 – Upwork ($UPWK) and Freelancers Union today released the results of “Freelancing in America: 2018”…

Hexbyte  Tech News  Wired Pininfarina’s Back With a $2 Million Electric Hypercar

Hexbyte Tech News Wired Pininfarina’s Back With a $2 Million Electric Hypercar

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Tesla can take credit for proving to the world that electric cars can be fun, and faster than their internal combustion engine competitors. But while Elon Musk’s company is now set on showing EVs can also be affordable and accessible for the masses, with the minimalist Model 3, others are taking batteries and motors in…

Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers The 111 Million Record Pemiblanc Credential Stuffing List

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers The 111 Million Record Pemiblanc Credential Stuffing List

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One of the most alarming trends I’ve seen in the world of data breaches since starting Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) back in 2013 is the rapid rise of credential stuffing attacks. Per the definition in that link, it simply means this: Credential stuffing is the automated injection of breached username/password pairs in order to…

Boeing’s $2 Million GoFly Challenge to Make Flying Fun Again

Boeing’s $2 Million GoFly Challenge to Make Flying Fun Again

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For as long as humans have walked the Earth, they have looked to the skies, dreaming of flight. More than a century into the age of aviation, those dreams have been realized, in the form of too tight economy seats jammed into metal tubes and, for the lucky, forgettable movies on minuscule screens. Now groups…