Ribbon Chapel overlooks a panoramic view of the Inland Sea of Japan, located in the gardens of Bella Vista Sakaigahama, a resort hotel in Onomichi, Hiroshima, Japan. The wedding chapel is designed by Hiroshi Nakamura, of NAP Architects 2013
Your heart races double-time. Your eyes widen. You’re lost in a Class IV rapid of doubt. It’s the “add to cart” moment. Shopping online can be overwhelming and you could use some expert advice to guide you. Like when you need to know if a mountaineer grade sleeping bag is necessary for a June music festival. Or if a water-resistant jacket is more practical for Yosemite than a waterproof one. That’s why IBM Watson has partnered with Fluid, Inc. Together they are learning to understand product and review data to help online retailers like The North Face pair in-stock inventory with what’s in store for your upcoming adventures. Just take a deep breath, and proceed to checkout.
Sign Program innovations include “alphanumeric identification codes and pictograms [… and …] a new typographic monospace font with rounded terminals based on the sans-serif/humanist typeface of (Adrian) Frutiger” (Graphic Design & Archit., A 20th century History, pp. 232-3; Frutiger, A., p.172. 1976.).
Report: Malware in Target breach written partially in Russian
Wall Street Journal: The malicious computer code used in the Target data breach was written partially in Russian, according to a report prepared with the U.S. government.
In addition, the computer code that infected Target’s payment card devices couldn’t be detected by any known antivirus software, according to the report.
The details were revealed in a report released Thursday by iSight Partners Inc., a Dallas cybersecurity firm working with the U.S. government to investigate the malware used in the Target hack. The firm also contributed to an internal government report on the breach that included information from government agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service, according to people familiar with the report.
The Department of Homeland Security, which coordinates U.S. cybersecurity defenses, has been working with iSight to investigate the malicious software used in the hack, an agency official said.
It’s been awhile since I’ve attempted a multi chapter (yes, I will get to Sex Ed, I PROMISE) but I had this idea in my brain for awhile now. Just ask my fab beta zengoalie!
Title: Ctrl+Finding Something New Rating: For now PG-13, M later on
“See, Mary-Margaret. I knew she would be in here.”
“Ah, I suppose I’ll owe you Starbucks then?”
Two figures stood in the dark doorway of Emma Swan’s office, ignoring the loud pulse of music and steady clicking of keys. Emma similarly ignored their conversation in turn, her eyes glued to the screen in front of her. Her fingers flew over the keyboard, lines of code trailing in their wake.