What’s more, numerous online tools intended for use by MEDantex employees were exposed to anyone with a Web browser, including pages that allowed visitors to add or delete users, and to search for patient records by physician or patient name. No authentication was required to access any of these pages.
“Morale is a Lot of Little Things”
I don’t disagree.
Its very first game, Firewatch, won numerous awards and even landed a movie deal. It won’t be quite so indie going forward, however: the development team is joining Valve. While the full terms aren’t available, the team members are moving to Bellevue, Washington and will continue developing In the Valley of Gods as a Valve game.
Now you can sit back, relax, and watch time perform its terrible dance.
Substantively, the plot shows just how big the Baby Boom was in comparison to other “generational” moments (such as Gen-X and Millennials and all that).
They got him to the hospital, where he was warned that due to his injuries, he might lose both arms and the bottoms of his legs. As it turned out, he only lost one arm to the attack.
One man’s silver lining is another man’s shit sandwich.
“Ultimately, beyond everything else, we took a phone and looked at everything on it - we knew it had a hand with drugs on it.
Blade Runner, right on time.
By April 17, the hedge-fund manager must make federal and state tax payments of about $1 billion, on top of roughly $500 million in taxes he paid late last year, said people close to the firm. That sum is so big it dwarfs the maximum amount the Internal Revenue Service will allow any single taxpayer to pay with a single check. (That’s $99,999,999, in case you’re wondering.)
“As it turned out, those sales agreements were worthless because the customers had not signed them,” US attorney Geoffrey Berman said in prepared remarks, as reported by the WSJ. “Instead, as alleged, Pierce had forged counter-party signatures on contract after contract. As a result of Pierce’s deception, the investment companies were left with a system that is worth far less than Pierce had led them to believe.” Pierce was trying to raise money to help build out a fiber optic system that would wire Alaska with high-speed internet and better help connect it to networks in other US states. Pierce was charged with wire fraud last Thursday and faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Kakistocracy seemed like a joke at first.