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In this document, the key words are to be interpreted as described in RFC 2119.
Bloglines was a web-based news aggregator for reading syndicated feeds using the RSS and Atom formats.
First of all I’m still using the Downcast podcast player and really like it.
There are a few new non-Apple podcast players getting a lot of buzz, but I haven’t had a reason to switch yet. It’s still mostly technical podcasts but I’ve picked up a few maker and woodworking shows in there as well: Also thanks to episode #240 of The Changelog, I’m now using a feed reader again – Feedbin.
Below are some helpful tips for when you find our site not running the way you expect it to.
Currently I’m using it to follow all my podcasts so I can read all the show notes.
(Downcast’s OPML export feature makes this really easy.) I’m still not sure whether I’ll get back into feed reading like the glory days (Ampheta Desk, Bloglines, Google Reader), but for now this is really handy.
The most severe of the vulnerabilities could allow elevation of privilege if a locally authenticated attacker runs a specially crafted application.
In the wake of recent ransomware outbreaks, I wanted to understand how impacted firms have evolved their thinking on cyber resilience planning and implementation.