1. 50 posts on the #BUDoIT tumblr!

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  2. Copyright Awareness | Protect Yourself with Digital Copyright Safeguards

    Copyright Awareness | Protect Yourself with Digital Copyright Safeguards

    This site acts as a reference guide to educate students, faculty, and staff about the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted digital material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, as well as other intellectual property issues.

    via Copyright Awareness | Protect Yourself with Digital Copyright Safeguards.

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  3. Federal Investment in Research Still Essential | Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr.

    Federal Investment in Research Still Essential | Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr.

    Into this ominous picture has come some light. Indeed, much has been made of and reported recently about the enormous sums being invested by philanthropists into science, medical and technological research. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has contributed $500 million to establish a brain science institute in Seattle. Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, and his wife Wendy have allocated…

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    Tagged #SBU #Stonybrook

  4. Updated Heartbleed Bug Information

    Updated Heartbleed Bug Information

    Due to our current understanding of the Heartbleed Bug that has impacted the majority of the Internet, I wanted to provide you with a brief update on our progress and immediate next steps. We have no evidence that any Stony Brook University system or user credentials have been exploited by the Heartbleed Bug. However, we feel in order to protect your data and the institution’s data and out of an…

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  5. SBU Heartbleed Bug Information

    SBU Heartbleed Bug Information

    Stony Brook University’s SOLAR system, PeopleSoft system, Google Apps for Education, and Blackboard systems are not affected by this vulnerability. Services accessed using your Stony Brook NetID and password are not affected by this vulnerability. In addition, SUNY Research Foundation (RF) systems are not affected.

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  6. "There was big news in the computer security world yesterday when researchers announced a massive vulnerability in popular web encryption software called OpenSSL."

  7. colecamplese:

    This looks like a great workshop being run by the amazing Jim Groom. While I think his Reclaim concept is very smart, I also think just moving towards a public online self via something like SB You is also of critical importance for our entire community. His notions are always pressing the edges and I never bet against him http://bavatuesdays.com/reclaim-your-workshop/


  8. Storify of the 2014 Teaching and Learning Colloquium

    Storify of the 2014 Teaching and Learning Colloquium

    I had an absolutely great day at my first Teaching and Learning Colloquium here at Stony Brook yesterday. I have more thoughts on the event that I intend to share when I have a little more time to tease them out, but for now here is a quick Storify recapof the day. Without the community contributing tweets and pictures I could not have assembled even this quick recap. I think that is evidence for…

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  9. emergentfutures:

    Apps Solidify Leadership Six Years into the Mobile Revolution

    Time spent on a mobile device by the average US consumer has risen to 2 hrs and 42 minutes per day from 2 hrs and 38 minutes per day in March of 2013. Apps continued to cement their lead, and commanded 86% of the average US mobile consumer’s time, or 2 hrs and 19 minutes per day. Time spent on the mobile web continued to decline and averaged just 14% of the US mobile consumer’s time, or 22 minutes per day

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    Tagged #mobile #SBUDoIT

  10. "I was the scientific advisor to the film Island of Lemurs: Madagascar. I am Dr. Patricia C. Wright, professor at the Department of Anthropology, professor in the department of Anthropology at Stonybrook University & lemur lover. Ask me anything!"