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Container-Based Controls versus Dynamic Authorization: The Difference in Windows Environments (Part 1 of 2)

If you are debating whether to upgrade to Windows Server 2012, plenty of articles describe its new security benefits (for example, see here and here). Fewer articles discuss the basic shift in Access Management this release can enable. To understand the potential benefits of one key feature, Dynamic Access Control, it’s useful to compare this approach with more well-known models of Access Management, such as ACLs and Security Groups. This blog is first in a series that compares how Access Management was handled in Windows environments prior to the 2012 release with what’s possible now. Container-Based Controls: ACLs and Group Management ACLs and Security Groups are currently the most ubiquitous model of Access Management. The ACL and Security Group model is both manual (with permissions defined per container, by an Administrator), and static (pre-determined and applied ahead of time). From the Perspective of IT Administrators For End Users.

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Exploring the 'Net and Star Trek with Pearltrees

For example, we added a "pearltree" in a post about WikiLeaks and accident-prone Japanese nuclear facilities, and another in an article describing the enigmatic Anonymous and their nemesis Backtrace Security. As you can see, Pearltrees embeds a significant amount of supplemental information related to a post in a way that is easy to navigate, while giving you a chance to preview content before you even click a link. There's a lot more to Pearltrees, though. During a recent interview, the company told us they are engaged in building an expanding a comprehensive "social curation" community. What does this mean for you? Well, you can "team-up" with people who share your interests to curate a topic, thereby providing improved context, more depth and high-quality information.

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Photography. Language. Inglés. English websites. How to Burst the "Filter Bubble" that Protects Us from Opposing Views. The term “filter bubble” entered the public domain back in 2011when the internet activist Eli Pariser coined it to refer to the way recommendation engines shield people from certain aspects of the real world. Pariser used the example of two people who googled the term “BP”. One received links to investment news about BP while the other received links to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, presumably as a result of some recommendation algorithm. This is an insidious problem. Much social research shows that people prefer to receive information that they agree with instead of information that challenges their beliefs. Knowledge tags. Tagging was popularized by websites associated with Web 2.0 and is an important feature of many Web 2.0 services.

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It is now also part of some desktop software. A Description of the Equator and Some Otherlands, collaborative hypercinema portal, produced by documenta X, 1997. User upload page associating user contributed media with the term Tag. Online and Internet databases and early websites deployed them as a way for publishers to help users find content. In 1997, the collaborative portal "A Description of the Equator and Some Other Lands" produced by documenta X, Germany, coined the folksonomic term Tag for its co-authors and guest authors on its Upload page.

Tagging has gained wide popularity due to the growth of social networking, photography sharing and bookmarking sites. Knowledge tags are an extension of keyword tags. Note This. Educational Websites. Digital media. News ~ data. Artwork Sources. SOCIAL NETWORKING. The Cyberpunk Project. Forums. Research. The Ultimate RSS Toolbox - 120+ RSS Resources. Never again will mankind have to look for RSS info in more than one place...ok, we're kidding, but we've aimed to create a near comprehensive list of all the RSS readers, tools, browser plugins, tips, hacks and directories available on the web.

The Ultimate RSS Toolbox - 120+ RSS Resources

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