Getting bit by a mosquito is more than just an annoyingly itchy bump; it can also lead to life-threatening diseases like dengue fever, malaria, West Nile virus, and more.
From time to time, we come up with interesting bits of malware that are just calling us to decode and learn more about them. This is one of those cases. That snippet is encoded malicious content. The full payload is is much bigger, 12816 characters, to be exact.
I may revisit this later. Consider this a late draft. I’m calling this done. Sometimes somebody says something to me, like a whisper of a hint of an echo of something half-forgotten, and it lands on me like an invocation. The mania sets in, and it isn’t enough to believe; I have to know.
column Door de collectieve aard van het spoor te ontkennen, wordt denkfout op denkfout gestapeld, zegt Thomas von der Dunk. Hij zet er tien op een rij.
All work and no rest doesn't only make you dull, it also makes you less effective at your job. But your brain doesn't think that checking Facebook counts as downtime. Here's why. Imagine this: you're a power lifter, one of those big dudes at the Olympics that lifts very big things.
Does tracking a baby's every movement, cry, and wet diaper mean happier parents and healthier infants, or are we turning our kids into Tamagotchis for no reason? Elle Lucero has been tracked since birth.
De crème de la crème van intellectueel Nederland is van de partij. Op de gastenlijst staan namen van topambtenaren, Tweede Kamerleden, professoren en journalisten (van De Groene Amsterdammer tot Elsevier). Ze worden ontvangen met een glaasje wijn en een deftig hapje.
David Hockney and others have speculated—controversially—that a camera obscura could have helped the Dutch painter Vermeer achieve his photo-realistic effects in the 1600s. But no one understood exactly how such a device might actually have been used to paint masterpieces.
For the first time ever, a lawsuit challenging a U.S. government “no-fly” order goes to trial on Monday. The U.S. government issues “no-fly” orders to airlines, forbidding common carriers from transporting specified persons.
Urban living has its perks, but rarely (if ever) is noise mentioned among them.
Staatssecretaris Jetta Klijnsma van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid bood op 12 november aan de Tweede Kamer een wetsvoorstel aan dat de Wet Werk en Bijstand (WWB) ingrijpend verandert en de positie van uitkeringsgerechtigden nog verder dreigt te verslechteren.
Today, Standard and Poor’s lowered it’s rating on Dutch sovereign debt. S&P is certainly right to mention low growth as one of the biggest problems in the Netherlands.