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Time Traps: The Self Employed Experience

Advertise here with BSAWhen people decide to become self-employed, the most common thing most consider first is the amount of freedom you will have to do what you like with your own business, and workload. However, it is essential to make sure that your first task as a self-employed person, is to manage your time effectively. There are many traps just waiting for you, and if you’re not careful, you may fall foul to many of these,...

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LinkedIn Invites

I’m posting because I gave a lecture on ray & path tracing last Monday, and at the end gave a little career advice, at the request of the people running the class. One thing I ranted about was getting LinkedIn invites without any explanation. I did say to the audience, students, that they could ask me for a connection, if they wanted. I guess I didn’t make it clear that they, too, should add an explanatory note – “loved...

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The Kittens Are Back in Town 2 – Charming Kitten Campaign Keeps Going on, Using New Impersonation Methods

On the 15th of September 2019, we have published a report[1] about a sharp increase in Charming Kitten attacks against researchers from the US, Middle East, and France, focusing on Iranian academic researchers, Iranian dissidents in the US. In our last report, we exposed a new cyber espionage campaign that was conducted in July 2019. Since then, we observed another wave of these attacks, leveraging new impersonating vectors and...

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Lookups behavior in Wave 2 – recent items, wildcard search, magnifying glass button, etc

  I am wondering how many of us have missed this post: “Preview for usability enhancements to lookups in Unified Interface” https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/preview-for-usability-enhancements-to-lookups-in-unified-interface/ I certainly did. So, to summarize, here is what’s happening now when you are clicking that magnifying glass button in the lookup field: If “recent list” is enabled for the lookup, you will see...