Obama Convenes Stanford Summit on 'Evil Layer Cake' of Cyberthreats
One way or another, we're all online, right? Googling, updating our status, banking, uploading photos and videos. And using our debit cards to buy just about anything. But the Internet has turned into a pretty rough neighborhood, and as we’ve seen in a steady stream of media reports, the bad guys are out there, hacking into computer systems as often as they can. This risk of getting hacked and what to do about it was why President Obama came to Stanford University Friday, to convene a White House summit on cybersecurity.
Couples Counseling for Tech Co-Founders? It's Actually a Thing
Startups fail for a bunch of reasons: bad product, wrong timing. But sometimes, it's just you. Relationship problems between co-founders are one of the biggest reasons companies don't make it. So, more and more, startup co-founders in Silicon Valley are looking for help before things go downhill. We look at the rise in platonic co-workers seeking couples counseling.
From 'The Simpsons' to Stravinsky: the Awesome Orchestra
If you're a rock musician, it's pretty easy to find a jam session. But what if you're a classically trained musician? In the San Francisco Bay Area, there's an orchestra offering a casual, no-strings-attached place to create music and find a community of musicians.
Jazz Review: Charles McPherson's 'The Journey'
In the heyday of bebop, Charles McPherson spent a decade playing with the legendary bassist Charles Mingus. McPherson might not be as well-known as his former boss, but the San Diego saxophonist has built a standout career of his own. Now, at age 75, he shows no signs of slowing down, according to jazz critic Andrew Gilbert.