A New Species Of Jellyfish

Plus, a piece of chorizo.
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Cybersecurity Threats Are On The Rise In 2022 | The Futurist

CYBERSECURITY THREATS ARE ON THE RISE IN 2022

Without a doubt, the most significant data breaches over the last two decades have all happened over the internet, which is concerning news for businesses (and their consumers) since e-commerce is the largest marketplace in the world. Even brick-and-mortar stores now operate online significantly, which means everyone should be alarmed about cybersecurity and potentially having their data hacked. The Futurist

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GET READY TO TRAVEL, MEET NEW PEOPLE AND EXPLORE THE WORLD WITH BABBEL

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AI vs. Machine Learning: Key Comparisons | Venture Beat

AI VS. MACHINE LEARNING: KEY COMPARISONS

Want to sound very smart to your friends at a party? Educate them on the differences between AI and machine learning, especially as AI makes more and more daily headlines. Venture Beat

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Study For Four CompTia Cybersecurity Certification Exams For $30 | PC World

STUDY FOR FOUR COMPTIA CYBERSECURITY CERTIFICATION EXAMS FOR $30

It seems like there's a new data breach every day, but that might be good news if you want to learn how to be a hacker yourself. No, that doesn't mean joining the villains. Instead, you can put those skills to good use by finding a company's vulnerabilities and patching them before nefarious agents take advantage of them (and get paid very well doing so.) This 2021 CompTIA Security Infrastructure Expert Bundle can show you how. PC World

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Physicist Trolls James Webb Space Telescope Fans With A Photo Of A Chorizo Sausage | Engadget

PHYSICIST TROLLS JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE FANS WITH A PHOTO OF A CHORIZO SAUSAGE

Don't you hate it when you travel into deep space and find a red dwarf only to discover it's actually a piece of chorizo? Same here. ร‰tienne Klein, the director of France's Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, decided to do just that — prank all of Twitter with a photo of chorizo he claimed was from the James Webb telescope as a lesson in the dangers of disinformation. Engadget

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Goodbye Sandy Cheeks, Hello Resort Chic | The Fascination

GOODBYE SANDY CHEEKS, HELLO RESORT CHIC

We've all been there; you get back from a long day at the beach to find a heavy, soggy, sand-filled towel you're afraid to take out of your bag. Luckily that's a thing of the past with Sunkissed tightly woven locally sourced Turkish cotton towels, which help to keep sand out! These lightweight, breezy towels are made to be easy to pack and carry with you all day long for resort-level comfort wherever you go. Sunkissed towels are sand resistant, absorbent, and ultra-fast drying. Not only are these towels highly functional, but they're not so bad to look at if we say so ourselves. They're as beautiful as a throw blanket but durable enough to take on whatever your day brings. It's time to plan your next adventure with Sunkissed beach towels!  The Fascination

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A New Rare Jellyfish Has Been Discovered Off Papua New Guinea | Mashable

A NEW RARE JELLYFISH HAS BEEN DISCOVERED OFF PAPUA NEW GUINEA

The sheer amount of alien-like creatures in the ocean deep is truly wild. For all of our attempts at learning what's beyond the stars, there's still so much we have yet to discover in the deepest parts of our oceans. For example, this incredible-looking alien-like jellyfish that was just discovered. Ad astra? More like ad aequor! Mashable

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