Drew Harwell, The Washington Post Published 7:48 am PST, Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Facebook. Facebook. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Andrew Harrer Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Andrew Harrer Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Facebook. Facebook. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Andrew Harrer Start a online post, then delete it? Many websites save it anyway. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery When a Facebook user starts to post a photo, but decides not to and cancels, the social network still keeps a copy - saving a memory of something the person chose not to share, or wanted instead to forget. That fact surprised users last week, when Facebook announced it had not just saved those photos, but, for up … [Read more...] about Start a online post, then delete it? Many websites save it anyway.
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Greg Crawford Detroit Free Press Published 7:01 AM EDT Sep 12, 2018 More than 5,000 bikers are expected to hit the road bright and early Saturday for the 17th edition of TOUR DE TROIT, which bills itself as Michigan’s largest bicycling event. Riders will be following a new 29-mile route this year that will take them deeper into Detroit neighborhoods, including Grandmont-Rosedale, Brightmoor and Rouge Park. (Hard-core cyclists can sign up for a 62-mile route.) Carbs and beverages will be provided at the Michigan Central Station, the event’s starting point, and along the way. The Tour de Troit organization presents the ride and similar events to raise awareness of biking and greenways in southeast Michigan. It has raised more than $250,000 to develop greenways and promote bicycle culture in Detroit. 9 a.m. Saturday, Michigan Central Station in southwest Detroit. tour-de-troit.org/. $70. Helmets are mandatory. The season of outdoor art fairs is drawing to a close, but … [Read more...] about The weekend: Tour de Troit, ‘Miss Firecracker,’ Birmingham art fair
Robert Stevens, Associated Press Updated 3:50 am, Friday, June 29, 2018 Photo: Gillian Flaccus, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2018 file photo, a neon sign hanging in the window of Healthy Harvest Indoor Gardening in Hillsboro, Ore., shows that the business accepts bitcoin as payment. A raft of recent cyber-security firms and governments now cite the rising trend of ‘crypto-jacking’ _ in which devices are infected with invisible malicious cryptocurrency mining software that uses the computing power of victims’ devices to mine virtual currency _ as the main cyber security threat to businesses and consumers worldwide. less FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2018 file photo, a neon sign hanging in the window of Healthy Harvest Indoor Gardening in Hillsboro, Ore., shows that the business accepts bitcoin as payment. A raft of recent ... more … [Read more...] about How your smart fridge might be mining bitcoin for criminals