Indians: Frank Robinson, MLB’s first African-American manager, has passed away | fox8.com

LOS ANGELES — Frank Robinson, major-league baseball’s first African-American manager, has passed away, the Cleveland Indians confirmed to FOX 8 News on Thursday. He was 83 years old. Robinson was the only player to win the MVP award in both leagues. — Read on fox8.com/2019/02/07/indians-frank-robinson-mlbs-first-african-american-manager-has-passed-away/

iOS 12.1.4 Update Now Available

Apple has released the latest update to their iOS mobile operator system for iPhone and iPad. This update fixes the Group FaceTime bug which was discovered a couple weeks ago. Please download and install this update on your iOS devices as soon as you are able.

Throwback Thursday- Immaggini Di Roma: Remembering Star Of Indiana 1991

A couple of weeks ago, an article I wrote about ’91 Star of Indiana was published on FloMarching. Enjoy! NOTE: A Pro subscription to FloMarching/FloSports is required to read the article. www.flomarching.com/articles/6329168-immaggini-di-roma-remembering-star-of-indiana-1991

NM governor withdraws most National Guard troops from border | TheHill

“I reject the federal contention that there exists an overwhelming national security crisis at the southern border, along which are some of the safest communities in the country,” said Lujan Grisham in a statement Tuesday. “However, I recognize and appreciate the legitimate concerns of residents and officials in southwestern New Mexico, particularly Hidalgo County, who […]

2019 Reading Challenge Book #4: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It by Chris Voss

The fourth book in my challenge was recommended to me by Bob Coppedge. Bob is the CEO and founder of Simplex-IT, an IT consulting firm in Hudson, Ohio. Title: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It Author: Chris Voss Read from January 6 to January 10

Google: All your leaked passwords are belong to us – here’s a Chrome extension to find them • The Register

During its incessant web crawling, Google’s search engine constantly encounters credentials dumped by hackers or left exposed by the careless. And because it can, the ad confectionery copies and encrypts these spilled usernames and passwords. Armed with this info, the Chocolate Factory directed its software engineers, in conjunction with crypto boffins from Stanford University, to […]