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Dear Texas: Enjoy The Oil Boom. Just Don't Blow It This Time.

You used to see a bumper sticker from time to time on old trucks trundling down Texas highways. The top line read: “Please God, give me one more oil boom.” Underneath: “This time I promise not to piss it away.” But it’s been a long time since I’ve spotted one — for the simple reason that the Great …

Patriot Act Author: Only My Anti-NSA Bill Will Close ‘Loophole’ Spying on Americans

Dustin Volz @dnvolz<p>April 2, 2014, 1:34 p.m.<p>The one-time cham­pi­on of grant­ing the in­tel­li­gence com­munity more sur­veil­lance au­thor­ity is …

No more NSA spying? Sorry, Mr Obama, but that's not true

Last week in the Hague, Barack Obama seemed to have suddenly remembered the oath he swore on his inauguration as president – that stuff about preserving, protecting and defending the constitution of the United States. At any rate, he announced that the NSA would end the "bulk collection" of …

Analyst: Cisco's New $1 Billion Cloud Computing Plan Is Ingenious But Risky

Cisco is calling it the Intercloud.<p>With the Intercloud, Cisco is joining all the other enterprise tech companies who are chasing the cloud market.<p>That's because companies today are using the cloud instead of buying new computers and software for new IT projects. They spent $131 billion in 2013 on …

Oil And Gas Boom 2014: A Great Time To Be A Texan

Thanks to the rapidly increasing production from the Eagle Ford Shale and the Permian Basin, Texas reached another milestone in September, 2013: As a separate nation, Texas would now rank as the 9th largest oil producing country in the world.<p>As reported here by Dr. Mark Perry, according to the …

How Scared Should You Be of a Cyberwar?

Everything you need to know about the future of warfare.<p>Multiple justices of the U.S. Supreme Court—the people who will ultimately decide where the law stands on cyber-military issues—do not even use computers. P.W. Singer, director of the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and …