” ‘You’re going to get on the course with those guys. You’re going to learn their names and what they are doing.’ ” Chris Condon, superintendent at Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, Ore., said building interdepartmental relationships, like those proposed by Finlen and Baldassari bridges gaps between maintenance and the golf shop and sets an example that will be obvious to members and administration, said Chris Condon, superintendent at Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, Ore. “It shows that you’re a cohesive unit,” Condon said. “It shows these guys know what they’re doing and that they can work together.” An adversarial relationship between golf staff and maintenance is a stereotype nearly as old as the game itself.
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Security researcher says new malware can affect your BIOS; communicate over the air
But what really sets badBIOS apart is that it is supposedly capable of resisting erasure if someone reinstalls (known as flashing) the BIOS firmware. BadBIOS is also platform-independent, which means it can infect and work across a wide array of PC operating systems that include Windows, OS X, Linux, and BSD, according to Ruiu. BadBIOS infects a machine through infected USB drives, accordingto Ruius current theory. Once its on a machine, the malware can thencommunicate with other infected devices over high-frequency signals. Reality of the badBIOS That certainly sounds like a virus created in the realms of pure fantasy but, if badBIOS is real, it has some serious implications. Ruiu believes badBIOS is just the first wave of further malware payloads.
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Can liberals and conservatives really communicate?
Sign up for e-mail alerts Joshua Greene is hoping to change the way the left and right debate issues with his new book “Moral Tribes.” (Image courtesy Penguin Press) The 2014 campaign is underway, and this Harvard Professor is hoping to change the way the left and the right debate issues. “What I’m primarily interested in is changing the way ordinary people think about complicated policy matters,” says Joshua Greene. Greene says the left and right seem wrapped up in their own moral codes, and therefore can’t cooperate. What the two camps need to realize is that moral systems evolved in the first place to make it easier for groups to cooperate by creating common expectations for behavior within a tribe.
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