Tech Tips of the Week - November 28, 2016
Tech Tips of the Week - November 28, 2016
Two Step Login Presentations
Two Step Login Presentations
Two Step Login Presentations
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)
Mendoza Book Club
Mendoza Book Club

Events

3
Dec

MSM Preview Day

Location: Mendoza College of Business

Time: 12/3/2016 8:45 AM

3
Dec

MBA Preview Day

Location: Mendoza College of Business

Time: 12/3/2016 8:45 AM

8
Dec

South Bend Executive MBA Business Reception

Location: 300 Stayer Center, Notre Dame, IN

Time: 12/8/2016 6:00 PM

19
Dec

MSM Application Q&A Webinar

Location: Online

Time: 12/19/2016 7:00 PM

Weather

South Bend, IN

Birthdays

NYT News

Donald Trump, Oakland, Fidel Castro: Your Weekend Briefing

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

Donald Trump Thrusts Taiwan Back on the Table, Rattling a Region

President Clinton greeted crew members of an aircraft carrier that monitored Chinese war games near Taiwan in 1996. A single protocol-shattering phone call with Taiwan’s president raises fears of igniting tensions in Asia and emboldening China.

China Sees New Ambiguity With Donald Trump’s Taiwan Call

President Xi Jinping of China, who considers Taiwan an integral part of his country. “This is a wake-up call for Beijing,” one Chinese analyst said of a precedent-breaking conversation with the president of Taiwan.

Extremists Turn to a Leader to Protect Western Values: Vladimir Putin

Vladimir V. Putin, during his annual state-of-the-nation address in Moscow on Thursday. In retrospect, Donald J. Trump’s praise for Russia’s president seems to have been a shrewd dog whistle to a small but highly motivated part of the Trump base.

In Trump’s Security Pick, Michael Flynn, ‘Sharp Elbows’ and No Dissent

Michael T. Flynn, President-elect Donald J. Trump’s pick for national security adviser, on Thursday at Trump Tower in New York. Past colleagues paint a mixed picture of a man who will have nearly unfettered access to the Oval Office and help guide President Trump on world events.

Jill Stein’s Pennsylvania Recount Effort Is Dealt a Major Setback

Jill Stein, the Green Party presidential candidate, who began the recount bid in Pennsylvania, said in a filing that “petitioners are regular citizens of ordinary means” and could not afford a $1 million bond payment that was ordered by Pennsylvania courts. A lawyer for Ms. Stein, the Green Party candidate, said in a filing that “petitioners are regular citizens” who could not afford a $1 million payment ordered by Pennsylvania courts.

Fire at Warehouse Party in Oakland Kills at Least 9, With Dozens Missing

At least nine people were dead and dozens were missing after a fire broke out during an electronic music party.

The Scourge of Racial Bias in New York State’s Prisons

A cellblock at Sing Sing Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Ossining, N.Y., less than an hour by train from Midtown Manhattan. A New York Times investigation draws on nearly 60,000 disciplinary cases from state prisons and interviews with inmates to explore the system’s inequities and the ripple effect they can have.

Immune System, Unleashed by Cancer Therapies, Can Attack Organs

Chuck Peal, 61, at home in Southbury, Conn. He developed acute-onset diabetes, as did other patients who received immunotherapy at Yale. Immunotherapy drugs have been hailed as a breakthrough in cancer treatment, but doctors are finding that what makes them effective is also what poses serious risks.

5 Ways to Be a Better Tourist

Tourists at the Roman Forum. Among other tips, guide trainers advise tourists to be considerate photographers by not monopolizing good vantage points. People who train tour guides say there are some basic ways that Americans can be better guests when taking tours abroad.

Quote of the Day

Nothing can match the treasure of common memories, of trials endured together, of quarrels and reconciliations and generous emotions. It is idle, having planted an acorn in the morning, to expect that afternoon to sit in the shade of the oak.

Antoine De Saint-Exupery