Around the Office: Mister Rogers Remixed, On{X} Takes Control, and Keeping Online Profiles Safe

David installed Microsoft on{X} on his Android phone, which enables the phone to be programmed remotely using an in-browser JavaScript API interface. Based on the code you input, you can automate the phone to do certain actions based on where you are, what time it is, and other parameters such as the weather. For David, this means his phone will tell him, based on the forecast, whether or not to take an umbrella to work in the morning.PBS remixed Mister Rogers, but kept his positive and powerful message. Daveed was reminded of the 1997 Emmys where Mister Rogers accepted a Lifetime Achievement Award and asked the audience of celebrities and big-shot producers to take 10 seconds to think about the important people in their lives. He said, “All of us have special ones who have loved us into being. Would you just take, along with me, 10 seconds to think of the people who have helped you become who you are.” Hopefully the PBS remix repackage this message to a new generation that missed out on the sincerity of Mister Rogers.

Brent and countless other LinkedIn users changed their password after finding out millions of passwords for the business-oriented social network were stolen. This security breach was an unfortunate reminder that people should use different passwords for their email accounts, social networks, and other sites. Switching up passwords gives less power to whomever gets their hand , and helps reduce the amount of damage they can do.