“Of Mouselike Bites and Marathons” is a January 21, 2012, Nytimes.com article by Frank Bruni on the health choices of acclaimed chefs. The author argues that the health choices of acclaimed chefs are often obscured from public view by the shows and publications they are in to promote more appetizing and extravagant meals to their audiences. The author uses first-hand accounts from inside the industry to illustrate this hypocrisy.
Well, I did it; I pulled the plug on one of the greatest improvements to come with OSX Lion, FileVault. FileVault is a block-level encryption method, keeping your precious data secure and unreadable by thieves or other unauthorized users of your computer. Unless you enter your password, your entire hard drive is one giant unreadable file. It is essential if you have sensitive data that you worry about exposing to the wide world of computer intrusion. Overall, solid encryption is vital for people whose value is tied to their computer files: as a photographer and web guy I squarely fall into this camp. Read the rest of this entry »