Originally published on Wed November 19, 2014 3:12 pm
Meghan Daum's The Unspeakable is nominally a collection of essays about the conversations we all want to partake in but hold back from; the thoughts we all have but refuse to admit out loud.
And, in several respects, the book fits the bill. "Matricide," the collection's opening essay, recounts Daum's experience watching her mother die from gallbladder cancer. But the piece is equally an exploration of their troubled relationship, and Daum is open about her grievances. "I had a hard time not seeing her as a fraud," she says at one point.
Originally published on Mon November 24, 2014 3:58 pm
Don't install software from the Web unless it's directly from the company that made it. If you do install software, make sure you update it. And whatever you do, don't open attachments emailed to you by spammers.
These are just a few warnings from Brian Krebs, an investigative journalist and cybersecurity expert.
Krebs learned the ins and outs of how the spam industry works when he was given documents in the aftermath of a feud between two Russian companies — two of the largest sponsors of pharmaceutical spam.
Allentown Art Museum Director David Mickenberg joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle for a wide-ranging conversation about the Museum's fall exhibits, Robert Indiana from A to Z, American Pop: The Prints, and Building the Arena: Photography by Theo Anderson.