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Private, Government Cooperation Could Stem Cyberattacks
Rachel Martin talks to Derek Manky, lead threat researcher for Fortinet, one of the founding members of the Cyber Threat Alliance, about the White House executive order on cybersecurity.
David Carr Called Himself 'Part Pirate, Part Thug' But Also 'A Decent Person'
Carr, media columnist for The New York Times, died Thursday after collapsing in the newsroom. He was 58. Carr talked with Fresh Air in 2008 about his memoir and in 2011 about the future of journalism.
If You Strip The Bondage, '50 Shades' Is A Conventional Love Story
The film, based on E.L. James' best-selling novel, has been denounced by decency brigades. But it's a surprisingly mild, corny romance that affirms traditional values: It's Jane Eyre with ropes.
Not In The Mood For Cupid? There Are Alternatives To Valentine's Day
Don't feel like celebrating Valentine's Day? Feb. 14 is also Ferris Wheel Day and National Organ Donor Day.
World Press Photo Of The Year: 2014 Winner
The 58th annual World Press Photo of the year has been selected. 2014 was a year marked by many wars, and so much human suffering. But the winning photo is an image of peace and love.
Publishing Phenomenon 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Hits The Big Screen
Fifty Shades of Grey is an R-rated fairy tale, a kind of Cinderella tale with restraints. It's about as believable as Jack and the Beanstalk but considerably kinkier in intent.
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