Sunday, November 28, 2010

Link roundup

1. "A former Ford engineer charged with stealing trade secrets worth $50 million has pleaded guilty, and was apparently caught with the evidence on his laptop when he was arrested in Chicago in 2009. The man worked for Ford for 10 years before quitting the company to accept a position at a Ford competitor -- Beijing Automotive."

2. "The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has launched a new version of HTTPS Everywhere, a security tool that offers enhanced protection for Firefox browser users against 'Firesheep' and other exploits of webpage security flaws." Via.

3. Interview with Jordan Schwartz, who landed a Lego internship right out of high school.

*Buy Lego minifigs at eBay.