Lifestyle 35

Baconocalypse: Overblown


Well, I perpetuated it here, I might as well debunk it: Now it’s looking like we’re going to be okay with bacon. Also, that big guy up there? I’m gonna eat that sucker. Or maybe I already have!

An American Farm Bureau economist has now said that the idea of “widespread shortages” is “really overblown,” Associated Press reports.

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Tech 5

National Cyber Security Awareness Month … What You Need To Know!


Since this month has been declared National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we here at SourceFed want to give you a quick run down of what the status is for cyber security in the US. A recent study done by National Cyber Security Alliance and security firm McAfee, researchers found that over the past year, 1 in 4 consumers in the United States have had their personal information lost or stolen due to security breaches. 25% of consumers? That is insane!

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The Nation is Sexy (Oct 1, 2012)


Welcome to the “Nation is Sexy”.  Ladies and Gents from the Nation send in pictures of themselves to [email protected] and I feature them on the show/site once a week to celebrate real people from the Nation.

If you’d like to be featured next week just take a picture of yourself with Hi Nation written on yourself or on a sign and you can be part of this new weekly segment by emailing it to [email protected]Note: We like cute and sexy.  We don’t post nudes, so don’t send them in.  Love yo faces :) Continue reading

Politics Tech 3

Hack The Planet: White House Thwarts Network Attack

The Cold War never really ended, so much as it changed venues to the digital world.

And case in point, or at least, the most recent case to have occurred, is the White House acknowledging that there was an attack on their network. Before we all get up in arms about it being China again, no one’s yet to say it’s them. They also say it isn’t not them, and meanwhile our Defense Secretary has gone to China to tell them to knock it off with hacking attempts on American systems.

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