Quotes of the week: "Six seconds is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves."

“We clearly missed the mobile phone, there's no question.”

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella admits defeat when it comes to smartphones


“Six seconds is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves”

Pornhub letter outlining why it wants to buy Vine


“This is a unicorn-type campaign gift — you just don’t see someone basically walk into a campaign without a significant track record of activity and contribute at this level.”

Democratic strategist Chris Lehane on Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s $35 million donation to the party


“Industries have spent billions of dollars to put in human resource management systems. But the funny thing is with one button any CEO can know: Do they pay women the same as men? But are they willing to press that button?”

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff calls out companies with gender pay inequality


“This attack wasn’t notable for the volume of traffic so much as it was for the distributed nature of the attack vector.”

Dyn’s general counsel, Dave Allen, highlighting the role comprised IoT devices had in the recent DDoS attacks against the company


“The reason I’m not going to vote is that you cannot tell me that I have a choice between the measles or a bladder infection and expect me to pick one.”

John McAfee is still not over losing the Libertarian party nomination to Gary Johnson


“My sources say that Bureau 121, the Korean State hacking group, is responsible… This attack was the harbinger of near future attacks that will be much more devastating. I believe the smaller prior attacks served to identify weaknesses in the Internet’s infrastructure.”

McAfee’s take on the recent Dyn attacks


“Don’t sell your company!”

Vine founder Rus Yusupov has seller’s remorse it seems


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