Watch a Hacker Hijack a Capsule Hotel’s Lights, Fans, and Beds

Kyasupā wondered if he could hack his hotel’s iPod Touch controls after they handed it to him at check in, but he didn’t want to waste his vacation time reverse engineering the system. He says he changed his mind after a noisy neighbor kept him up for several nights. “I thought it would be nice if I could take control of his room and make him have a lovely night,” he writes. “That’s how I decided to start to analyze how everything worked.”

The iPods the hotel issued as remote controls were locked with iOS’ “guided access” setting that prevents

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Top 10 family-friendly vacation spots in the US: study

Finding a vacation spot that your entire family can enjoy can be an arduous task, but your decision-making can likely be eased with a little data.

A recent travel study from KOALA, a vacation rental platform where timeshare owners list properties, has narrowed down some of the best family vacation destinations in the U.S.

The tech-forward company analyzed popular destinations on its website based on seven key metrics, including the number of kid-friendly attractions, nature and parks, child-friendly restaurants, crime rate, average accommodation price per night, average annual temperature and annual rainfall.

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Maryland Outdoor Recreation Ambassadors Named in Talbot County

Maryland Outdoor Recreation Ambassadors Named in Talbot County

‘Deputized’ Organizations Help Promote Maryland Outdoor Recreation

A century-old yacht club, a historic ferry, a YMCA and senior center, and two outdoor retailers have been named Maryland Outdoor Recreation Ambassadors in Talbot County for their efforts to promote and expand access to the state’s outdoor recreation opportunities. 

Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly M. Schulz, and Maryland Natural Resources Secretary Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio named the ambassadors during site visits to their facilities this week. As part of their responsibilities, the ambassadors will continue working to promote the state’s

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Please Take A Real Vacation

CEO, Clear Impact Consulting Group. Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Organizational/Team Effectiveness.

I’m writing this during the summer vacation season in North America, but this article applies throughout the year for whenever you take a vacation from your stressful job. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve had this conversation with executive coaching clients over the last month or two.

You’re a leader who works hard and takes your role seriously. It’s more than just a job. It’s a career. You often think about work in the evenings and on weekends, how you can better approach a particular

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Work was Wade Craig’s occupation, recreation – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Long time Sports Center owner Wade Craig died at the age of 77 Monday.

He leaves behind his mom, Josie Craig, and sons Bobby and Wyatt Craig.

Fred Rogers, who was his friend and accountant, said they grew up and attended high school together. Craig was a year ahead of him and graduated in 1962 from Natchez High School.

“It was the first class to graduate in the new school,” Rogers said. “We did not become real good friends until I graduated from MSU and came back here. He graduated from Bowling Green (State University) and went to

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Audit offers clues to problems in UNC police department before chief’s departure :: WRAL.com

— An audit of the police department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers clues to the departure in June of the then-chief. WRAL News has been asking for these public records since that time and received them on Tuesday.

In May, Police Chief David Perry was put on leave. In June, he resigned.

The audits, completed in December 2020 and March 2021, mention a total of six allegations, submitted anonymously against an unnamed employee. Those include using a police vehicle to travel hundreds of miles to out-of-state

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