Sound the trumpets: Daniel Craig will play James Bond in at least one more film, which will be released in November 2019.Eon Productions, the London-based company that oversees all things 007, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which holds rights to the franchise, said on Monday that the next installment would arrive in theaters in North America on Nov. 8, 2019. That will put moviedom’s most famous spy in direct competition with a live-action fairy tale from Walt Disney Studios. (Disney claimed the date last year b

Source: Daniel Craig Is Coming Back as James Bond in 2019 – The New York Times

This morning (US Eastern time), many popular websites and mobile apps – including those from Twitter, Reddit, Spotify, CNN, and sites hosted by Wix – experienced outages, and this afternoon sites that recovered earlier seemed to go offline once again. At least as of now, the massive failures seems to stem from an attack launched by an as-of-yet unknown party (or parties) against Dyn, a provider of Domain Name Services (DNS) – a critical technology necessary for the functioning of the modern Internet. While some of the impacted systems do seem to be back online, Dyn reportsthat as of 1 PM Eastern time today its engineers are still fighting off the attack.

DNS refers to a service that, among other things, allows people to refer to computers on the Internet by name, rather than by an IP numeric address. If you enter CNN.COM, for example, DNS translates that name to a specific IP address to which your request and the resulting network traffic is routed. Because DNS mappings can be dynamic, DNS services can also help provide load balancing, redundancy, and, perhaps ironically in the context of this article, even protection against some denial of service attacks.

Source: Why Half the Internet Is Broken Right Now

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The US just hit the largest number of older workers ever (Bloomberg)
The latest data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that nearly 20% of Americans aged 65 and up are working right now, reports Ben Steverman. And because of the huge size of the baby boomer generation, this means the US now has the largest number of older workers ever.
Folks have cited various reasons for delaying retirement. Some said they needed to keep earning money and/or benefits, while others said they enjoyed their jobs and “wanted to stay involved,” reports Steverman.
High-net-worth men are slightly more risk-tolerant than high-net-worth women (FA Magazine)
A new survey from Lake Forest, Ill.-based Spectrem Group found that high-net-worth men were slightly more risk tolerant than women. 44% of men surveyed were willing to take risk on a portion of their investments in the hopes of better returns, while only 30% of women said the same, reports Christopher Robbins.
Moreover, 44% of HNW men said they would invest in individual stocks, while only 37% of women said the same.
This chart sums up the biggest trend in retail right now (Business Insider)
A Commerce Department report Friday showed total US retail salesjumped 1.3% month-on-month in April. Notably, the report also revealed that non-store retail sales – aka at places like Amazon and eBay – rose 2.1% last month, while department-store sales (excluding leased departments) rose 0.3%.
“But the year-over-year trend showed an even bigger outperformance gap. Online retail sales were up 10.2%, the most among major categories in the retail sales report,” reported Business Insider’s Akin Oyedele.
The chart below shows the three-month moving average of department store and non-store sales growth or decline. Oyedele notes that since January 2009, department-store sales have fallen 61% of the time month-on-month, versus 28% of the time for online shops.

Source: The US just hit the largest number of older workers ever – Business Insider Nordic

Sir Peter Jackson will use his Weta Workshop business to take his passion for aircraft to new heights.Weta Workshop has acquired the online distribution rights for Wingnut Wings, Jackson’s scale model kitset company, which will make Weta its largest online distributor.Wingnut Wings, which makes model kitsets of World War I aircraft, was fuelled by Jackson’s interest in model-making and vintage aircraft.”For someone like me, who grew up making World War I models, Wingnut Wings is really a dream company. We’re just a bunch of like-minded people who have been lucky enough to take their hobby to another level,” Jackson said.

Source: Weta Workshop partners with Peter Jackson’s Wingnut Wings | Stuff.co.nz