I like staying on top of the news, something I proudly inherited from my father (of course, it took growing out of my teenage years before I realized that was what I liked). I follow local news, national, international, space, and technology. That last is where I found this little beauty.
I like reading Computerworld’s Shark Tank weekdays, and then I check out their news. Sometimes it’s just a regurgitated press release, sometimes it’s something I don’t care about, sometimes it’s applicable to my job. The headlines, as intended, give me a good idea of whether the story will be useful to me.
And sometimes the headlines are the story. Check out this pair of headlines from Thursday:
I don’t think that they intentionally placed a technology transfer story next to a trade secret theft story – but you never know. Somebody at Computerworld might have been smiling as they arranged the timing of these two.