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Feb. 21, 2014 9:00 am

The art of 3D printing with former Disney employee Tony Karp [Links]

"Tony Karp, 75, has worked as a writer, photographer, builder and in computers. He now works as a 3D artist in a genre he calls techno-impressionism, using computers and digital printing to create photographs and animation."

The Art of 3D Printing: A Q&A with Tony Karp [The Frederick News-Post]: “Tony Karp, 75, has worked as a writer, photographer, builder and in computers. He now works as a 3D artist in a genre he calls techno-impressionism, using computers and digital printing to create photographs and animation.”

Six cyber firms compete for $100,000 InvestMaryland prize [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Baltimore’s Integrata Security, Light Point Security and ZeroFox (formerly Riskive), as well as Bethesda’s IntrusionOnline Corp., Arnold’s ITNOVA and Frederick’s Luminal will meet face-to-face with cyber security judges from both the public and private sector on March 6…”

More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack [Baltimore Sun]: “The breached database held names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and university identification numbers maintained by the university’s information technology division…”

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