Secure passwords have never been our strong suit

Since the first use of a password in 1961, passwords have been known to be insecure and easily hacked. This may be partially because, ironically, “the MIT researchers who pioneered the passwords didn’t really care much about security,” according to Robert...
Council Corner: Evan Fullmer

Council Corner: Evan Fullmer

  The 105th legislature adjourned on May 23.  The unicameral passed more than 170 bills in 86 working days. Our lawmakers meet each year in Lincoln to try and move the needle for the people of our state. As the state senators head home to reflect on the months of work...

When We Grow Up

What did you want to be when you grew up? At first glance, it’s a simple and inconsequential question. But if you think about it, our answers can speak volumes about our unique perspectives on the world around us. Like many little boys, I dreamed of being a...
Borrow For Your Bump

Borrow For Your Bump

An Entrepreneur Story: Catering to Expectant Mothers – with Style They grow up so fast… Borrow For Your Bump, Krystal Stubbendeck’s online maternity clothing retailer, just celebrated its 3rd “birthday.” “Every pregnancy is different and every woman’s body changes...