I would love to see a Wikipedia page for Macintosh Common Lisp that looked more like http://basalgangster.macgui.com/RetroMacComputing/The_Long_View/Entries/2013/2/17_Macintosh_Common_Lisp.html
"... the astonishing fact is that this botnet was, inadvertently, performing brute-force attacks against SATCOM modems located onboard an in-flight aircraft."
I'm thinking my crazy idea of making a twitter account for every flying aircraft might be perfectly reasonable as a specialized Mastodon instance. You could, for example, follow N178B to know when a Missile Defense Agency airborne observatory is watching a test, or N61Q to know when Dynamic Aviation is scattering sterile fruit flies over Los Angeles.
Hello, people of Mastodon!
I am John Wiseman. I am an R&D Imagineer who
* sometimes combs the desert for X-plane wreckage (see header photo)
* occasionally discovers fleets of secret FBI surveillance aircraft registered to front companies
* often builds speech/natural language interfaces
* was obsessed with drones for years
* is a monkey in the family mythology that splits us into birds (my son and wife) and monkeys (my daughter and I).
Persistent sousveiller, Disney R&D Imagineer, developer of speech interfaces and deliberative systems, such a dad. Trying to learn to make better mistakes.
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