"Belphegor's prime is 1,000,000,000,000,066,600,000,000,000,001: a palindromic prime number with 666 in the middle and 13 0s on either side. It is named after Belphegor, one of the seven princes of hell."
Brain: So what are we hunting and/or gathering today, buddy?
Me: I told you, we live in a complex modern society and we don't hunt or gather. Instead we just worry about paying all our bills and also the complex web of ideology and global politics that threatens to destroy us basically always.
Brain: Hmm, I don't think I was built for that.
The inevitable happened: Intel confirms critical security issues with Intel ME: https://security-center.intel.com/advisory.aspx?intelid=INTEL-SA-00086&languageid=en-fr
"This includes scenarios where a successful attacker could: ... Load and execute arbitrary code outside the visibility of the user and operating system."
And of course it affects "6th, 7th & 8th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family", meaning pretty much all our desktop/laptop CPUs.
From what I understand this animal crossing pocket camp game consists of building a place where various animals turn up and hang out
This is Mastodon Admin: The Game isn't it?
The future of the web has got to be about taking ownership of our online spaces back.
No, not all places are awful of course, but ones that exploit our experience rather than supplement it have to be starved of the resource they need to survive.
And that resource is you. And how do we do that? By reclaiming our online personas and content instead of just giving it way because it's easier and/or popular.
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honestly, HumanBody is the worst hacked-together nonsense i've ever seen.
- no documentation (_everything_ we have is from reverse engineering by enthusiasts)
- little to no runtime modification, everything's baked in at DNA compilation time
- all the sensory hardware is fragile and pretty much impossible to replace when it inevitably breaks
- the built in security is decent but has to constantly download patches to cope with the latest malware, and is only necessary cause of larger systemic problems