Device contains atoms and is a tiny bit radioactive | https://thestickerarchive.tumblr.com/post/181922504720
Holy cow, there already exists at least one public Onion service expressly for telnetting into, and it's an official Wikipedia mirror https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Telnet_gateway
High risk for those into sexy POWER9 motherboards Show more
Raptor systems released their mini-ITX POWER9 board.
It is, obviously, a beauty although the $800 price tag is scary, especially as you need to add the actual processor cost to it ($375-$595) and the RAM ($395-$2950)
But... "Designed with a fully owner-controlled CPU domain, you can audit and modify any portion of the open source firmware on the Blackbird™ mainboard, all the way down to the CPU microcode."
Hacking Team Hacker Phineas Fisher Has Gotten Away With It
Leaked court documents show that Italian authorities have no idea who hacked the government spyware maker Hacking Team, and a judge ruled the investigation should be shut down.
You gotta love the chutzpah of chemists in the 1920s going 'hmm, we need a completely safe and non-toxic gas for fridges because ammonia is killing people... I know, how about mashing up those two greatest hits of chemical safety, Chlorine and Fluorine! Cos see, two super-poisons will fight each other and PROBABLY not release deadly toxic bone-eating hydrofluoric acid gas into your kitchen. Probably.'
and then much later: 'whoops, but they do eat the literal sky'
https://www.taz.de/!5548926/ Well, that's plenty alarming
Today in the adventures of 'no one but me reads my documentation', there are random lines of bad church latin invoking the protection of the machine spirit in our disaster recovery plan.
"Omnissiah defensionem calculandum apparatus. Chao superare potest. Custodiat te nostrae tergum consilium."
Circuits preserve us.
Julian Assange has been charged, prosecutors reveal in inadvertent court filing https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/julian-assange-has-been-charged-prosecutors-reveal-in-inadvertent-court-filing/2018/11/15/9902e6ba-98bd-48df-b447-3e2a4638f05a_story.html
Using the modern web doesn't feel empowering. It feels immensely frustrating.
The web is barely usable without ad-blocking. Pages take an age to load and the content jumps around as more ads download and display. Also the ads are spying on you.
The entire JS ecosystem is dependency hell and sometimes you have to download massive JS files just to view a web page. The JS is probably also spying on you.
Worse still, JS is also probably why the Back button doesn't work properly on so many sites.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: LRT: It's important to understand that people calling the Proud Boys "brownshirts" aren't being hyperbolic but making an actual historical parallel. The Proud Boys commit violence, the right blames the left for this, thus "necessitating" the readiness for future violence.
I'm going to keep reiterating this because the "power to the people" / "collective domination is good" tendency of the Left keeps creeping back:
Democracy is evil. Our goal is to kill power, not collectivize it.
The hardest part of using PGP, key management, doesn't scale well in large organizations. We solved this problem at First Look Media (where there are over 200 PGP users) with GPG Sync. We maintain a keylist, and everyone subscribes to it, so everyone has the latest public key for everyone else.
I'm excited to announce that we've submitted a draft RFC that will turn GPG Sync into an internet standard!
Check this out: https://tech.firstlook.media/keylist-rfc-explainer
Privacy, tech, refugees, canada Show more
Canada is using ancestry DNA websites to help it deport people https://news.vice.com/en_ca/article/wjkxmy/canada-is-using-ancestry-dna-websites-to-help-it-deport-people
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