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2600 The Hacker Quarterly
Wed Apr 9 10:03:02 2014 GMT
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  • Off The Wall show for April 8, 2014
  • Off The Hook show for April 2, 2014
  • 2014 HACKER CALENDAR RELEASED
  • NEW 2600 WEBSITE LAUNCHED
  • SUMMER ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
  • DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO 2600 NOW AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE
  • HOPE NUMBER SIX VIDEO ARCHIVE NOW ONLINE
  • NEW CLUB-MATE SHIPMENT IS IN - MORE SHIPPING OPTIONS
  • TESLA BILLS ARE BACK!
  • SPRING ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED
  • commandlinefu
    Sun Apr 13 16:44:54 2014 GMT
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  • Silently ensures that a FS is mounted on the given mount point (checks if it's OK, otherwise unm...
  • sniff network traffic on a given interface and displays the IP addresses of the machines communicati...
  • Given a file path, unplug the USB device on which the file is located (the file must be on an USB de...
  • Print ASCII Character Chart
  • define a function "hg" combining history and grep to save typing
  • Show all symlinks
  • Arguments too long
  • Print one . instead of each line
  • Check if your ISP is intercepting DNS queries
  • Find files modified since a specific date
  • Ping all hosts on 192.168.1.0/24
  • Remove old kernel packages
  • Ping all hosts on 192.168.1.0/24
  • quick copy
  • Check all bash scripts in current dir for syntax errors
  • Daily WTF
    Thu Apr 17 10:46:02 2014 GMT
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  • Coded Smorgasbord: Sweet Mysteries of Life
  • Secure Development
  • CodeSOD: I Had My Reason
  • All Your RAM Are Belong to U
  • Error'd: Visit Scenic NON-STATIC METHOD
  • Best of Email: (Un)Helpful Support, An Epic Opportunity, and more!
  • CodeSOD: Exceptional Date Formatting
  • Nursing the Plan Along
  • CodeSOD: Offshore Obfuscation
  • Error'd: Not All Birthdays are Created Equal
  • Translate Everything!
  • CodeSOD: This Round Robin Laid an Egg
  • Make It Work
  • CodeSOD: The Fix
  • Error'd: Dude Looks Like a Lady
  • DistroWatch
    Thu Apr 17 01:44:44 2014 GMT
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  • Distribution Release: DEFT Linux 8.1
  • Distribution Release: IPFire 2.13 Core 76
  • Distribution Release: Rocks Cluster Distribution 6.1.1
  • Development Release: Smoothwall Express 3.1 RC5
  • Development Release: Deepin 2014 Alpha
  • Distribution Release: Slackel 6.0 "Live Openbox"
  • Distribution Release: Lightweight Portable Security 1.5.1
  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 554
  • Distribution Release: MakuluLinux 6.0 "MATE"
  • Development Release: SME Server 9.0 Beta 4
  • Firefox Extensions
    Thu Apr 17 13:45:19 2014 GMT
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  • YouTube Object2iframe 1.4.3pre
  • The Addon Bar (restored) 3.0.1
  • SeLite DB Objects 0.69
  • SeLite Miscellaneous 0.73
  • Tagific 0.2.14
  • SeLite Settings 0.33
  • Gutscheine / Gutschein 1.3
  • SeLite Bootstrap 0.81
  • HTitle 2.10
  • Feedly Notifier 2.8.1
  • TeaBiscuit 1.9.3
  • UPS Shopping CompanionTM from www.ups.com 14.04.03
  • Search Amazon in new tab page 1.0.2
  • Consumerify 0.2
  • Extension Test 2.14
  • FxKeyboard 2.4.2
  • Fire Commander 0.3.10
  • ColorfulTabs 22.9
  • freshmeat.net
    Thu Apr 17 01:46:09 2014 GMT
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  • Dianara 1.2.0
  • Performance Co-Pilot 3.9.2
  • beets 1.3.5
  • iCaption 2.4.2
  • Echofish 0.4
  • RESTClient 3.3.1
  • musl 1.1.0
  • LIMA-CALLAO 0.7.1
  • Fresh IDE 2.1.9
  • OpenTBS 1.9.0
  • TbsZip 2.16
  • OGLplus 0.44.0
  • deltasql 1.6.5
  • Orthanc 0.7.4
  • ToPIA 3.0-beta-2
  • Firejail 0.9
  • Novius OS 4.2
  • JAXX 2.8.4
  • GNU Project
    Fri Jun 10 18:44:23 2011 GMT
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  • A first installment of a GNU Status Repo...
  • Savannah was down for a few days recentl...
  • US citizens: Stop the Internet blacklist...
  • Interested in free video formats? We nee...
  • The June issue of the Free Software Supp...
  • GNU urges people working on free softwar...
  • FSF President Richard Stallman explains ...
  • All packages using GNU Automake to produ...
  • The FSF is hosting a GNU Hackers' Meetin...
  • FSF president Richard Stallman explains ...
  • Help improve Canadian copyright law! The...
  • The FSF is hiring a new campaigns manage...
  • FSF has launched a new free software act...
  • Richard Stallman has given an interview ...
  • CREDIL is hosting a contest where you ca...
  • hack a day
    Thu Apr 17 13:44:56 2014 GMT
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  • Lego Robot Plays Games For You As You Sleep
  • Awww Shoot! My Spool Doesn’t Fit My Holder
  • Hackaday Retro Edition: Parallel Port Ethernet
  • Kyub MIDI Keyboard Puts a Piano in Your Pocket
  • Wearable flames with fur and LED strips
  • Re:load Pro, an Open Source Active Load
  • Building the Internet of “Thing” at FTF2014
  • information aesthetics
    Thu Mar 27 20:44:59 2014 GMT
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  • Bouncing Graphic Replays Human Heartbeat Dynamics of Yesterday
  • Browser Plugin Maps Your Browser History as a Favicon Tapestry
  • LEGO Calendar: a Tangible Wall-Mounted Planner that Can be Digitized
  • HubCab: Mapping All Taxi Trips in New York during 2011
  • CODE_n: Architectural-Scale Data Visualizations Shown at CeBit 2014
  • HereHere: Mapping the Concerns of NY Citizens as an Iconographic Map
  • Sorting: Understanding How Famous Sorting Algorithms Work
  • Exploring Ball Locations and Player Behaviors in Basketball
  • Google Maps Gallery Highlights Specialized Maps based on Public Data
  • On The Role Data Visualization Plays in the Scientific Process
  • Visualising Mill Road: Informing Communities by Infographics in the Street
  • Mapping All Intercity Bus Routes in the U.S.
  • Dancing Statistics: Communicating Psychology to the Public through Dance
  • Canvas Shows All the Lint Generated by a Clothes Dryer during One Year
  • Selfie City: a Visualization-Centric Analysis of Online Self-Portraits
  • Information Is Beautiful
    Tue Mar 11 17:45:10 2014 GMT
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  • $5000 Dataviz Challenge: Design a Page of My New Book
  • Good Relationtips – Most Commonly Given Relationship Advice
  • Timeline of the Far Future
  • Information is Beautiful Awards 2013 – The Winners
  • “Millions of lines of code”
  • Over 300 of the best data-visualizations & infographics in one sheer wall of inspiration…
  • Snake Oil Superfoods
  • Information is Beautiful Awards: The judges…
  • Information is Beautiful Awards 2013 – Call for Entries!
  • World’s Biggest Data Breaches
  • IT Conversations
    Tue Dec 4 23:46:29 2012 GMT
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  • Doug Kaye - All's Well That Ends Well
  • Patrick Lightbody - Wisdom of the Crowd: Gathering Insights from Real User Monitoring
  • Dr. Peter G. Hartwell - CeNSE, How The Sensor Revolution Will Form The Next Layer On The Internet
  • Albert Wenger - Political and Commercial Threats and Opportunities for a Faster and Stronger Web
  • Pamela Rutledge - How Emerging Technologies are Increasing Intrinsic Motivation
  • Richard Cook - How Complex Systems Fail
  • Larry Downes - The Future of Communications Regulation
  • Jon Jenkins - Velocity Culture
  • Jofish Kaye - New Technologies to Help Families Love
  • Alan Duric - Advances in Real Time communications as Kernel for Nobler Social Networks
  • Artur Bergman - Artur on SSD's
  • Tomaz Stolfa - Goodbye VoIP Clients. Hello New Browser Technologies. Hello New User Cases.
  • Jeremie Miller - Data Is Not Primary
  • Thomas Sachson - Subsidized Data Delivery Via "Toll-Free" Apps
  • Alyssa Henry - Pivot (Amazon S3)
  • Mike McCue - When to Ignore the Data
  • Richard Whitt - The FCC's National Broadband Plan: A Critique through the Lens of Adaptive Polic...
  • Brad Rencher - How Digital Drives Impact
  • Lockergnome Tech News
    Tue Aug 27 01:46:00 2013 GMT
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  • Ocean in Motion Revolving Aquatic Scene
  • The Delightful and Dubious Online Tech Trends of 2013
  • Welcome to the Nexus of Geekdom
  • There is No Gamer Girl: Breaking Down Gender in Gaming
  • Why Are Edward Snowden and NSA PRISM Scaring Us?
  • The Forge: Suicide Prevention Turned Up to 11
  • Data and Information Ethics
  • How to Go Paperless
  • How Online Video Conferencing Services Pay for Themselves
  • How Can I Make Money Doing What I Love?
  • MathWorld
    Wed Apr 16 16:19:01 2014 GMT
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  • Hyperbolic Volume
  • O'Reilly Radar
    Thu Apr 17 13:45:30 2014 GMT
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  • Biomimicry in the real world
  • Four short links: 17 April 2014
  • Four short links: 16 April 2014
  • Disposable architecture?
  • #IoTH: The Internet of Things and Humans
  • Announcing BioCoder issue 3
  • Four short links: 15 April 2014
  • Four short links: 14 April 2014
  • Distributed science
  • Security and the Internet of stuff in your life
  • Leading by example: two stories
  • The evolving purpose of design
  • Full-stack developers
  • Four short links: 10 April 2014
  • Biohacking and the problem of bioterrorism
  • Piracy Report
    Wed Apr 16 19:11:04 2014 GMT
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  • 14.04.2014: Seven pirates in a white-blue coloured skiff armed with an RPG approached an oil tanker ...
  • 13.04.2014: Four pirates in a skiff approached a chemical tanker underway. Yemen), Off Somalia.
  • 05.04.2014: Two skiffs and a dhow approached a Ro-Ro cargo ship underway. Around 15nm East of Masira...
  • 12.04.2014: Duty Officer onboard an anchored bulk carrier saw some movement near the forecastle and ...
  • 05.04.2014: Five persons in a skiff approached a chemical tanker underway. Bab El Mandeb, Red Sea.
  • 09.04.2014: Nine robbers armed with knives in two wooden boats approached and boarded an anchored bu...
  • 23.02.2014: 20 robbers in six fishing boats approached and came alongside a laden barge under tow. S...
  • 20.03.2014: A speedboat with four person on board armed with guns approached and fired upon a drifti...
  • 04.04.2014: Robbers boarded an anchored tanker unnoticed and escaped with ship's properties. Aro...
  • 02.04.2014: Four robbers boarded an anchored tanker from the stern. Around 13nm NE of Bintan Island,...
  • Slashdot
    Thu Apr 17 13:45:58 2014 GMT
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  • SSD-HDD Price Gap Won't Go Away Anytime Soon
  • 5-Year Suspended Sentence For S. Africa's First Online Pirate
  • Switching From Sitting To Standing At Your Desk
  • Ask Slashdot: System Administrator Vs Change Advisory Board
  • The Squishy Future of Robotics
  • Bidding At FCC TV Spectrum Auction May Be Restricted For Large Carriers
  • Vintage 1960s Era Film Shows IRS Defending Its Use of Computers
  • FBI Drone Deployment Timeline
  • GoPro Project Claims Technology Is Making People Lose Empathy For Homeless
  • Industry-Wide Smartphone "Kill Switch" Closer To Reality
  • Code Quality: Open Source vs. Proprietary
  • Ask Slashdot: What Good Print Media Is Left?
  • Steam's Most Popular Games
  • 'Thermoelectrics' Could One Day Power Cars
  • Survey: 56 Percent of US Developers Expect To Become Millionaires
  • Nokia Had a Production-Ready Web Tablet 13 Years Ago
  • Kids Can Swipe a Screen But Can't Use LEGOs
  • Intel Pushes Into Tablet Market, Pushes Away From Microsoft
  • Wired News: Top Stories
    Thu Apr 17 13:48:33 2014 GMT
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  • New ‘Google’ for the Dark Web Makes Buying Dope and Guns Easy
  • It’s Time to Encrypt the Entire Internet
  • Catch Up on Orphan Black With This Handy Cheat Sheet
  • Epic Photos Expose Mankind’s Uneasy Relationship With Water
  • See How Cadbury Hatches 350 Million Goo-Filled Eggs a Year
  • Costs of Censorship Haunt ‘Chinese Twitter’ IPO
  • How Greed Almost Sabotaged the Smartphone Kill Switch
  • What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science
  • Angry Nerd: How Hollywood Can Get Its Evil Twins Right
  • Game Boy Advance Games Are Shockingly Good on Wii U
  • This Robotic Wi-Fi Telescope Is the Coolest App-cessory in the Galaxy
  • Tweak These Settings to Stop Facebook Videos From Auto-Playing
  • What’s Making This Strange Chirping Noise? A Frog That Can Survive Being Frozen Alive
  • How to Put a Mustang on Top of the Empire State Building
  • People Like Their Music Served Medium Funky
  • Captain America Made Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Better, But Still Not Great
  • Wolverine Assembles the X-Men in Final Days of Future Past Trailer
  • Neuroscientists Conduct the Most Frustrating Brain Scanning Study Ever
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