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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
    Thu Jul 24 10:47:20 2014 GMT
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  • Find dead symbolic links
  • Viewable terminal session over network.
  • View online pdf documents in cli
  • Simple multi-user encrypted chat server for 5 users
  • install all archive file type apps in ubuntu
  • Securely destroy data on given device hugely faster than /dev/urandom
  • Determine if photos have been rotated to portrait orientation instead of normal landscape orientation
  • Permanent mysql ssh tunnel to server
  • Displays the number of processes per state
  • Extract shortcuts and hostnames from .ssh/config
  • Simple colourized JSON formatting for BASH
  • Performance tip: compress /usr/
  • camelcase to underscore
  • search google on os x
  • View Owner, Group & Permissions.
  • Daily WTF
    Mon Jul 28 10:45:15 2014 GMT
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  • CodeSOD: A Team of One
  • Error'd: The Best Truck in the World!
  • CodeSOD: Doing a Split...the Hard Way
  • Limited Option
  • CodeSOD: An Odd Way to Find Even Number
  • The Great Bacon Conspiracy
  • Error'd: It's Cheaper to Buy the Train
  • Tales from the Interview: A Little of Everything
  • Coded Smorgasbord: A Priestly Epoch, Running off the Tract
  • Just Roll With It
  • Announcements: Survey Results & Site Redesign
  • CodeSOD: State of the UNION
  • Error'd: This Squirrel Error is Driving Me Nuts!
  • CodeSOD: Sound and Fury, Implementing Nothing
  • In the Belly of the Beast
  • DistroWatch
    Mon Jul 28 10:45:18 2014 GMT
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  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 569
  • Distribution Release: Salix 14.1 "Openbox"
  • Development Release: Scientific Linux 7.0 Beta 1
  • Distribution Release: Core OS 367.1.0
  • Distribution Release: Ubuntu 14.04.1
  • Development Release: Elive 2.3.4 (Beta)
  • Distribution Release: Oracle Linux 7.0
  • Distribution Release: Tails 1.1
  • Distribution Release: Kali Linux 1.0.8
  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 568
  • Firefox Extensions
    Mon Jul 28 19:51:06 2014 GMT
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  • Media Player for YouTube™ 0.2.9
  • Facebook Messenger 31.0
  • Usersnap 0.1.4
  • Session Exporter 0.7
  • Referrer Control 0.4.5
  • Screengrab (fix version) 0.97.26c
  • Save Images 1.0.3
  • S3. Menu Wizard 1.08
  • My Weekly Browsing Schedule 0.8.8
  • Fastest Notifier for Facebook™ 0.1.0
  • Atavi bookmarks 1.0.6
  • Gallery Plus 1.2
  • Arhn.eu Rozszerzenie RSS 2.0
  • IglesiasStats 1.1.28
  • Priv3+ 0.17
  • Missing Link Context Menus 0.1
  • Colorify Firefox 2.6.1
  • Shifty Spritz 2.6
  • freshmeat.net
    Wed Jun 18 13:44:50 2014 GMT
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  • lftp 4.5.2
  • any-dl 0.9.12
  • QuartzDesk 1.5.1
  • wro4j 1.7.6
  • PHP OAuth API 2014.06.19
  • LPAR2RRD 4.05
  • GLPI 0.85-RC1
  • ObjectiveSync 0.1.2
  • PDF Split and Merge 2.2.3
  • QueueMetrics 14.06
  • DBeauty 2.1.2
  • Performance Co-Pilot 3.9.5
  • DBeaver 2.4.2
  • Possum 0.5.1
  • xterm Patch #307
  • EFL pre 3.6.0
  • OpenSimulator 0.8
  • gsecraif Alpha-02
  • 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
    Mon Jul 28 19:50:27 2014 GMT
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  • The Tree of 40 Fruit
  • Cloning Tektronix Application Modules
  • A Better Google Glass For $60 (This One Folds)
  • The Smart Humidor
  • DIY Keyboard Backlighting Takes Forever, Worth It
  • The RC White House Robot
  • Hackaday Links: July 27, 2014
  • 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
    Thu Jul 10 13:46:03 2014 GMT
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  • Islamic Sects, Schools, Branches & Movements
  • Antibiotic Resistance
  • $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…
  • 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 May 20 13:47:42 2014 GMT
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  • Star Wars Rebel Pilot Hoodie with Visor
  • Doctor Doom Deluxe Style Hoodie with Chain
  • LED Message Board Makes It Easy to Leave Messages for Coworkers
  • Bug-A-Salt Gun Kills Bugs and Keeps Forces of Darkness Away
  • Super Mario Bros. Theme Played on Wine Glasses and Frying Pan
  • 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?
  • MathWorld
    Mon Jul 28 16:19:02 2014 GMT
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  • Navier-Stokes Equations
  • O'Reilly Radar
    Mon Jul 28 10:46:21 2014 GMT
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  • Four short links: 28 July 2014
  • Graph tools forge path to new solutions
  • Four short links: 25 July 2014
  • New scalable solutions for data analysis with R
  • Signals from OSCON 2014
  • In search of a model for modeling intelligence
  • Four short links: 24 July 2014
  • Podcast: Design for how the world should work
  • OpenStack creates a structure for managing change without a benevolent dictator
  • Reddish-Greenish-Refactor
  • How to build and run your first deep learning network
  • Jeremy Rifkin unveils a return to the local in an interconnected future
  • Materials that make up our world
  • Four short links: 23 July 2014
  • Online communities could benefit from the power of offline meetings
  • Piracy Report
    Mon Jul 28 13:11:03 2014 GMT
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  • 25.07.2014: Ten robbers armed with guns and knives boarded an anchored product tanker. Around 2nm So...
  • 24.07.2014: Three robbers boarded an anchored tanker. Chittagong Anchorage, Bangladesh.
  • 25.07.2014: Four robbers in a speed boat approached and came alongside an anchored product tanker. B...
  • 25.07.2014: Three armed robbers in a wooden boat approached and boarded an anchored bulk carrier. Mu...
  • SUSPICIOUS CRAFT: While at anchor, crew on board and anchored general cargo vessel observed a suspic...
  • SUSPICIOUS CRAFT: A tanker underway in a narrow part of the Bab el Mandab observed a suspicious look...
  • 19.07.2014: Four robbers in a fishing boat approached and boarded an anchored tanker via the anchor ...
  • 10.06.2014: 15 pirates in two speed boats approached and boarded a tug towing a barge loaded with co...
  • 13.07.2014: Pirates boarded a product tanker underway unnoticed. Around 24nm South of Pulau Aur, Mal...
  • 15.07.2014: A product tanker enroute from Singapore to Sandakan, Malaysia was boarded and hijacked. ...
  • Slashdot
    Mon Jul 28 19:51:52 2014 GMT
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  • Ask Slashdot: Preparing an Android Tablet For Resale?
  • Lots Of People Really Want Slideout-Keyboard Phones: Where Are They?
  • US States Edge Toward Cryptocoin Regulation
  • Internet Census 2012 Data Examined: Authentic, But Chaotic and Unethical
  • Oracle Offers Custom Intel Chips and Unanticipated Costs
  • Attackers Install DDoS Bots On Amazon Cloud
  • Google's Mapping Contest Draws Ire From Indian Government
  • Stanford Team Creates Stable Lithium Anode Using Honeycomb Film
  • Build Your Own Gatling Rubber Band Machine Gun
  • World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft Goes Into Production In China
  • The Oculus Rift DK2: In-Depth Review (and Comparison To DK1)
  • Suddenly Visible: Illicit Drugs As Part of Silicon Valley Culture
  • Microsoft's Nokia Plans Come Into Better Focus
  • How Bird Flocks Resemble Liquid Helium
  • Popular Android Apps Full of Bugs: Researchers Blame Recycling of Code
  • Newly Discovered Virus Widespread in Human Gut
  • Off the Florida Coast, Astronauts Train For Asteroid Mission
  • Valencia Linux School Distro Saves 36 Million Euro
  • Wired News: Top Stories
    Mon Jul 28 13:52:37 2014 GMT
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  • Bizarre Three-Wheeled Roadster Combines Tech, Power, and Insanity
  • New Head of Prestigious Physics Institute Describes Her Hunt for Dark Matter
  • This Ultra-Foldable Commuter Bike Is Also Ultra-Spendy
  • The Most Intriguing Actors, Writers, and Directors at Comic-Con This Year
  • $7 Portal Mod Has Fans Riled Up
  • Stunningly Lifelike Birds Made Entirely From Paper
  • Out in the Open: Sandstorm Makes It Easy to Control Your Apps in the Cloud
  • The Iconic WWI Vehicle That Paved the Way for Modern Cars
  • This Is What Tech’s Ugly Gender Problem Really Looks Like
  • Doesn’t Play Nice
  • When Robots Come for Our Jobs, Will We Be Ready to Outsmart Them?
  • In Photos: The Most Ridiculous Laws in America
  • A Slick New Bike With Buzzing Handlebars That Give You Directions
  • Comic-Con: Wrapping Up Our Live Coverage of the Greatest Show on Earth
  • Resistant “Nightmare Bacteria” Increase Five-Fold in Southeastern U.S.
  • The Hard-Core Fanatics Who Make Comic-Con So Great
  • Game|Life Podcast: Guardians of the Galaxy Blasts Into Disney Infinity
  • Art of Science Competition Reveals the Hidden Beauty of the Microcosm
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