Now THAT is a face that I would wear on a t-shirt! It’s from a great Sandro Miller series of portraits of actor and icon John Malkovich in costume as various famous portrait subjects. No Queen Elizabeth, but there is… Read More ›
Month: September 2014
Good morning, kittens! Still recovering from our 34 link dump from yesterday? Well, there there, today we’ll go a little easier on you. And besides, looks like most hackers (or at least most hacker reporters) took most of Tuesday off…. Read More ›
Originally posted on LibertasIntel:
WARNING: Graphic content. Wal-Mart surveillance video of John Crawford III before he was shot by Beavercreek police Aug. 5. This video has been edited for time.
Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA:
SEP 23, 2014 Twenty years ago, in direct protest against the then-recently signed North American Free Trade Agreement, a makeshift uprising of Mayan farmers seized a collection of cities and towns in Chiapas, in…
Welcome to our late afternoon double-stacked linkdump. The Cryptosphere has finally moved into the new offices, shared with an unnamed community radio station, and they are swank indeed. I could podcast to my heart’s content with this setup, if it weren’t heavy… Read More ›
And now, as they say, for something completely different. Quebec entertainment billion-dollar behemoth Cirque du Soleil has broken out of the three ring ghetto with Sparked, a five minute performance video depicting an old-timey lamp maker and his enchanted lampshades. We’re… Read More ›
Remember, the government hackers were tested in games against civilian hackers and they went down in flames. So if they can find one vulnerability, assume there are ten they haven’t discovered, and that someone, somewhere, is exploiting it.
Bin Laden’s son-in-law sentenced to life in prison, tells judge he will pay price for trying to ‘bury him alive’
Stanley Cohen loses one, but the ruling was a foregone conclusion, really.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
PayPal is dipping its toes slowly into the world of bitcoin. The company announced Tuesday that it will start accepting bitcoin through its payments hub, but only for digital goods like ebooks, music or video games.…
The FOIA Request that Cost Agency Employee Jeffrey Scudder His Job Finally Results in CIA Posting Trove of Studies in Intelligence Articles
Originally posted on UNREDACTED:
Jeffrey Scudder shares his story about how his career unraveled. (Theresa Poulson/The Washington Post) In response to a hard-fought FOIA lawsuit brought by former agency employee and IT specialist, Jeffrey Scudder, the CIA has posted a collection…
‘Maybe we missed something’: Warren Commission insider publicly concedes that JFK assasination was likely a conspiracy
D’ja think??? Better late than never, I suppose.
Welcome back to the work week, kittens! The Cryptosphere is in recovery from the Cryptoflu, undoubtably a bioengineered virus deployed by a jealous competing website. At least, that’s what my PR tells me to say if the New York Times… Read More ›