T to the GIF, kittens! Another week (wifi-less, no less) done at Cryptosphere Global HQ, currently located in a hive of feminist subversion and mayhem, a mere otter’s toss from the Pacific on beauteous and internet-deprived Vancouver Island. Come Monday… Read More ›
Month: November 2014
In the Visigothian swathe of destruction the FBI wrought throughout the Darkweb with last week’s takedowns of 400 URLs (27 actual websites), one casualty may have been overlooked. Because it was not on the Darkweb at all. Cyberguerrilla.org is a… Read More ›
The FAA, as always, is over-ambitious. It’ll take a lot longer than that for drone laws to be enacted and effective.
No surprise here. You’d want to know where you were going, and as far as I’m aware the blueprints are not online. But beheading? Not an easy business. Any blade big enough to do a proper decapitation cannot be concealed,… Read More ›
It’s Thursday, kittens! All! Damn! Day! So you’d better start getting used to it. Pour yourself a Venti instead of a Grande and strap in for the next few hours of existential torture. Hmmmm. Maybe I had better switch to… Read More ›
Future’s Past: How the Theban Mapping Project’s Effort to Document Ancient Egypt Has Also Documented the Contemporary History of Technological Innovation
The dominant picture of an archaeologist is that of a khaki-clad explorer, probably “intrepid,” outlined in the setting sun of an exotic local, patiently brushing the dust away from a pot partially embedded in a grid of stakes and strings, occasionally… Read More ›
Happy Wednesday, kittens! Did you remember, remember, to take the time yesterday to remember what has been lost and what has been gained in battles throughout history, geography, religion and the Internet? Those who do not understand the past are… Read More ›
Internet is a right, not a privilege. In a world where cash is equated with free speech, a rare sane ruling from the White House.
Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
No Pipelines graffiti in East Vancouver. by indyvan, Vancouver Media Coop, Nov 9, 2014 On June 3rd, 2014, Vancouver Police staged a “guns-drawn” raid against a house of known indigenous and anarchist opponents to the…
Happy Monday, kittens! Before you go on to our daily link roundup, be sure and check out our exclusive interview with “The Forgotten Anon” Jon Cowden; it’s illuminating on the roadblocks that even the most prepared hacktivist faces after prison…. Read More ›
Jon Cowden is the most famous Anonymous member of which nobody has heard. #RetiredAnonymous Gave my freedom to help others obtain theirs. #ITWASWORTHIT #OpFreePalestine #OpSlayDay #OperationIranAide Not in Khaki Jumpsuits anymore He was sentenced in March of last year… Read More ›