Deepdream darkness via Google Deepdream Labs
Wakey, wakey kittens! Don’t want to be caught dreaming when the new day dawns. Also, THAT is what dreams are made of, according to Google. You wanna sleep with THAT?
Didn’t think so.
Caffeinate thyself appropriately and prepare for the day ahead with these meaty news links, part of your nutritious breakfast.
The latest on Lauri Love: Hactivists aren’t terrorists – but US prosecutors make little distinction (TheConversation)
The Army Needs Anthropologists: With the quiet death of the military’s controversial Human Terrain System, America’s soldiers have lost a guiding light that is needed now more than ever. (FP)
By “binding,” we didn’t mean, you know, “on us.” White House response to the petition to pardon Edward Snowden (WhiteHouse)
Notorious Israeli spy against US granted parole after 30 years (CNN)
Police smash alleged Perth paedophile ring as eight charged with 503 offences against 13-year-old girl (ABCAus)
The literal definition of trolling the right wing: Getting them all to fight each other over 4chan (Breitbart)
The biggest Clinton election story is still the email scandal, even if reporters can’t get it right (NYT)
The Unusually Accurate Portrait of Hacking on USA’s Mr. Robot (Vulture) Also, new Mr. Robot drinking game: Take a shot every time Elliot blinks. Five episodes in and still stone cold sober.
Chrome extension thwarts user profiling based on typing behavior (HelpNet) brb, installing…
Malware on Linux – When Penguins Attack (NakedSecurity)
Argentine Government Encouraging 11 Year-Olds To Take A Slingshot To Paul Singer’s Face (Dealbreaker)
Texas Newscaster Confronts Woman Who Stole His Credit Card on Camera (Gawker)
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