This festive seasonal carol comes to us from the fertile brain of John. A. Ninpo on Facebook, and perfectly expresses the experience of social media activism in 2016 which can, by the way, eat a bowl of dicks. Bring on… Read More ›
if you know what we mean. Today’s Crypto-Affirmations or rather their Debbie Downer equivalent, come to us from our old friend, Professor Gabriella Coleman of McGill University in Montreal. This one has just the right mix of adorable and soul-chilling,… Read More ›
15k retweets. Not bad for a guy with 500 followers. bowie leaves us and then a 9th planet appears, i don't need to read your science article — Stephen Bell (@atstephenbell) January 20, 2016
So…mark your calendars, kittens! Only about 24 mass shootings until Christmas, everyone. #HappyHolidays https://t.co/mw0QOMl0dC — skullsinthestars (@drskyskull) December 2, 2015 Yet another active shooter situation in the US. Getting hard to keep track. Here's year to date. pic.twitter.com/4fYcWjoas8 — ian… Read More ›
There IS, unfortunately, a fair bit of proof he’s right… Revealing war crimes is more dangerous than comitting war crimes. #Manning #Assange #Wikileaks — trutherbotgreen (@trutherbotgreen) November 10, 2015
Hope you’re taking the day off, kittens, whether the boss said it was okay or not. See you Tuesday!
This pretty much says it all, eh kittens? "There is no such thing as perfect security, only varying levels of insecurity." –Salman Rushdie — wily (@0x1C) August 17, 2015
We are big fans of single-serving social media accounts at Cryptosphere Global HQ. Who doesn’t love Taylor Swift on Security? Or Fashion Zizek? Or, come to think of it, Zizek Ebooks, although who can tell it from the original? We… Read More ›
https://twitter.com/GradElitism/status/617339394739957760 Edited to add: @_Cryptosphere @GradElitism Plagiarized tweet: https://t.co/2Ke8452LAV — Grad School Elitist* (@GradElitist) July 28, 2015 Thanks for the tip, @GradElitist That is all.
Indisputable. Now that it’s no longer supported, Google Glass is about to become within the reach of those who couldn’t afford it previously…ah, the lifecycle of obsolescent technologies as class indicator…
Epistemology, Podcasts, and the Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your House: Welcome to Night Vale
Welcome, kittens. Welcome to Night Vale. Things may seem a little strange here, but if you get confused or frightened, don’t worry; you can always flag down one of the passing blue helicopters of the Sheriff’s Secret Police and ask… Read More ›
Brace yourself. This is weird, even for The Cryptosphere: legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog has released a book called Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed: Conversations with Paul Cronin, and on the back cover he has outlined 24 points that… Read More ›
Reality hacking via Mary Balogh on Facebook