The misguided, anti-privacy bill — defeated last year by a huge public outcry — has been reintroduced in Congress.
The new version of the bill would allow private companies to share our personal data with the government, other companies, and private agencies like the MPAA. Click here to join me in standing up to this assault on internet privacy.
They don’t need a warrant, and companies who share your information are given immunity from all pre-existing privacy laws!
No wonder companies like AT&T and Verizon have already signed on in support.
Supporters of CISPA — like its sponsor Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger — have said they can’t see any reason why businesses needed to hide your personal data from the government.
They don’t get it.
I choose to do a GLitch Art project because as a photographer and hacker I wanted to bend the rules of how to edit pictures. I wanted to edit a photograph that was clean with a subject and a plan background and turn it into a complete shit image with no real subject. I used Audacity (a audio editing tool) to edit the image code. This technique is also as data bending. I then imported the photograph into a Hex editor and bent the image a little more. Giving me this image.
I like how you described how it was developed.
Razer Naga Phone Update
Check out this video from one of our favorite gaming peripheral manufacturers, Razer! Any lucky owner of the Razer Naga now has the ability to turn their mouse into a phone with one simple update, allowing them to never have to get up in the middle of a game due to some pesky phone call.
Self-portraits of Mann with “Digital Eye Glass” (wearable computer and Augmediated Reality systems) from 1980s to 2000s
Well-deserved press for Brichter, who is the best at what he does, which was apparent the minute most of us saw Tweetie for the first time.
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Quantum Refrigerator Offers Extreme Cooling, Convenience
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a solid-state refrigerator that uses quantum physics in micro- and nanostructures to cool a much larger object to extremely low temperatures.
What’s more, the prototype NIST refrigerator, which measures a few inches in outer dimensions, enables researchers to place any suitable object in the cooling zone and later remove and replace it, similar to an all-purpose kitchen refrigerator. The cooling power is the equivalent of a window-mounted air conditioner cooling a building the size of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/03/quantum-refrigerator-offers-extreme-cooling-convenience
Following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, an OWS offshoot called Occupy Sandy quickly made headlines through its rapid response relief efforts, often beating out official relief agencies, like FEMA. Organizers Leah Feder and Devin Balkind discuss how open-source technology can help organize communities, solve problems collectively, and build democratic movements. Read more.