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[#] Mon Feb 10 2020 11:40:54 EST from Falco

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this is a test



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[#] Mon Feb 10 2020 20:19:02 EST from ax25

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I like freshfoss.  Not as many projects but still has that freshmeat feel:

https://freshfoss.com/



[#] Mon Mar 16 2020 20:09:21 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Sourceforge is a dead zone these days. It's all about github and
gitlab

Hmm. I always assumed that github and gitlab were just places to have a git repo if you were too lazy to host it yourself.

Is there a social/publicity element to it too?

[#] Sun Jun 21 2020 19:45:41 EDT from zooer

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Give AWAY of the day....
http://links.giveawayoftheday.com/uncensored.citadel.org

Uncensored mentioned in a book about MST3K
Rich Kulawiec, MST3K.FAQ Uncensored!  Nov 12, 1993  Accessed 4/26/10 
http://uncensored.citadel.org/omoeba-readfile.php?filename=MST3K.FAQ   (not found)

from:  https://bit.ly/2BrrsTS

 



[#] Mon Jun 22 2020 01:24:25 EDT from ax25

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Covid 19 truth in advertising.  Warning: more than a little explicit language used

Wiener’s Circle | We’re Here For You


https://youtu.be/qRLB0eFmmw4



[#] Mon Jun 22 2020 07:40:31 EDT from LoanShark

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Hmm. I always assumed that github and gitlab were just places to have

a git repo if you were too lazy to host it yourself.

Gitlab's product is available 3 different ways:
(1) hosted as an ASP on gitlab.com
(2) Community Edition open-source, install it where you want
(3) Enterprise Edition install-your own, with in-demand additional features like mandatory code-review approval.

It is a really nice product, any way you slice it.

[#] Mon Jun 22 2020 07:41:11 EDT from LoanShark

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Is there a social/publicity element to it too?

Yes, these products are far more than just code repositories. They include issue tracking, code review, analytics, the list goes on.

[#] Wed Jun 24 2020 12:00:29 EDT from darknetuser

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2020-06-21 19:45 from zooer
Give AWAY of the day....
http://links.giveawayoftheday.com/uncensored.citadel.org

Uncensored mentioned in a book about MST3K
Rich Kulawiec, MST3K.FAQ Uncensored!  Nov 12, 1993  Accessed
4/26/10 
http://uncensored.citadel.org/omoeba-readfile.php?filename=MST3K.FAQ 

 (not found)

from:  https://bit.ly/2BrrsTS

 


Speaking of which, Citadel is mentioned in ADMIN Magazine #57 as an integrated solution for hobbyists and administrators that need something cool but fast to set up:

https://www.admin-magazine.com/Archive/2020/57

The website is acting funky, though. I suspect they are having temporary problems.

[#] Wed Jul 15 2020 13:52:16 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Give AWAY of the day....
http://links.giveawayoftheday.com/uncensored.citadel.org

Heh. "Their most used social media is StumbleUpon with about 88% of all user votes and reposts."

I wonder how they arrived at that conclusion.

[#] Thu Jul 30 2020 19:44:12 EDT from zooer

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Looks like fun, here in the states it would look like lawsuits.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Teufelsrad



[#] Fri Jul 31 2020 13:00:31 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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Leave it to Germans to come up with a game that basically amounts to, "we'll probably see your panties..." 




[#] Fri Aug 21 2020 09:50:17 EDT from zooer

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The best damn drumming today.....  (and only 11 seconds)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdnlptVP2B8



[#] Fri Sep 18 2020 06:27:19 EDT from zooer

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Apparently a video I posted six years ago has been appearing in people's recommended list on youtube. 

A video of a deer being hit by a car.  I used my cell phone's camera as a dash cam and happened to catch it.  Why this is popular now I am not sure.

 



[#] Fri Sep 18 2020 18:01:11 EDT from darknetuser

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2020-09-18 06:27 from zooer
Apparently a video I posted six years ago has been appearing in
people's recommended list on youtube. 

A video of a deer being hit by a car.  I used my cell phone's camera
as a dash cam and happened to catch it.  Why this is popular now I
am not sure.

 


That's awful. Poor deer.

[#] Fri Sep 25 2020 18:06:49 EDT from zooer

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Either you get it or you don't.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M19ym7c8Td4

 



[#] Sun Oct 18 2020 21:56:03 EDT from zooer

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So you like train videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V39JFjexSUk

 



[#] Sun Oct 25 2020 06:42:16 EDT from zooer

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This video shows a train hitting a truck.  What you might like about it is that at 1:18 it shows the inside of the motor box for the gate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUwwRLxt4BE



[#] Sun Jan 10 2021 23:10:37 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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"The Cloud" made all this possible.  Someone discovered that the way to make home automation work for uneducated consumers was to make the device a terminal rather than a true home server.  Ubiquitous high speed Internet made that possible.

 

The abuse of the resulting power was inevitable.

 

A fully autonomous home assistant is possible, but it would have to be sold at its actual cost.  Alexa and her sisters are sold at minimal to no profit because they are subsidized by the products and services tied in at the back end.

 

Uncoicidentally, this is why "smart" TVs are everywhere, and they don't cost much.  They are massively subsidized by deals between the manufacturer and people who want access to the end user.



[#] Sun Jan 10 2021 23:33:55 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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So, what is in the box? Is that some sort of recognizable IoT thing?

I know that at one DefCon, they discussed how easy it is to hack Crossing Light systems of a particular sort - that are widely deployed in Phoenix.



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 18:21:09 EST from Nurb432

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That would be my assumption. Basically a cloud terminal. No real brains on board. 

Sun Jan 10 2021 23:33:55 EST from ParanoidDelusions

So, what is in the box? Is that some sort of recognizable IoT thing?

I know that at one DefCon, they discussed how easy it is to hack Crossing Light systems of a particular sort - that are widely deployed in Phoenix.



 



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