Saturday, June 25, 2011

What now?

So... what now ?

Friday, June 24, 2011


"'Not for public distribution' should be illegal in a free democratic society."
- tantaliz3 on Slashdot

In God We Trust

"In God we trust, all others we monitor"
Oh dear.

Essex geek Ryan Cleary 'is Sony hacker’ | The Sun |News

Essex geek Ryan Cleary 'is Sony hacker’ | The Sun |News: "scapegoat"

Aha, scapegoat. That is the word I couldn't recall.

Oh well. Not like I'm a threat or have money.. fucking urcbpd!

YouTube - Message from Anonymous: Operation AntiSec

YouTube - Message from Anonymous: Operation AntiSec


hmm.. what Would The Doctor Do?

30 ridiculously dumb tech warning labels | ITworld

And to add my own:
Optional thinking required.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Artificial Neural Net Attractors

Artificial Neural Net Attractors

Neural Nets coded in BASIC !

Wow, cool. A blast from the past. Even has the old line " download with Netscape...".

Netscape? What's that? :P (j/k, I know what it was!)

Craigslist, lulzsec, and infraguard

So.. just purely curious here: what are You looking for?

More information about lulzsec, lolsex, graigclist, the fbi, infraguard? Ask yourself, do you really want to know?

Ignorance can be bliss...

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Friday, June 17, 2011

YouTube removes Rebecca Black's 'Friday' video -

YouTube removes Rebecca Black's 'Friday' video -

Surely, she and her lawyer signed a contract stating who owns what..

I hope so.. and don't call me Shirley.

(reminds me of Walmart claiming to own photos you pay them to take of yourself.. kinda like a plumber claiming to own your sink because he worked on it.)

Power to you, Rebecca.

Are you a hacker? You better stick with mischief.

People: please stop using the word "cyber"...

And please learn to use the word "hacker" correctly..

Comments on the New Doctor Who?

Wow, the number of page views on any of my Doctor Who posts skyrockets for a week.
Who knew such an awesome show could generate so many hits?

Give me your opinion of the new Doctor.

According to the adsense policies I'm not allowed to ask any of you to click on the ads. These ads that we've all become accustomed to ignoring are how some of us would like to generate income.

And here's a link to the part one on Doctor Who Season Six:

Pentagon scare suspect found with "terror phrases"

Oh my fucking gosh. "Pentagon scare suspect found with terror phrases".

Seriously? Terror phrases? Oh noes...

Problems with this news article. The whole thing is written like it's from Fox News. (I think they should change their name to "Faux News" or "pseudonews".)

  1. " enforcement source..." - Who? Cite your source, or it's invalid.
  2. "...of a suspicious car..." - How was the car suspicious?
  3. "...was carrying a notebook that contained the phrases, 'al Qaeda', 'Taliban rules', and 'Mujahid defeated croatian forces.'..." - Oh dear.. a notebook? With words? What is this world coming to?! Arghhh *insert wilhelm scream*!!
  4. "...Despite the references to the terror organization..." - Reporters, cops, students, etc. write down references to these organizations all the time too. Does that make them suspicious? And 'despite'.. what the hell does that mean? Bias author. Bias. Learn how to write in a neutral tone.
  5. "...references to the terror organization that organized the 9/11 attacks..." - What does 9/11 have to do with this guy? Irrelevant. Do not include irrelevant trivia in proper news articles.
  6. "...the source said the man is not thought to have been involved in a terrorist act or plot..." - Then why is he a suspect? Don't you need a crime before you can have a suspect?
  7. "...the man's backpack also contained 20 spent 9 mm shell casings..." - Oh dear. Spent casings.. good thing they can't be used in a shooting crime now. Good thing us lowly citizens are not allowed to defend ourselves. Or even practice with the weapons. You know 'practice', so we shoot only the bad guys stealing our women (and not other fellow citizens).
  8. "... and three cans of black spray paint..." - Black spray paint? Oh no! What is this world coming to?! Arghhhhh *insert another wilhelm scream* Wait, only 3 cans? Newbie. :P
  9. "... a non-explosive material was also found..." - Non-explosive? Then why mention the word explosive? Oh yah.. for the shock/terror effect. I too, btw, also found some non-explosive material in my backpack. That reminds me, I need to wash my blankie.
  10. "...A law enforcement official speaking on the condition of anonymity..." - Yah, good ol' reliable anonymous source. These anonymous sources always work so well to support unsubstantiated and biased information.
  11. "...officials found what appeared to be an unknown quantity of ammonium nitrate..." - What officials? "Appears to be".. don't they have any chemical analysts on staff? "Unknown quantity"? Sigh. Morons. Always talking crap about crap they don't know crap about. Don't release guesses in a news article!
  12. "...The official, who was not authorized to release the information..." - Speaks for itself.
  13. "...nothing else was found that would have enabled an explosion..." - What, not even any beans? What is the author's obsession with there being an explosion at the Pentagon? It's like he wants it to happen...
  14. "...Ammonium nitrate is a chemical compound that is widely used in fertilizers..." - Actually, it is NOT widely used. AFAIK, around 5% of all fertilizers sold. Again, irrelevant bias.
  15. "...and can be used in explosives with the correct concentration..." - Um, so can sugar. And flour. <badlogic>Arrest all the bakers!</badlogic>
  16. "...The man...was being held by the U.S. Park Police. No charges have been filed against him." - Then why is he being held?! What the hell.
  17. "...The man was detained after the U.S. Park Police came across him in early Friday morning in Arlington National Cemetery..." - Got it. Don't be in a cemetery on Friday mornings.
  18. "...The Park Police then launched a search for the man's vehicle, which was found near the Pentagon..." - What prompted a search for his vehicle? Are they confusing cause and effect?
  19. "...The 2011 red Nissan..." - Aha, now we are getting somewhere. A teenager has an expensive new vehicle.. surely trouble follows, eh?
  20. "... including the use of a water cannon..." - Bet they showed him! Asshats probably destroyed his brand new car.
  21. " suspicious items were found in the vehicle..." - Well, of course not. They were blown out by the water cannon!
  22. "...suspected of planting suspicious devices..." - What? What devices? Is this anything like the 'college student brings fake bomb to airport' scandal? You know, the piece of art that was not anything like a bomb. Nor declared or nor described as a bomb?
  23. "...In another incident earlier this week, a motorist found with a gun and what appeared to be a suspicious package near the Pentagon was taken into custody..." - Irrelevant, people!!

There you have it. My very unprofessionally written comments on how much these types of news articles suck.
They are loaded with misinformation, which I swear is done on purpose to delude any gullible masses into thinking that these 'officials' are keeping the country safe from terrorists.

Nothing to see here. Move along.