“True stories from the dark side of the Internet
This is a podcast about hackers, breaches, shadow government activity, hacktivism, cybercrime, and all the things that dwell on the hidden parts of the network.”–Darknet Diaries
“Have I peaked?”Peaked
I came for the sweet voice. I played it a dozen times for the sweet dance moves.
“I make viral art, companies, and delightfully weird events.”—DanielleBaskin.com
My kind of weird. I think my favorite is the stained glass airplane window decal, but there are a number of interesting ideas on her site.
“Increasingly powerful surveillance tools have shifted the power dynamics between people and institutions. To address this new dynamic, we’ve been creating a toolkit, in collaboration with the ACLU of Washington, that demystifies surveillance technologies in Seattle in the historical context of structural inequities in the United States.”https://coveillance.org/
“Digesting the syntax and logic of how a-Olafur Palsson, “Easiest Guide to .bashrc” itnext.io. February 7, 2021.
bashprogram is structured has always been an issue. I hope this will make people’s lives a bit easier and make bash a bit more straight forward.”
“Why a rotary cellphone? Because in a finicky, annoying, touchscreen world of hyperconnected people using phones they have no control over or understanding of, I wanted something that would be entirely mine, personal, and absolutely tactile, while also giving me an excuse for not texting.
The point isn’t to be anachronistic. It’s to show that it’s possible to have a perfectly usable phone that goes as far from having a touchscreen as I can imagine, and which in some ways may actually be more functional.”-Justine Haupt, “Rotary Cellphone.” justine-haupt.com. February 10, 2020.
The kit is now available for pre-order.
Empathy is feeling with people.
- Perspective taking
- Staying out of judgment
- Recognizing emotion in other people
A response doesn’t make something better but a connection can.
“We build desirable, open source, privacy-enabled smartphone operating systems.–https://e.foundation/
e Foundation is a recent fork of LineageOS. It looks like it supports older devices, such as the t0lte device (aka Samsung Note 2) that I had to upgrade from when LineageOS stopped supporting when they rolled out Android 9, Pie. So, of course, I’ll be trying it in the next few months.