Looking for IR Tabletop tips:

What frustrates players that should be avoided?

What sorts of twists and turns work well to throw in challenges and keep things interesting without going into the realm of the implausible?

I'm a novice. I picked up a 3B+ earlier this year, set up a PiHole, etc., but was a little disappointed by its performance for day-to-day web browsing and other general computing stuff (esp. anytime video was involved). Is the 4 as big a jump in performance as it seems?

This is fascinating.

"Decentralized certificate authority and naming. An experimental peer-to-peer root ."


This is a staggering number. To put it in perspective, a $5B fine would be {checks notes} *more than twice* the maximum fine under .

Facebook Expects to Be Fined Up to $5 Billion by F.T.C. Over Privacy Issues: nytimes.com/2019/04/24/technol

#2128 "New Robot" 

#2122 "Size Venn Diagram" 

Adi Shamir, the S in RSA, could not obtain a tourist visa to enter the US in order to attend the conference he helped found. He appeared by video, saying, "perhaps it’s time we rethink how and where we organize our major scientific conferences."

From birdsite twitter.com/wmaxeddy/status/11

do 👏 not 👏 expose 👏 rdp 👏 to 👏 the 👏 internet 👏. Use 👏 a 👏vpn 👏 or 👏 ACL 👏 you 👏 coward/potato.

That tack has definitely changed, and I think this conversation was very different. Kim was saying that the 2FA process does more harm than good when people aren't ready for it. And I completely agree with that. She clearly understands that there is no magic bullet, even when she has a phenomenally successful tool on her hands.

Just 24hrs with Pi-hole protecting my home network. That's a lot of DNS activity.

Not strictly related, but this is a very big deal. The main hurdle facing the plaintiffs' bar on these suits was this standing/injury issue. If your company has been playing fast and loose with data...you may want to get on top of that. capitolfax.com/2019/01/25/supr

I don't know whether this would work for smaller sites. I don't think the revenue increase is necessarily related.

But it shows that yeah, all that invasive tracking and reliance on complicated networks of third-party javascript? It was all for nothing.

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