Here's a lovely local bit of steampunk tech come to save the day, from 1852:
"Because of the 911 outages, a resident ran outside and pulled the fire box on the sidewalk.
“I give credit to the resident for knowing to pull that box,” Firefighter Marc Sanders said.
The box system dates back to 1852. Sanders says the boxes are independent from any utility company and run off a low voltage battery system."
Hi Mastodon I was laid off suddenly last month and I'm on the job hunt.
I am an experienced game developer in the Seattle area. I do game engineering and design, and I have skills in a bunch of areas including programming, visual design, illustration, and others.
My portfolio of work can be found here: http://www.unicodeunicorn.com/
If you're hiring please get in touch, if you'd like to help please boost. Thanks
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So my friend @da_667 has published the book he's been working on for the past year-ish.
If you're looking to set up a malware analysis lab or any kind of similar situation, this is an excellent resource that will show you exactly what to do.
"#BearSSL will be maintained, and will always be opensource. All patch suggestions are examined and rewritten (by me)." -- The dude behind BearSSL
I'm not sure I want a single dude to have to rewrite all submitted patches. That's one huge bottleneck.