#Python programming Humble Bumble time!
Things we didn't do:
- Start the fire
- Shoot the deputy
- Steal the cookies from the cookie jar
Things we did:
- Tried to fight it
- Shot the sheriff
- Put the sham in the shama-lama-ding-dong
Things we will do:
- Rock you
- Walk 500 miles
- Walk 500 more
Things we won't do:
- Get fooled again
- Back down
Things we will never do:
- Give you up
- Let you down
- Run around
- Desert you
- I did it again)
Governments shouldn't be hosting in the public cloud:
⛔️ No control over access to your data
💽 Don’t know where your data is
💥 A single points of failure
🔕 You won’t know if you got hacked
🔪 No control over changes and features
So you demand upload filters? I'll happily comply and will write one for my-own-little-startup.
But you know, to be able to filter out copyrighted material accurately, I now need access to the entire catalog of every single piece of copyrighted material in existence.
Can't wait! No floppies per snail-mail, please!
When I was in middle/primary school, we were often told about how the factories and consumption are polluting the environment, and wondered "why are you telling us all of this? what can we, kids, do about it anyways? isn't it better to reach the factories' owners and tell all this to them?". One thing we did not understand then is that the teachers and those, whose views they represented, did approach the owners and politicians, and we were their last resort…
It was in the late 90's, by the way…
Damned f***ing old #Samsung Wireless Printer. HOLY CRAP, every time I need to setup the connection from scratch WTF.
RT @MicroSFF: ** Stort story: Right not to hear - http://microsff.com/right-not-to-hear **
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Fun #infosec mystery unfolding on /r/sysadmin: https://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/9xveq5/rogue_raspberrypi_found_in_network_closet_need/
Reading about so many security-related events and wondering how people have time to attend all of them. @email@example.com has an explanation:
Remember kids: if that "security researcher" is at every con and community event, there's no time left for research. They are a "security entertainer" masquerading as a "researcher".
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