@halcy
@Truck
How long has it been around and how available are they?

I'm sure there are coders out there who would be interested in working on that type of project but they'd need access to the suits or ample footage of it in use.

If you've got one, you should definitely start to put together some open source example footage of it.

"Internet freedom is in decline around the world, and being part of a force for good that allows people to have private access to the open Web is hugely important to me. Millions of people around the world rely on Tor Browser and onion services for private and secure communication in their day-to-day lives." - Steph, communications director of the Tor Project internethealthreport.org/2019/

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The latest XKCD really hits on the reason I dislike the shift towards extreme dependency usage.

xkcd.com/2140/

RT @reckless@twitter.com

Podcast wars! NYT and Spotify prohibiting Luminary from using the open RSS feeds for The Daily and Reply All is...something else. Big @ashleyrcarman@twitter.com story here: theverge.com/2019/4/22/1851089

@debugninja
Well, I learned the OSI model after having learned several realworld protocol stacks and I found that the way that OSI doesn't really add a lot of value.

A brief example of OSI might be appropriate before jumping into some real examples but the rote memorization of a conceptual model seems to be something a lot of students struggle with.

Are people really so attached to the OSI Model that even suggesting alternative teaching models is offensive?

Any OSI evangelists on the who can shed some light on why OSI is better than any alternative way of teaching protocol layers?

It really would be awesome if the community was able to put together an open index.

arxiv.org/abs/1903.03846

RT @TOToolLibrary@twitter.com

Celebrating a day early by coming together as a community to recirculate and care for materials that already exist - swapping, mending & making over here at @csiTO@twitter.com 192 Spadina ave until 3pm.

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This is really neat:

"Our mission is to collect, preserve, and share the source code of all software that is publicly available, including its full development history."

softwareheritage.org/2019/04/1

RT @adafruit@twitter.com

CircuitPython on GameBoy by @tannewt@twitter.com @adafruit@twitter.com @CircuitPython@twitter.com NOW YOU'RE PLAYING WITH PYTHON !

RT @RachelTobac@twitter.com

At @defcon@twitter.com hacking conference and just learned how easy it is to physically gain admin access on a voting machine that is used in 18 states. Requires no tools and takes under 2 minutes. I’m concerned for our upcoming elections.

Mozilla WebThings is an open platform for monitoring and controlling devices over the web — hacks.mozilla.org/2019/04/intr

RT @2600@twitter.com

OK, we'll probably regret this but we made a *searchable* PDF of the available at 2600.com/MuellerReport.pdf. Please share.

RT @textfiles@twitter.com

The Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III, et. al, is now available in redacted form on the Internet Archive. archive.org/details/report_201 Our interface lets you read it online and search it.

RT @robaeprice@twitter.com

SCOOP: Facebook harvested 1.5 million people’s email contacts without their consent. It says it “unintentionally uploaded” them after asking users for their email passwords. businessinsider.com/facebook-u

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