A Digital Identity - An Algorithm For The Soul
marketingland:

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searchengineland:

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thugmissus:

I’M CRYING

Si esta noticias es verdad…me parto 

thugmissus:

I’M CRYING

Si esta noticias es verdad…me parto 

marketingland:

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marketingland:

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8bitfuture:

Image: The insecure internet.
A security researcher scanned the internet for unprotected embedded devices, and here’s the graphical result: 420,000 clients which were able to be accessed and analysed. The animated graphic above shows day/night variations in the number of available connections.
This scan was done in 2012 using IPv4 addresses. According to the researcher, “with a growing number of IPv6 hosts on the Internet, 2012 may have been the last time a census like this was possible”.

8bitfuture:

Image: The insecure internet.

A security researcher scanned the internet for unprotected embedded devices, and here’s the graphical result: 420,000 clients which were able to be accessed and analysed. The animated graphic above shows day/night variations in the number of available connections.

This scan was done in 2012 using IPv4 addresses. According to the researcher, “with a growing number of IPv6 hosts on the Internet, 2012 may have been the last time a census like this was possible”.

futurist-foresight:

More about Google Glass and people’s, sometimes, negative response to it. Why?
prostheticknowledge:

GLASSHOLE.SH
Code script put together by Julian Oliver which detects Google Glass devices on a WiFi network and blocks them:

This script is a response to a comment by Omer Shapira that the presence of Google Glass worn by audience at an ITP graduate exhibition left him feeling understandably uneasy; it was not possible to know whether they were recording, or even streaming what they were recording to a remote service over WiFi.
The … script will find and detect Google Glass on the local network and kick them off.

More Here

futurist-foresight:

More about Google Glass and people’s, sometimes, negative response to it. Why?

prostheticknowledge:

GLASSHOLE.SH

Code script put together by Julian Oliver which detects Google Glass devices on a WiFi network and blocks them:

This script is a response to a comment by Omer Shapira that the presence of Google Glass worn by audience at an ITP graduate exhibition left him feeling understandably uneasy; it was not possible to know whether they were recording, or even streaming what they were recording to a remote service over WiFi.

The … script will find and detect Google Glass on the local network and kick them off.

More Here

searchengineland:

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No estamos solos. #ET #NASA

No estamos solos. #ET #NASA

searchengineland:

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(Image source: searchenginejournal.com)