Wim Van Eck
Computer researcher who outlined a methos in which signals could be intercepted remotely from the radiation output of a CRT of LCD monitor.
And Van Eck Phreaking was born.
Airgap was defeated before it was even called an airgap.
I'm getting super interested in Library and Information Science. Does anyone have a good survey/introductory text I can poke at? I'd prefer an e-book if possible, I've been reading through https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Introduction_to_Library_and_Information_Science but it seems a bit incomplete.
Python is pretty easy to read, but I forgot how annoying it is to work on other people's code when you hit gnarly areas.
That being said, once I know what it's called, the documentation and community support is quite good.
> "Python has at least six ways of formatting a string"
"Immediately defunding of every archaeology department and research program may not be sufficient to save us, because (as The Mummy films reveal) there are simply too many rich people with archaeological hobbies2. Perhaps we need obligatory archaeology prevention programs in school (like the drug prevention programs that have worked so well). Perhaps task forces should be roaming the world, shutting down illicit digs. "
Aggro spiders heckin got bamboozled
user interfaces are means for users to browse and select intents held in common by them and the author of the software, separated by time and extraneous context
user interfaces do not exist to export your org's or your ego's prefab aesthetics
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