BeardedLove

Oct 20

(Source: the-weird-wide-web)

Oct 12

[video]

Oct 05

[video]

joiito:

laughingsquid:

Climbers Capture a Self-Portrait Via Drone Atop a Mountain in the Swiss Alps

Nice

joiito:

laughingsquid:

Climbers Capture a Self-Portrait Via Drone Atop a Mountain in the Swiss Alps

Nice

(via emergentfutures)

Sep 21

(Source: virgin-suicide-s, via drunklostsouls)

Sep 18

[video]

Sep 17

[video]

cross-connect:

reblog via septagonstudios:

Matthieu Bourel
ARNOLD SCHOENBERG 

Can relate

cross-connect:

reblog via septagonstudios:

Matthieu Bourel

ARNOLD SCHOENBERG 

Can relate

(via crossconnectmag)

Sep 14

tacanderson:

For Sale Soon: The World’s First Google Glass Detector

Later this month, Oliver says he’ll start taking pre-orders for Cyborg Unplug, a gadget no bigger than a laptop charger that plugs into a wall and patrols the local Wi-Fi network for connected Google Glass devices, along with other potential surveillance gadgets like Google Dropcams, Wi-Fi-enabled drone copters, and certain wireless microphones. When it detects one of those devices, it can be programmed to flash an alert with an LED light, play a sound through connected speakers, and even ping the Cyborg Unplug owner’s smartphone through an Android app, as well as silently booting those potential spy devices from the network.
Oliver says Cyborg Unplug will also offer an “All Out Mode.” With that more aggressive setting switched on, the plug will seek out and disconnect nearby surveillance devices on any network it connects to, including Glass’s wireless connection to their owners’ phones. That’s a more legally ambiguous use of the gadget that Oliver says he doesn’t recommend. “Please note that this latter mode may not be legal within your jurisdiction,” reads a disclaimer on Cyborg Unplug’s website. “We take no responsibility for the trouble you get yourself into if you choose to deploy your Cyborg Unplug in this mode.”

The privacy wars are escalating. The alarm feature is interesting. But I find it most interesting that the device is capable of scanning and connecting to non-owned networks. I assume those networks will need to be open. If this is somehow able to block devices on secure connections that would be really interesting from a rights perspective. And of course, this does nothing for people storing pictures and media locally without being connected to Wi-Fi. 

tacanderson:

For Sale Soon: The World’s First Google Glass Detector

Later this month, Oliver says he’ll start taking pre-orders for Cyborg Unplug, a gadget no bigger than a laptop charger that plugs into a wall and patrols the local Wi-Fi network for connected Google Glass devices, along with other potential surveillance gadgets like Google Dropcams, Wi-Fi-enabled drone copters, and certain wireless microphones. When it detects one of those devices, it can be programmed to flash an alert with an LED light, play a sound through connected speakers, and even ping the Cyborg Unplug owner’s smartphone through an Android app, as well as silently booting those potential spy devices from the network.

Oliver says Cyborg Unplug will also offer an “All Out Mode.” With that more aggressive setting switched on, the plug will seek out and disconnect nearby surveillance devices on any network it connects to, including Glass’s wireless connection to their owners’ phones. That’s a more legally ambiguous use of the gadget that Oliver says he doesn’t recommend. “Please note that this latter mode may not be legal within your jurisdiction,” reads a disclaimer on Cyborg Unplug’s website. “We take no responsibility for the trouble you get yourself into if you choose to deploy your Cyborg Unplug in this mode.”

The privacy wars are escalating. The alarm feature is interesting. But I find it most interesting that the device is capable of scanning and connecting to non-owned networks. I assume those networks will need to be open. If this is somehow able to block devices on secure connections that would be really interesting from a rights perspective. And of course, this does nothing for people storing pictures and media locally without being connected to Wi-Fi. 

(via emergentfutures)

Aug 25

laughingsquid:

AlphaClamps, A 26-Piece Set of Clamps Based on the Letters of the Alphabet

Oh yeah!

laughingsquid:

AlphaClamps, A 26-Piece Set of Clamps Based on the Letters of the Alphabet

Oh yeah!

Aug 18

Virgin Australia

Turns out Virgin Australia is offering a film with one of my tunes in it as in flight entertainment.
Film is Hit The Road: India
Tune is (unsurprisingly) strANGE_Ls

Aug 16

[video]

Jul 17

[video]

Jun 27

[video]

Jun 26

Autonomous Vehicles Will Bring the Rise of 'Spam Cars' -

Of course they are!

(Source: emergentfutures)