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12:00 AM
I was just connected to my home wifi. 25 floors down
@noob write about what you did and what that did. Check with the company before sharing anything. Also check with your advisor
 
12:30 AM
not sure what is happening here...
 
 
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3:49 AM
If you own a linksys router... engadget.com/2019/05/18/…
Can I be smug I run my own, mostly, and only the chinese government is probably spying on me? (My ISP's ONR is huawei ;p)
 
 
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5:12 AM
> Dear subscriber,

i'm moving my software project away from f2ko.de to ZeroNet. If you want to be able to access my project in the future you need to have the ZeroNet client software running.

Best regards,

Fatih
Uhhhhh
> Open, free and uncensorable websites,
using Bitcoin cryptography and BitTorrent network
Hmm.
 
> Page response time is not limited by your connection speed.
 
@MichaelFrank ... it's guaranteed to be slower?
Idk
They're incorporating BitTorrent and Bitcoin and Tor?
 
no need for tor I suspect
 
@JourneymanGeek yeah apparently it's optional?
Idk what to think of this tbh.
 
sounds terrible ;p
 
5:21 AM
Hm. Clearnet proxy at 0net.xyz
 
Its alllll the hipster buzzwords at once
 
@JourneymanGeek I suppose it has some uses for cases that require extreme anonymity, but the only advantage I see over plain ol' Tor is that you (apparently) have multiple peers to host the website
 
@rahuldottech "bitcoin cryptography".... whuuut?
the BT bit I can get - they actually use some of the underlying tech for a pretty decent file sync service
 
> Your account is protected by the same cryptography as your Bitcoin wallet.
I mean. It seems like a big mess to get working and maintain
> Decentralized domains using Namecoin cryptocurrency.
> Browse the sites you're seeding even if your internet connection is down.
Not really seeding if your internet connection is down, now are you?
Hmm. Some interesting stuff.
In other news
> I worked for a company that had a similar take on spending. The company was extremely profitable and brought in greater than 1 billion dollar in revenue. Yet any PO that was greater than $100 needed approval by the CEO. Not only that, the PO had to be typed on a manual typewriter (this is 2007) using carbon paper, and hand-delivered to a number of people to start moving up the chain. The process intentionally took MONTHS for the approval to go through.
This resulted in engineers that would purchase their own equipment and bringing it to work to use because they couldn't wait a month for a
 
5:40 AM
lol
@rahuldottech I used to bring my own laptop to my last job
No one minded. Actually, my boss was all "erm, can I borrow your laptop? The company issued one sucks, and I need to configure $thing"
 
Is there a browser addon that actually permits the browser to download the ads, but will cover them to make them unseen by the user? This way, the website will get ad money, but the user will not be distracted.
 
might be a question for sr.se ;)
 
5:55 AM
@CowperKettle ad nauseum
 
6:11 AM
@rahuldottech Thank you, I'll look into it. I have some news websites I'm sympathetic to, so I might enable this for them.
 
> When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.
 

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