Except when it's Sneakers.
There is another film?
Alright. I'm going to shill for a friend of mine now. Shill isn't really a fair term, since I like his work.
You may know @mwlucas from his tech books. They are amazing. He thinks and talks like me as a sysadmin. Good stuff.
That's not the best stuff he does. He writes fiction. Good stuff. Like sci-fi? Go get Hydrogen Sleets. Like existential horror? Immortal Clay. Shadowrun/Cyberpunk badass runners? Go get Butterfly Stomp for *free*! Cozy mystery that has my name? Git Commit Murder.
and unto you...
@ryen With me it's more like inhaling packets...
but no... I am reviewing some .pcaps from a very interesting source... supposedly.
@fidgety It's a solid.
Linux and “open source” in a nutshell, from the horse’s mouth:
“There is a genuine reason to worry. My desktop is free but my data and applications (which run in the cloud) aww not … what do you care about more – just that the code is open or also about the business practices as well?”
Linus Torvalds: “Personally, I only care about the code. When I say maybe there are people who worry about walled gardens and cloud provides who take ownership of your data, I am not one of those people.”
@jerry I thought we were about the same age...
@jerry I feel the same... but none of mine want to go into IT at this point... I may have one hacker amongst the four of them.
The other three just don't show any intereest at all.
A meat serf in a digital cropsharing arrangement
Angelheaded hipster burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore. We are based in the U.S. and we abide by all laws of this nation. We take security and your privacy seriously. We do not use ads, nor sell your information. Your data is not mine to own. Hackers.town is protected by Carbon Black Response and CBDefense. We log any and all attempts to compromise the server.