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I am a Buddhist anarchist forging my own way in this world.

Recovering from capitalist abuses, I now work to create systems that protect humanity and our home.

I am ready to build and to learn.

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@dogstar mhm! the tough part is ideas and getting started, honestly. current hardware isn't built for throwing away the software stack at a moment's notice. it's too adapted to preconceptions.

"Be *excellent* to each other."
-- Bill, or Ted, in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
regular expression but instead of something that looks like a keysmash by a spider it's more like usual programming languages.

re: Working on a thing 

@stman @theruran
Dimensionality in an object is different from dimensionality in an array. Arrays can be analogous to spatial dimensions, but aren't necessarily so

Working from first principles, you don't have freedom in cyberspace if your activity can be tracked in time and space. So metadata - especially metadata that could subject the author of a document to tracking and coercion - is always voluntary, deniable, and scoped

So how about this plan?

* Someone publishes a research paper about how transparent cases make devices seem more trustworthy and friendly.
* We all boost it, adding comments on how we miss whatever transparent device we used to have and how it felt so much more reliable.
* It goes viral.
* The fashion for transparent cases comes back.

re: work, mh bad also ~ 

one of the healing realizations has been that it's not valid to blame myself for others' lack of support of me.

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work, mh bad also ~ 

time and again, experience has shown that I lack the concentration and attention span to complete anything-

but I'm still here trying and trying again.

maybe I should take Master Yoda's wisdom to heart ... "do or do not. there is no try."

in March I need to take a break from my computer programming experiments and dive back into writing.

let's see how I do.

To be up against such threats you need a perfect IT knowledge of your network, state-of-art admin practices, up to date software, EDR deployed, detection capability, SOC w/ good people, etc. Nobody has everything everywhere. There will always be a chance for attacks to succeed.

kinda funny watching the SolarWinds-adjacent Big Tech companies glitch out and expose their illogic.

it's only funny cuz I'm not that close to it.

SolarWinds Hack Pits Microsoft Against Dell, IBM Over How Companies Store Data - Microsoft argues the cloud offers more protection; rivals point to the need of firms to hold, acce... - wsj.com/articles/solarwinds-ha #paid

Interesting. Htop found me a lost zoom process from a work class that was pegging one 1 cpu and consuming all the household bandwidth.

More for-profit war, no racial healing, more concentration camps, ongoing collapse. Cyberpunk Dystopian Hellworld Update - Silver Spook Live youtu.be/LsgZGWCcsKc

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hackers.town

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.