So ever since the tv was integrated into your fridge, and motion sensors were invented I think people have been craving their electric gadgets found throughout the house to be connected to each other. Of course, with the rise of crowdfunding and companies like Intel and HP working on the idea, the internet of things,… Continue reading Smart lights and the Internet-of-Things
In this weeks podcast I talk about the silk road and the online war authorities have with the deep web and sites like thepiratebay and other escrow related websites. The screenshots above are actually of these websites, which kind of also proves just how accessible these websites are to completely uninformed… Continue reading Cyberwar & Cyberterrorism
http://map.norsecorp.com/ Just wanted to flesh out the example of DDoS attacks as a means of Digital Resistance and Hacktivism. Check out the above link for a live feed of attacks worldwide and see how your major ISP might be digitally attacking other, smaller ISP’s! Comcast and Time Warner Cable, I’m looking directly at you! Bear… Continue reading DDoS Attacks and Hacktivism.
This week I talk about how Payday 2’s “Hype Train” event last year draws similarities to the social media revolutions talked about in the lecture. I apologise for coughing all over the place, I have a bit of a iffy throat.
This week I’d like to share some thoughts and examples of the concept of bridges made of pebbles. Hope you like the new content, going to try to keep doing soundcloud recordings from here on out.
This weeks topic is freedom (obligatory ‘MERICA), no not the gun-toting-freedom-of-speech kind of freedom, but rather the freedom of the consumer. To take it even deeper, the freedom that consumer has with the product they’ve bought, r even the choice of product that they have. I’ll look more closely at this in the example of… Continue reading FREEDOM!!!!!