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Android security mystery - 'fake’ cellphone towers found in U.S.

The fake ‘towers’ – computers which wirelessly attack cellphones via the “baseband” chips built to allow them to communicate with their networks, can eavesdrop and even install spyware, ESD claims. 80 more words

International

a,boys,story,listed

a boy, alone, shadows, crafted by leaves, filtered sunlight, these empty days, with no obligations, wandering wonders, of the world, this moment, heart pounding, he runs, chasing the hunted, hunted by a hunter, swift, silent, silence, look right, look left, up, swerves, he whirls, the unknown still unknown, dusk, rods and cones, mesopic optics confused, blue, green, dark blood, drips slowly, drop, surrounded, he flees, raised among the markets, he retreats, returns to them, passing tree upon tree, dodge, duck, jump, hide, sprint, back back back, to the artificial, light, light of man, man’s lit streets, beasts cannot roam, the ones created by nature, disallowed, too afraid, unable to survive, this maze of brick, steel, dung, motive means, rigid paths, paved more, less, to drive, anonymous exchange, eye of God, attempts, a reminder, that indeed we do trust, that, which isn’t, what, a boy, should know.

Behavior

Magic the Gathering: Fetchlands Are Back in Khans!

Magic the Gathering: Fetchlands Are Back in Khans!

That’s right everyone, the original Fetchlands are back in Khans. See the photos below from Christine Sprankle. 89 more words

Magic The Gathering

Asanko Gold Inc. Spec BUY

AKG : TSX : C$2.50
AKG : NYSE MKT
SPECULATIVE BUY 
Target: C$3.25

COMPANY DESCRIPTION:
The combination of AKG and PMI created a significant gold… 339 more words

Gold

Frontenacs old and new

The census-designated place called Frontenac doesn’t actually include the town of Old Frontenac that I explored in the previous post. Instead it covers another town that lies about a mile southwest of the old resort town on the other side of a small swampy lake and along Highway 61. 829 more words

Minnesota

Team Humanity

An article showed up on Digg today, asking if sacrificing for one’s team should be considered altruistic. In the context of sports, the author, David Papineau, raises a question of whether a player sacrificing for his team is doing so for his or her fellow teammates (altruism) or is instead identifying with the abstract concept of a “team,” of which he identifies as a member. 593 more words

Philosophy

"Virtual" showroom invites dark thoughts

You can meander inside the Tesla showroom on Westlake Ave in Seattle, using Google Street View. Impressive! But you know what would be more impressive? If you could meander inside Tesla stores located in banned states — and mosey up to a virtual sales desk and place a real order for a real Tesla. 18 more words

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