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  4. Interesting. "Celestial Fracture" image made me a little dizzy, though!
  5. V.T. Eric Layton

    NSA Operatives Worked as Cyber-Mercenaries

    Umm... OK.
  6. securitybreach

    RIP Sir Clive Sinclair

    I didn't have a Sinclair but one of my uncles' did.
  7. securitybreach

    RIP Sir Clive Sinclair

    RIP. Well at least he lived a long life.
  8. Digerati

    NSA Operatives Worked as Cyber-Mercenaries

    What? Not even! You really should do some homework before making such comments and risk looking naïve and totally uninformed! First off, these three individuals were not currently employed by the NSA. And they did something totally different than Snowden. They, as the courts ruled, were paid by a foreign government to criminally hack into US and other countries government computer networks using illicit, fraudulent, and criminal means. Snowden, on the other hand, was a current NSA and former CIA employee who used his authorized access to copy and steal over 1.5 milli
  9. Sir Clive Sinclair, the inventor and entrepreneur who was instrumental in bringing home computers to the masses, has died at the age of 81. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/sep/16/home-computing-pioneer-sir-clive-sinclair-dies-aged-81
  10. V.T. Eric Layton

    NSA Operatives Worked as Cyber-Mercenaries

    That was precisely my response to this. Ed Snowden is more justified every day.
  11. securitybreach

    Linux Cookbook

    Ha, I had that one as well. I do not know what happened to it though. I do not remember it being very useful by the time that I picked it up. How about this one lol
  12. securitybreach

    NSA Operatives Worked as Cyber-Mercenaries

    Not surprised at all.
  13. securitybreach

    Linux Cookbook

    Very cool
  14. Nice. I used to have APOD as my browser homepage. I searched for hi-res versions and downloaded a couple for wallpapers. Interesting conversation about that meteor streak here - http://asterisk.apod.com/viewtopic.php?p=310478 and more about every APOD pic in that forum as well.
  15. saturnian

    Linux Cookbook

    I had the first edition of Linux Pocket Guide by Daniel J. Barrett (https://www.linuxpocketguide.com/). I used that and an old, used Unix textbook to learn some basic commands. I don't remeember what happened to those books. Later I picked up the second edition of Linux Pocket Guide, which I still have.
  16. DOJ: Former NSA Operatives Worked as Cyber-Mercenaries, Helping Hack U.S. Systems No wonder the world is such a crazy place.
  17. Feast Your Eyes on the 12 Winning Astronomy Photographer of the Year Images I thought all you space cadets out there would like to see these pictures My favourite.
  18. abarbarian

    Linux Cookbook

    I'd get lost in the intro and I would struggle to understand Linux for Dummies When I first saw the thread title I thought it was for a Eskimo 101 ways on how to cook penguins cookbook
  19. abarbarian

    Arch linux articles through the ages.

    I missed that one well spotted
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