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Martial law in Thailand,
but Thailand not your average country ;-)

With the19th time being declared since 1932 people get used to it, now with social media the hashtag "show me a cute soldier" is trending on #twitter  .  





#thailand   #martiallaw   #ทหารหล่อบอกด้วย‬   #ม่มีเป็นหา  
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If you like bikes you'll share this!
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Security done right (?)

Secure and private communications for consumers and businesses (video, storage, mail, chat, voip) hosted in #iceland  .

Still in beta, but it's definitely going in the right direction: #lattice  based #ntrue   #encryption  , secure clients for #ios  ( #android  soon to be released) and  code will be made open source.

Be sure to check it out.
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+David Vanhaeke Nah, it was an honest question. Didn't know that they excelled in privacy protection.
But then I can understand the "selling point" :)
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We knew he was aware, but did you know he just performed The Epic Split ?





#jeanclaudevandamme   #volvo   #epicsplit   #dynamicsteering  
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Wow, jcvd is so cool, wish I owned double denim :-) 
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Probably the best OS in the world, for free.






#apple   #mavericks  
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Or you might want to check his opinion :-) :
LinuxCon + CloudOpen Europe 2013: Linux - Where Are We Going "We have done that for 22 years " LoL
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Have a look at what +Google made in collaboration with #arbornetworks  !

Haven't quite figured out yet if it's useful but it definitely looks cool.





#digitalattackmap   #ddos   #arbor  
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Ey, pretty cool gfx..
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This photo is for any tourists worried about martial law in Bangkok.

source: http://redd.it/2633sp


#reddit #thailand #ไม่มีเป็นหา 
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I was unaware #sriracha  sauce was such a huge thing in the US ?


#ผมรักศรีราชา   #ศรีราชา   #srirachathemovie  
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It's really huge.  You find it in every supermarket and people are quite passionate about it.
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Can it live up to its name ?


#donhou   #100mphbike  
May 09.13 – “100mph bike”. The 100mph bike, speed bike or any one of the working titles that has been used for this project by the people involved. Its so far been an excersise in many things; bicycle design, back yard aerodynamics, car modification, planning, location searching, etc etc…
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isowall: an isolating firewall

Originally a request by +Dragos Ruiu for The World's Stupidest Firewall, dubbed Ethernet Condom.

Luckily the name got changed to #isowall  and the nifty thing it runs on our beloved 35$ linux-powered computer: the #raspberrypi  !




The concept: the security guarantee of isowall rests on the fact that there is no TCP/IP stack bound to 'eth1'. Isowall has it's own TCP/IP. Today's firewalls fail because they are extensions to the existing network stack of the operating system. This introduces a huge attack surface and a lot of complexity, meaning hackers can attack the firewalls themselves, and users will misconfigure firewall rules. What isowall does is separate the two duties: TCP/IP firewalling is done wholly separate from the Linux TCP/IP stack.
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Good find :-)



#funny   #funnypics  
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TL;DR: Closed source creep



Well written, extensive, article though.  Here are some fun sections:

Vic Gundotra, recalling Andy Rubin's initial pitch for Android:
He argued that if Google did not act, we faced a Draconian future, a future where one man, one company, one device, one carrier would be our only choice.  So, to help in the fight against the iPhone at a time when Google had no mobile foothold whatsoever, Android was launched as an open source project.
In that era, Google had nothing, so any adoption—any shred of market share—was welcome. Google decided to give Android away for free and use it as a trojan horse for Google services. The thinking went that if Google Search was one day locked out of the iPhone, people would stop using Google Search on the desktop.

Android is open—except for all the good parts.
Google Calendar/Music/Photos were one of the more recent apps to get the closed source treatment. The way this process is pitched to the Android community is always rather amusing: The stock calendar is now available to everyone! We can now do updates from the Play Store! There are more features! (Oh, and by the way, it's closed source now.)

Bloatware
One way for an OEM to experiment with a Google-free existence without incurring the wrath of Mountain View is to produce alternative versions of Google's apps. This is what most of us dismiss as "bloatware." Bloatware works as a software engineering "what if" thought exercise, where OEMs set out to replicate all of Google's core apps to see just how hard life outside of the walled garden would be.

Locking-in manufacturers
Google's real power in mobile comes from control of the Google apps—mainly Gmail, Maps, Google Now, Hangouts, YouTube, and the Play Store. These are Android's killer apps, and the big (and small) manufacturers want these apps on their phones. Since these apps are not open source, they need to be licensed from Google. It is at this point that you start picturing a scene out of The Godfather, because these apps aren't going to come without some requirements attached.

A "look but don't touch" kind of open
While Android is open, it's more of a "look but don't touch" kind of open. You're allowed to contribute to Android and allowed to use it for little hobbies, but in nearly every area, the deck is stacked against anyone trying to use Android without Google's blessing. The second you try to take Android and do something that Google doesn't approve of, it will bring the world crashing down upon you.
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