"The advantage of sous vide," someone said.
"But it wasn't sous vide!" Dufresne said. "That's the thing. It was cooked in a pan. And it had no gray on it! Do you know how hard that is? Do you know how much work that takes? Turning the beef every seven or eight seconds … And so that question you asked me before, about food and music—that's my answer: a perfect piece of Wagyu beef cooked in a pan that comes out without any gray on it. It might not be 'When the Levee Breaks,' but it's definitely 'Achilles Last Stand.' "
I have no idea what, chemically, is in these things. I just know that someone should find out (assuming it hasn't already been done). Our host tried to warn us off eating any, but I ended up being the clueless tourist who happened to chomp down on one."
"Being intrigued by Inception's use of the Internet of Things as a weapon I wondered what other groups are weaponizing the Internet of Things. To find out I set up an emulated embedded system as a Honeypot over the Holiday break. The system I built ran a very minimal build of Linux on an ARM processor. A typical build for many Internet enabled devices like routers, web cams, etc… The system was designed with outdated versions of software and default passwords so to be horribly unsecure. I was hoping to see what other malware there was that is designed for the Internet of Things and I was not disappointed by my findings."
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