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Magnus Øverbø
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Programmer, developer, guitarist, space technologist, sound technician and single. Currently studying IT and Information Security at GUC in Oppland, Norway.
Programmer, developer, guitarist, space technologist, sound technician and single. Currently studying IT and Information Security at GUC in Oppland, Norway.

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Ladar Levison and Stephen Watt are working on the future of secure email. For your Thursday, we offer you the peek into their work on DIME that they shared with us at DEF CON 22. It's a very interesting talk, with a lot of information and acronyms. There's a lot to learn about how email security is broken, and a lot of ideas about how it could be fixed in the future. 

As always, pass it on. 

http://youtu.be/TWzvXaxR6us?list=PL9fPq3eQfaaBCdjbKFYjosh1s1EkaYdsQ
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Google confirms that their deep sea Internet cables are being attacked by sharks!
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This post is on learning some basic concept of artificial neural networks. A report and source code for a feed forward ANN. It was an assignment in my AI class at college.

It uses the backpropagation algorithm for supervised learning. To learn how to recognize images of single characters.

It explains much around the construction, math and programming as well as give the examples.

The code and report is available on github, https://github.com/Magnus1990P/ann_backprop

The code is in C++ and the report is in latex.

The report can be found at http://storage.maggz.nl/hackit/guides/hackit_004.pdf

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Seems like a very viable idea with a lot of potential and future expansion.
Google Impact Challenge
Google Impact Challenge
impactchallenge.withgoogle.com
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A nice animation for the quick sort algorithm
SORTING is an attempt to visualize and help to understand how some of the most famous sorting algorithms work. This project provides two standpoints to look at algorithms, one is more artistic (apologies to any real artist out there), the other is more analytical aiming at explaining algorithm step by step. 

http://sorting.at/
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An older contribution to my "yourshot"-gallery at NationalGeographic
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My new contribution to my "yourshot"-gallery at NationalGeographic
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