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Finally tagged release 5.2 of CeWL, loads of bug fixes and better internationalisation.

https://digi.ninja/projects/cewl.php
CeWL spiders a target site and creates a list of all unique words found on the site, this list can then be used for things such as password brute forcing
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Neil DeGrasse Tyson @neiltyson
Will enjoy colorful fireworks tonight? Thank Aluminum Barium Calcium Chlorine Copper Iron Nitrogen Oxygen Sodium & Strontium.
https://twitter.com/neiltyson/status/750100990792196096

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FarmBot Open Source CNC Farming Robot (video) - Geeky Gadgets

http://www.geeky-gadgets.com/farmbot-open-source-cnc-farming-robot-08-06-2016/
The FarmBot Genesis farming robot has been created to grow food from seed and is capable of making sure that the crops are watered precisely during their
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It needs some sort of defensive attachment to deal with bunnies, etc.

Otherwise, really cool!

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Do the crime, do the time. Don't mess with the Lady's Slipper Flower
 
WTF?
The Showy Lady's Slipper is Minnesota's state flower, and it's against the law to pick it without permission from the landowner.
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NEW GUIDE: You and Your Tytera MD-380 DMR #AdafruitLearningSystem

https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/24/new-guide-you-and-your-tytera-md-380-dmr-adafruitlearningsystem/

NEW GUIDE: You and Your Tytera MD-380 DMR*

Hey everyone! It’s me, ladyada! I recently got my Amateur Radio License (‘HAM ticket’) and I wanted to start out with a radio that’s both inexpensive, easy to use, and fun to hack! After seeing some videos from CCC about the MD-380, I thought this radio is the one for me to start with.

Not only does this radio do FM analog on the 400MHz band, but it can also do DMR – digitalencoded radio! This gives you the ability to use an Internet-backed voice network with no static and huge world-wide repeater reach.

I’m just getting started on my HAM-venture but I thought I’d take some notes on the hacking and programming I’ve done! Some of it, like updating the Firmware and flashing User DB, is optional – but it’s also the most fun!

Read the full guide here!
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/24/new-guide-you-and-your-tytera-md-380-dmr-adafruitlearningsystem/
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Potting, Injection Molding, and Macromelt: Electronic Housing Options Explained by @Mindtribe
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/24/potting-injection-molding-and-macromelt-electronic-housing-options-explained-by-mindtribe/

Here’s a simple and simply great read by Andrew Dupree for Mindtribe on ‘The Landscape of Electronic Housings,’ with potting, injection molding, and macromelt explained, including a really interesting feature comparison matrix.

Housings are the unsung heroes of consumer electronics. The electronics might pass all tests, and the embedded software might be bug free, but to put your product in the wild it will need a sturdy mechanical housing to keep everything together.

Like any other facet of product development, housings are surprisingly complex beasts. There are several different ways you can go about developing a secure home for your circuits, bits, and bytes. Which you employ will depend on your anticipated manufacturing volume, cost constraints, aesthetic needs, time constraints, and more. And though the following list isn’t exhaustive, some of the most useful technologies for developing mechanical housings are potting, injection molding (clamshell and insert), and Macromelt.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/24/potting-injection-molding-and-macromelt-electronic-housing-options-explained-by-mindtribe/
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New plastic material begins to oscillate spontaneously in sunlight
Place this thin layer of plastic in the sun and it begins to oscillate irregularly all by itself. Today researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and the Humboldt University in Berlin present this material – the first that moves spontaneously under the influence of daylight – in the journal Nature Communications. According to the researchers, this pliable plastic is suitable as a self-cleaning surface, for example for solar cells...
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oscillate wildly

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Damned right. Do the job or GTFO.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear an appeal from Washington state pharmacists who said they have religious objections to dispensing Plan B or other emergency contraceptives.
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A little retro maker fun here with the #Nintendo   #PowerGlove . Ha! Gotta love the concept but it's not the smoothest results. Still, great idea and fodder for other #drone  controller projects.
If you grew up in the NES era, you probably lusted over the Power Glove, especially after watching The Wizard, now considered a bit of a cult classic. About halfway through the flick, a character named Lucas Barton shows off the accessory and says, "I love the Power Glove. It's so bad." Unfortunately the Power Glove never lived up to the hype,
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Lasers! That even make the laser sound!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8X8Sy63yJvw
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Eagle CAD Mouse & Keyboard Shortcuts Demonstrated with Animated GIFS #TipsAndTricks
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/23/eagle-cad-mouse-keyboard-shortcuts-demonstrated-with-animated-gifs-tipsandtricks/

Yahya Tawil wrote up some excellent pointers – with handy animated GIFs to visualize them – for using Eagle CAD. As you might suspect, as with most software, it’s a balance of using the mouse and more-quickly initiating tasks, menus, and shortcuts via your keyboard. Some of them you’ve probably had to hunt down on your own, and others you might not have even thought about yet, but they could speed up your production (or just make your interaction with Eagle CAD more rewarding by hitting a few key combinations instead of having to sift through multiple menus and sub-menus).

Most hobbyists and many professionals use Eagle CAD as a daily tool in designing schematics and laying out PCB. I’m going to share with you the most important tips and tricks for using Eagle CAD, which make my work much easier and faster.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/05/23/eagle-cad-mouse-keyboard-shortcuts-demonstrated-with-animated-gifs-tipsandtricks/
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today we will be planting peppers, tomatoes, birds, and watermelons. +Alex Roman​
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Cybersecurity research, incident response, penetration testing, client advisory services, security stuff, systems administration
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  • IT Risk Limited
    Principal Consultant, 2000 - present
    Executive and VIP advising, DFIR, Penetration Testing and Risk Assessments
  • NorSec (ISAO)
    Working Board Member, 2015 - present
    Founding of DHS recognized information sharing and analysis organization. Threat intelligence analysis and hunting bad threat actors.
  • Q.E.D. Systems
    CTO & CISO, 2002 - 2014
    International Standards Development within ISO, ITU and ANSI Building and maintaining VIP profile security posture Client professional advisory services
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    Mentor/Instructor, 2008 - 2014
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  • Wells Fargo
    Security Engineer
  • National Marrow Donor Program
    Security Consultant
  • The MITRE Corporation
    InfoSec Eng/Scientist, 2000 - 2002
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa - Fairfax, Virginia - Seattle, Washington - San Jose, California