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Dezinformatsiya.

You know, the more I think about it, the more surreal this gets: North Korea and Russia are now voicing support for Trump, the DNC was hacked months ago and now, of all times, scandalous and embarassing information is made public to shame Hillary Clinton's efforts.

It feels surreal because I've done this a dozen times ... IN VIDEO GAMES. Sabotaging rites of sucession to put in place people that are either too stupid, docile or indebted to you in some way so as to gain an ally. It's par for the course for any RPG that tries its hand in political intrigue.

I just never imagined I'd see a real-life scenario play out exactly like that before my eyes. I mean, it can't be this obvious ... can it?
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"(...) it’s not hard to imagine that WikiLeaks could unwittingly become part of someone else’s agenda (...)"

Yep. That's a serious risk.
Because hacktivism shouldn't mean doxing, anti-Semitism, or (maybe, possibly, probably not) colluding with Vladimir Putin.
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You have to admit, she has a great sense of humor... and a cosplayer worth his/her salt knows A LOT of characters and franchises to draw inspiration from. And she's doing it all without breaking dress code!
Yahoo reports that Rivas' employer told her that “wearing her hair in a ponytail or donning a head scarf was unprofessional” (pictured, top), despite the unnamed company's dress code simply stating that employee's clothing needed to be “clean and pressed”. When Rivas filed a harassment complaint ...
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I recall hearing about this DNC server breach, and how it was supposedly carried out by a Russian Intelligence agency (as the article points out, it is difficult to pinpoint a cyberattack's source).

"Curiously", now it resurfaces and shames a political adversary of a campaign runner that Moscow might just want to see as the next US President.

Coincidence? Too much of a coincidence.
Does it make logical sense? Yes.
Can it indeed be an international diplomatic intrigue between two militarily-strong superpowers with varying and vested interests around the world? Yes.

Is it true? ............ it will be hard as hell to prove it, but filmmakers and conspiracy theorists are just loving this kind of B-movie script.
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I don't know, but this is both amusing and ironic in so many ways...

Well, they'll settle this lawsuit soon enough.
Bitmanagement Software says Navy "did not license" its virtual reality product.
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This is A LOT of information to take all at once. But I'll be damned if it isn't important - who would think an animal as small as a tick could be responsible for so many things that can happen to a person?

Knowledge is more than just power. It can (and does) mean survival, inany cases. I hope more doctors can become aware of this.
This past Friday, Dr. Nevena Zubcevik, attending physician at Harvard Medical School and co-director of Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown (SRH) traveled to one of the nation’s front lines in the public health battle against Lyme disease to speak to a group of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital physicians. “I …
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The irony is that someone will read or hear that statement and reply, "CHALLENGE ACCEPTED".

Will he/she/they find these allegedly missing emails? Or will they seize the opportunity to find vulnerabilities across the US' cybernetic infrastructure, as the OPM learned so painfully some time ago?

There's a saying. I think it went, "be careful with what you wish for".
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump publicly called on the Russian hackers allegedly responsible for the recent leak of DNC emails to launch another cyber-attack on the United States, this time to hack emails from Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of State, according to reporters who at...
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The keymaker in The Matrix apparently has quite the competition, no?
First, Mischa devs stole their rival's code. Now, they may have killed its business.
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"Cool" is quite the neuro-economical-social-psycho-anthropological field of study, it seems.

And if you aren't "cool" enough, nobody will follow you anywhere. SEOs know very well what I mean.
It's one of the most powerful forces in marketing, but why?
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Yeah, it was funny to read... a lot of japanese people were angrily tweeting a few weeks ago (when Pokémon Go debutted) that they should've been entitled to playing it first because "it is a japanese game".

Just as it was then, turns out that Pokémon Go was developed by the company behind the AR game "Ingress".

Case in point: it's really worth reading the name of the developers behind a product or IP, every so often.
Nintendo shares have skyrocketed since Pokémon Go's release and instant transformation into global cultural phenomenon, but they fell dramatically today after investors realized that Nintendo...
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Uh-oh.
What happens to an Android OS company when it stops developing an Android OS?
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IANAL, but I think this is a load of bull. But hey - the Genicap fellow says he's willing to trade knowledge with No Man Sky's devs. And knowledge trading/sharing is always better than patent trolling.

I'm sure the good chaps over at +Ars Technica​ are going to have a field day with this!
Creator Sean Murray acknowledged the importance of the 'Superformula' in an interview last year.
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Put me in circles ...
  • ... that talk about rugby.
  • ... that talk about rock climbing.
  • ... that talk about bodybuilding.
  • ... that talk about physical activities and general fitness.
  • ... that talk about really cool gadgets and technologies.
  • ... that talk about video games.
  • ... that talk about RPGs.
Talk to me ...
  • ... about ideas, creativity and the stuff of innovation.
  • ... about fun, exciting projects, both personal and professional ones.
  • ... about your perspective on the world, but only if you have an open mind yourself.
I might share with the world at large whenever I feel like it, but chances are good that if you don't apply in any of the stuff I've written above, you won't hear at all from me. I don't talk to digital ghosts.
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