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Matthew Brooks (destructzero)
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In 1909 Professor Charles Eliot, then president of @Harvard University assembled what would become known as the Five Foot Shelf. A collection of volumes substantive enough, according to Dr Eliot, “…to afford a good substitute for a liberal education to…
The Five Foot Shelf
The Five Foot Shelf
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I drove by this one a couple days prior and had the booth lying on the sidewalk, broken and abused.  By the time I returned to record it the call box and receiver had been removed to parts unknown.  For some reason I kept having scene from Black Hawk Down…
Payphone Down
Payphone Down
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Welp, like I said in the previous post, this Century Link outage would go one of two ways: either Century Link would resolve the problem and the hubbub would die down or it would go the route of hearings and investigations. Now we know which way it’s…
#publicsafety
#publicsafety
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We’ve heard those stories about rock stars destroying hotel rooms, think a rock star destroyed this phone?  Doesn’t really matter, I prefer Monster Ultra anyway.
Rockstar?
Rockstar?
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On and off for the last 24 hours now Century Link has been experiencing some, er, technical difficulties. As you can see from the image above, the reports according to Down Detector indicate the issue is widespread and affects a significant percentage of…
911 Outage ≠ The Purge
911 Outage ≠ The Purge
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Merry Christmas, everyone. As the season of gift giving is upon us we are certain to be bombarded with supersized savings on all manner of interconnected devices and toys.  If you give or receive one of these fabulous devices are you also prepared to…
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Recently I’ve noticed a significant uptick in the number of phishing emails being received by my coworkers.  The content has varied in both content and language but nonetheless there’s been an uptick. How do you keep curious people from clicking on…
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