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Are you an extremist?
Since the news broke yesterday that we are an extremist publication according to the NSA, we at Linux Journal have thought a lot about what that might mean to our readers.
[…] So please join us in pronouncing that we support extremist causes like open source, online freedom, and the dissemination of helpful technical knowledge by adding one of these lovely graphics to your picture. And as always, thanks for your support. Available in red, black, or white.

    Are you an extremist?

    Since the news broke yesterday that we are an extremist publication according to the NSA, we at Linux Journal have thought a lot about what that might mean to our readers.

    […] So please join us in pronouncing that we support extremist causes like open source, online freedom, and the dissemination of helpful technical knowledge by adding one of these lovely graphics to your picture. And as always, thanks for your support. Available in red, black, or white.

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    — 5 days ago with 91 notes
    CPU and Memory are the New Crude Oil →

    continuations:

    The definition of a commodity is a good that is “supplied without qualitative differentiation.” You can’t charge more than others for crude oil, you have to turn it at least into gasoline. And if you really want to charge a lot more you have to turn it into a plastic product.

    CPU cycles and…

    — 6 days ago with 14 notes
    designersofthings:

3D Printing Big Dreams With CobbleBot
Everything is bigger in Texas and the Cobblebot is no exception. The latest 3D printer option to hit KIckstarter, Cobblebot is a low cost printer with a large build area of 15x15x15. The team behind Cobblebot have big dreams to shake up the 3D printing market to make these devices more affordable and able to do more than just print trinkets and iPhone cases.  
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    designersofthings:

    3D Printing Big Dreams With CobbleBot

    Everything is bigger in Texas and the Cobblebot is no exception. The latest 3D printer option to hit KIckstarter, Cobblebot is a low cost printer with a large build area of 15x15x15. The team behind Cobblebot have big dreams to shake up the 3D printing market to make these devices more affordable and able to do more than just print trinkets and iPhone cases.  

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    — 6 days ago with 48 notes

    personalfactory:

    Will 3D Printing Make Drones Part of Our Everyday Lives?

    "The Engineers at the University’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) have successfully 3D printed a 1.5 meter wide unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Their production method shifted from time consuming traditional manufacturing with expensive tooling to more efficient 3D printable designs requiring minimal support material.” ~

    3dprintingindustry.com

    personalfactory:

    The question should be not will but when 3d printed UAV prototypes will transform into rather inexpensive mass manufactured commercial transportation/personal use drones ?

    — 6 days ago with 9 notes
    PLEASE REBLOG Last chance to save Net Neutrality

    mostlysignssomeportents:

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    There’s only 36 hours left comment on the FCC’s proposal to allow for Net Neutrality-shredding “Internet fast lanes” that let phone companies to pick Internet winners and losers—it’s time to act.

    Read more…

    — 1 week ago with 2368 notes
    Yahoo Screen + Live Nation = 365 Days of Awesome! →

    yahoo:

    Initial Artist Lineup Released for Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen — Featuring Dave Matthews Band, Justin Timberlake and Usher

    By Kathy Savitt, CMO

    Live moments are the most memorable. In today’s on-demand entertainment environment, live events dominate the water cooler conversation,…

    — 1 week ago with 1720 notes
    
Welcoming Home: Honda Opens Green Smart-House Plans To All Dale Buss, forbes.com
Shades of Linux and Tesla: Honda is open­ing the plans, schemat­ics and specs for its new Honda Smart Home pro­to­type to all mem­bers of the curi­ous com­mer­cial com­mu­ni­ty and pub­lic who want to see how the place is put togeth­er and fig­ure…

    Welcoming Home: Honda Opens Green Smart-House Plans To All
    Dale Buss, forbes.com

    Shades of Linux and Tesla: Honda is open­ing the plans, schemat­ics and specs for its new Honda Smart Home pro­to­type to all mem­bers of the curi­ous com­mer­cial com­mu­ni­ty and pub­lic who want to see how the place is put togeth­er and fig­ure…

    (Source: smarterplanet)

    — 1 week ago with 111 notes
    Theodoric Meyer (ProPublica) | US | No warrant, no problem - How the Government can get your digital data →

    privacyandtechnology:

    From the article:

    "The government isn’t allowed to wiretap American citizens without a warrant from a judge. But there are plenty of legal ways for law enforcement, from the local sheriff to the FBI to the Internal Revenue Service, to snoop on the digital trails you create every day. […] Here’s a look at what the government can get from you and the legal framework behind its power: […]"
    — 1 week ago with 12 notes
    Visited the Tor, Tails or a Linux mag website? You’re on the NSA’s ‘EXTREMIST’ list

    hacker-bot:

    Privacy-conscious netizens and more targeted by super-snoops A detailed analysis of the NSA’s XKeyscore snooping software has shown the extent of the paranoid agency’s targeting of Tor users, Linux Journal readers and and anyone else interested in online privacy.…

    Source: General Security News | Hackerstorm.co.uk News http://ift.tt/1rpwi6Q
    July 03, 2014 at 08:49PM via \hack\

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    — 2 weeks ago with 23 notes
    Own your crypto-extremism with the Torrorist tee

    mostlysignssomeportents:

    Celebrate yesterday’s news that the NSA classes all Tor users as “extremists” and targets them for indefinite, deep surveillance…with fashion!

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    — 2 weeks ago with 39 notes
    Ray Kurzweil’s Predictions For 3D Printing at The 2014 Google I/O Conference - 3D Printing Industry →

    (Source: personalfactory)

    — 3 weeks ago with 5 notes