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The quantum Internet is a term that has been bandied about a lot recently. And, for the moment it is utter nonsense. The Internet connects computers, so the quantum Internet pre-supposes the existence of useful quantum computers. The Internet also involves arbitrary on-the-fly routing through many intermediate stations, while current quantum communications protocols rely on point-to-point connections. I can't think of anything less Internet-like than that. The nice thing about buzzwords, though, is that some people take them seriously while also recognizing the problems inherent to the idea.
Designing Log Periodic Antennas By Glen Dash, Ampyx LLC, GlenDash at alum.mit.edu Copyright 2000, 2005 Ampyx LLC
Description: With over a couple of billion web pages on the Internet, it is but tempting to see how one can mine much of this information for fun or for profit. In this video, i run you through how to program a web crawler which will fetch pages and parse their content, so it can be converted into a useful format. <br><br>The web crawler which we create in this tutorial, consists of mainly 2 parts:<br> Disclaimer: We are a infosec video aggregator and this video is linked from an external website. The original author may be different from the user re-posting/linking it here.
Download: kismet-log-viewer-0.9.7.tar.gz (14k) Intro: The Kismet Log Viewer (KLV) takes Kismet .xml log files and produces a nicely formatted html interface to browse the logs with.