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Hint: It Ain't Twitter. (aka: An Open Letter to the Next Big Social Network I've held off writing this post for a long time, because I couldn't quite get my head around all the issues. It wouldn't be accurate to say there's something "wrong" with Facebook, and it's not like I don't spend a shitload of time ego-whoring around on Twitter too. Let's face it: I'm completely & utterly addicted to social networks & tha Interwebs. but: Something is Still Missing. Something is Wrong on the Internet and it's keeping me awake at night. however, i think i finally figured out what "IT" is...
IPew Attack Map About IPew Attack maps are the <blink> tag of information security. They are pure eye candy, meant to scare the general public and WOW unsuspecting executives visiting Security Operations Centers. Yet, security vendors keep cranking them out. We didn't want organizations without "real" data or l33t animation skills to to feel left out, so we built this map for anyone to use [CC BY-SA]. Plus, they're all missing sound effects!
The Federalist Papers - Congress.gov Resources - This web-friendly presentation of the original text of the Federalist Papers (also known as The Federalist) was obtained from the e-text archives of Project Gutenberg. For more information, see About the Federalist Papers. || Federalist No. 1 || General Introduction For the Independent Journal. Author: Alexander Hamilton Automating OSINT Blog On May 20, 2015 the ODNI released a trove of documents called “Bin Laden’s Bookshelf“. This included all kinds of materials including letters he had written, books he was reading and other various bits of information. This document released piqued my interest primarily because I was interested to see what the most common thing was that Bin Laden wrote about. I am fully aware that these documents are only a fraction of the material he had, but it seemed like a good exercise to stretch my Python legs and to learn a new API. This blog post will teach you how to analyze PDF’s (pretty useful all around really), and how to use the Alchemy API which is an extremely powerful data processing API that can do entity extraction, sentiment analysis, keyword extraction and a whole bunch of other stuff.
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Peace Revolution 002: The Million Dollar Education Gorgias by Plato 386 B.C.E. The Republic by Plato 380 B.C.E. Phaedrus by Plato 370 B.C.E. The Art of Rhetoric by Aristotle 322 B.C.E. The Metalogicon: A 12th Century Defense of the Trivium by John of Salisbury 1159 C.E. Utopia by Sir Thomas More 1516