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I2P Anonymous Network

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The Freenet Project - /index Phantom - System for generic, decentralized, unstoppable internet anonymity The Phantom protocol is a system for decentralized anonymization of generic network traffic. It has been designed with the following main goals in mind: 1. Completely decentralized. - No critical or weak points to attack or put (il)legal pressure on. 2. - Direct technical destructive attacks will practically be the only possible way to even attempt to stop it. 3. - Probabilistic methods (contrary to deterministic methods) must be used in a completely decentralized design like this, where no other peer can be trusted, so focus is put on optimizing these methods. 4. - This is simple in itself, but still important in the context of anonymization. 5. - No one should have to worry about crimes being perpetrated from their own IP address. 6. - You never know what the next draconian law might be. 7. - Most existing anonymization solutions are practically unusable for (or even prohibit) larger data volumes. 8. The latest version of the source release package can always be downloaded here.

How to stop DNS leakage while using a VPN | Privacy Lover The DNS leakage problem explained Whenever you type a domain name, your Internet browser contacts a DNS server and makes a DNS Query. Most Virtual Private Network providers fail to mention that while your connexion is encrypted using a VPN there is a high chance that a DNS leak will occur and your ISP will still be able to see what you are doing over the internet. The problem occurs primarily when routers and computers are set to use automatic DHCP, this can force name lookups to bypass the name server supplied by the active VPN connection and instead use the one supplied by your ISP which allows them to see the websites you visit. DNS leak test If you want to check if you suffer from DNS leakage, connect to your usual VPN/proxy and visit After you click on Test my DNS you should ignore everything and look only on top of the page where it says DNS Resolver(s) tested. Solving DNS leakage List of free public DNS providers: Comodo public DNS Google public DNS

50 Excellent Adobe After Effect Tutorials Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics and compositing software. Its main purpose is for film and video post-production. With Adobe After Effects it’s possible to create so great looking visual effects as in “Hollywood style” movies. Adobe After Effects is mainly used to create visual effects for commercials and movies but you can also create image slide-shows, some small videos, transition effects for websites and stuff like that. It is not difficult to learn by your own. You only need to find some good tutorials and you are ready to start. For beginners Introduction to Adobe After Effects | Andrew Kramer Basic effects | Andrew KramerLearn to create some basic effects using After Effects. Animation | Andrew KramerNow you can learn how to create an animation. Trim Paths | Aharon RabinowitzLearn how to create simple trim paths. Simple Reflection Techniques | Aharon RabinowitzVery simple but cool technique creating reflections. Rendering | Shoaib KhanLearn about rendering your video.

42 Free Online Magazines for Designers Art and design magazines are designers close companion. Not only it feeds us with latest trends and news in the design industry, it’s also a good source of inspiration, particularly useful for those who hit the design block frequently. Just in case you weren’t aware, there’s a huge pool of free magazines on the net related to the design field; we meant those softcopy magazines you can either browse online or download (.PDF, .SWF) for offline viewing. Not only they have high quality content, each issue released is also free. Eye Magazine A very artistic and well-curated magazine, Eye has everything that a professional designer or a design student looks forward in a graphic design journal. Additionally, Eye Magazine informs you about the ongoing and upcoming events like design summits, workshops, exhibitions and talk sessions related to the graphic design and visual culture taking place all over the world. Frequency: Quarterly Idea Magazine Slanted Frequency: Biannually Creative Review net

Prêt à jeter Mardi 24 janvier 2012 à 20h35 Un produit usé = un produit vendu ! Dans les années 1920, des industriels américains ont trouvé la formule magique pour soutenir la consommation : l’obsolescence programmée. Fini les bas en nylon qui résistent à tout et les ampoules qui durent cent ans, un bon produit est un produit jetable. Tourné aux quatre coins du monde, Prêt à Jeter est une enquête sur les bases de notre économie moderne - consommation, gaspillage et pollution. © Article Z Insolite :Prêt à jeter raconte également l’histoire de la Centennial Light. Dans une société où la croissance est tirée par la consommation, les produits durables sont une catastrophe ! Pour rentabiliser les machines et soutenir la consommation, on a contraint les ingénieurs à réduire la durée de vie des produits. "À l'époque, le développement durable n'était pas au centre des préoccupations", rappelle Warner Philips, arrière-petit-fils des fondateurs de la marque du même nom.

Humans Appear Programmed to Obey Robots, Studies Suggest Two 8-foot robots recently began directing traffic in the capital city of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa. The automatons are little more than traffic lights dressed up as campy 1960s robots—and yet, drivers obey them more readily than the humans previously directing traffic there. Maybe it’s because the robots are bigger than the average traffic cop. Maybe it’s their fearsome metallic glint. Or maybe it’s because, in addition to their LED signals and stilted hand waving, they have multiple cameras recording ne’er-do-wells. “If a driver says that it is not going to respect the robot because it’s just a machine the robot is going to take that, and there will be a ticket for him,” Isaie Therese, the engineer behind the bots, told CCTV Africa. The Congolese bots provide a fascinating glimpse into human-robot interaction. Nao robot sitting beside a human researcher. Each time a participant protested, he was urged on by either the human or robot.

Fusker Fusker is a type of website or utility that extracts images from a web page, typically from free hosted galleries . Fusker software allows users to identify a sequence of images with a single pattern, for example: This would identify images pic1.jpg, pic2.jpg, through pic16.jpg. When this pattern is given to a fusker website, the website would produce a page that displays all sixteen images in that range. Fusker implementations [ edit source | edit beta ] Server-side fusker software extracts content (e.g. image or video) from its original location and displays it in a new page on the client-side (user's web browser). In addition, a fusker can also be implemented as client software that completely bypasses the need for a third-party fusker web site. Criticism [ edit source | edit beta ] Visitors to a fusker website frequently see copyrighted pornographic images that have been separated from their intended context, known as hot-linking .

Company About us imense® makes cutting-edge products which revolutionize the analysis, search and annotation of digital images and video. Founded in 2007, the company’s vision was to combine over a decade of research and development in content based image recognition (CBIR) to produce an image search system that didn’t rely on keywords or metadata. In 2008 we launched the World’s first Web 3.0 image search platform, the system revolutionized previous image analysis and search techniques. Using this unique technology, users are able to type text queries into the search engine and get precise results irrespective of whether the images had keywords or metadata. Subsequently, using our core technology we derived a portfolio of unique and innovative products and services for Photographers; Image Agencies; Search Engines and Digital Asset Management providers. Technology imense® pioneered an ontology based approach to visual information processing.