online graphical dictionary and thesaurus Visuwords™ online graphical dictionary — Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts. Produce diagrams reminiscent of a neural net. Learn how words associate. Enter words into the search box to look them up or double-click a node to expand the tree. Click and drag the background to pan around and use the mouse wheel to zoom. Hover over nodes to see the definition and click and drag individual nodes to move them around to help clarify connections. Anonymous vs. HBGary: the aftermath The RSA security conference took place February 14-18 in San Francisco, and malware response company HBGary planned on a big announcement. The firm was about to unveil a new appliance called "Razor," a specialized computer plugged into corporate networks that could scan company computers for viruses, rootkits, and custom malware—even malicious code that had never been seen before. Razor "captures all executable code within the Windows operating system and running programs that can be found in physical memory," said HBGary, and it then "'detonates' these captured files within a virtual machine and performs extremely low level tracing of all instructions." Certain behaviors—rather than confirmed signatures—would suggest the presence of malware inside the company. The HBGary team headed over early to the RSA venue at the Moscone Center in order to set up their booth on the exhibition floor. Nerves were on edge.
Booklover Recently (as in the past year and a half) I have been in a reading slump. I read here and there but haven’t been striving to read as much. This is kinda silly as I am studying Creative Writing and should be reading every day, thriving on literature. This hasn’t really kicked in yet.So, I would like to offer a prize? rather a you help me, I help you? I want everyone to message a book that you adore, one that achingly resonates with you, one that you think might inspire me.
Wikibooks Growth of the eight largest Wikibooks sites (by language), July 2003–Jan 2010 Wikibooks (previously called Wikimedia Free Textbook Project and Wikimedia-Textbooks) is a wiki based Wikimedia project hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation for the creation of free content textbooks and annotated texts that anyone can edit. In April 2010, Alexa ranked wikibooks.org as the 2,462nd most popular web site in the world. Compete.com estimates that Wikibooks had 576,838 unique visitors, and Quantcast estimates 646,500 unique visitors from the United States in that month. History The wikibooks.org domain was registered on July 19, 2003 (2003-07-19), and launched in response to a request made by Wikipedia contributor Karl Wick for a project to host and build free textbooks on subjects such as organic chemistry and physics.
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HBGary leaked emails Type: Other > Other Files: Size: 4.71 GiB (5053424159 Bytes) Uploaded: The Ateneo Grand Splendid Bookstore Link: We just published our first Travel Book Argentinians are a famously literary people. In coffee shops, parks, on the bus and even while walking down city streets, their heads are often buried in a book. So it’s only fitting that Buenos Aires can lay claim to one of the world’s most incredible book stores: the Ateneo Grand Splendid. Soon after we arrived, Jürgen asked what I wanted to do first in Buenos Aires. “ATENEO ATENEO!” Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia logo mosaic, created to commemorate the one millionth file at Wikimedia Commons Featured picture nominations per month (2004 – 2012) Wikimedia Commons (or simply Commons) is an online repository of free-use images, sound, and other media files. It is a project of the Wikimedia Foundation. Files from Wikimedia Commons can be used across all Wikimedia projects in all languages, including Wikipedia, Wikibooks, Wikivoyage, Wikispecies, Wikisource, and Wikinews, or downloaded for offsite use. The repository contains over 20 million media files. In July 2013, the number of edits on Commons reached 100,000,000. History
Open Source Textbooks - IAE-Pedia Introduction We are all used to the idea of free public lending libraries. Benjamin Franklin helped to get this idea started in the United States well over 200 years ago. Moreover, the idea of free public schools for all is well accepted. Thus, it is not too great a leap to have a vision of education and educational materials being made available free to people of all ages throughout the world. Alive & Free A page of links to recent works (free) on-line from living authors: Books, Book Excerpts, Long Fiction/Non-Fiction. (* indicates complete book on-line.) Fiction Dead Doll Humility by Kathy Acker Obsession by Kathy Acker The Use of Pastebin Pastebin is a popular website for storing and sharing text. Though it’s mostly used for distributing legitimate data, it seems to be frequently used as a public repository of stolen information, such as network configuration details and authentication records. Various hacker groups and individuals seem to be using Pastebin to distribute their loot; the highest-profile publisher in the recent weeks was LulzSec. What’s Popular on Pastebin To get a taste for the kind of information available on Pastebin, take a look at its Trending Pastes page.