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guessing this is for electric cars ?

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Two Australian satellites, feared lost after being deployed from the International Space Station, have been recovered by UNSW engineers after weeks of a fraught, and at times heart-stopping, recovery operation.



https://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/science-tech/unsw-thrilling-rescue-%E2%80%98lost%E2%80%99-aussie-satellites





a crucial part of the article is where it mentions "ham radio"

that made possible what governments and the commercial world were not able to do.


Networks of of people brought together by a shared interest in something can benefit everyone in more ways than than a lot of people realise.

Electronic (origins) - Clan Analogue 25th Anniversary LIVE event
Starts:  Saturday July 15, 2017 @ 8:00 PM
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Date: Saturday, 15th July 2017
Time: 8pm

In June 1992 the first 'gathering' of Clan Analogue was held in an apartment in Randwick. From this initial mobilisation formed a collective that took on the musical establishment promoting gigs, pressing vinyl and putting on a 12 hour Bob Moog's Birthday festival in Sydney Park, amongst other activities we can't mention.

To celebrate this anniversary a lineup of 1st Generation Clan Analogue artists will perform across two rooms at 107 Projects in Redfern.

Acts are re-forming, equipment is being repaired, records are being dug out of dusty cupboards, video code is being rebooted. Prepare to experience an early 90s electronic event like you never have before (even in the 90s).

Featuring LIVE: Size, Telharmoneom, Swlabr, Nanotech (& sons), The Family, Mike the Moog. ..

These artists featured on the initial releases from Clan between 1992 and 1995 including the four 12 inch Vinyl EPs, the "live at the Goethe" VHS video and the double CD compilation "Cog".

Live sets from over 20 years ago are being reconstructed for this one-off event.



+ DJs: Lesa, Bass Bitch, Ommy Looper, Ding, Dot, Michael MD ...

Video: Spikey Balls, Vulvarts, Nanotech. ..

+ more to be announced



DJs will drop tailored "early 90s" sets of classic electronic music. .. including trax from other Clan acts from this era.

electronic 20C is a screen project gathering images, sounds and memories of this movement before the neurons fail. There will be cameras at this event and your image may be captured if you attend.

Event produced by Brendan Palmer in collaboration with past and present Clan Analogue members.

107 is an all ages licensed venue,
strictly no BYO alcohol


http://www.spraci.com/events/385287

http://www.clananalogue.org/





#clan_analogue #music #electro #techno #dub #breaks #ambient #live
Location:  107 Projects, 107 Redfern St, Redfern, NSW, AU

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EFF: A Call to the Security Community: The W3C's DRM Extension Must Be Investigated

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), once the force for open standards that kept browsers from locking publishers to their proprietary capabilities, has changed its mission. Since 2013, the organization has provided a forum where today's dominant browser companies and the dominant entertainment companies can collaborate on a system to let our browsers control our behavior, rather than the other way.

This system, "Encrypted Media Extensions" (EME) uses standards-defined code to funnel video into a proprietary container called a "Content Decryption Module." For a new browser to support this new video streaming standard -- which major studios and cable operators are pushing for -- it would have to convince those entertainment companies or one of their partners to let them have a CDM, or this part of the "open" Web would not display in their new browser.

This is the opposite of every W3C standard to date: once, all you needed to do to render content sent by a server was follow the standard, not get permission. If browsers had needed permission to render a page a
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EFF: Save Firefox!
Save Firefox!

Once upon a time, there were two major browsers that virtually everyone used: Netscape and Internet Explorer, locked in a death-battle for the future of the Web. They went to enormous lengths to tempt Web publishers to optimize their sites to work best inside their windows, and hoped that users would follow.

Then, a game-changer: the open, nonprofit Mozilla browser spun out of Netscape, with the mission of putting users, not publishers, in charge. Mozilla defaulted to blocking pop-up ads, the scourge of the early Web. It was a step none of the major browsers could afford to take, because publishers were convinced they would go broke without them, and any company whose browser blocked pop-ups by default would alienate the publishers, who'd throw their lot in with the competition.

A little over a decade later, and the world of browsers is unrecognizable: Mozilla turned into Firefox; Internet Explorer turned into Edge, Apple launched Safar
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for those craving for something electronic and tasty (as in music) *** turn on 2ser right now! ***

.. just turned on the radio and hearing something more than a bit enviourating maybe a bit of wow in our techno ..

yes !!!!!

liking this show!

Solid Steel Show

I think thats the Ninga Tune Coldcut show from the UK ? ..

.. nice to hear that on the radio again!

recommended! ...

hey does anyone know where to change the date format in thunderbird?

that us-localised format gets confusing at times.

(not a big one given that its only like that on the display)

https://publicpolicy.googleblog.com/2016/03/joining-together-to-avoid-troubling.html

wtf? anyone know what thats about?

is this why with each update browsers seem less and less secure over the past year?

sure its probably a less scary possible cause than some of the other possibilities but still not something that should happen.

and clearly if thats is an ancient US law and only affects the US then obviously we shouldnt be havig this trouble here,,, but those browsers are from the US and probably the same as those for US users.

maybe time look for browsers and operating system that come from other countries? (or at least versions made for other countries) ?

but who knows what they are showing us.. their blurb supporting tpp doesn't make me feel any better about the tpp (which I'm guessing is probably still waiting to be debated one more time in the US so not yet fully signed guessing that probably won't happen till some time afte... show more

those copyright extremists demands get more ridiculous every week but this is no joke and there needs to be an enquiry into what corruption could have let such extremisism find its way into any house of government.

what other explanation other than corruption could fit? .. Its obviouisly not a proposal anything with any inegrity or anyone expecting to be seen as in any way credible would take serously..

Does anyone remember voting for the mafia in an election?. .. ...didn't think so...

this nonsense has gone way too far

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2015/05/eff-joins-new-global-campaign-save-link

#corruption #censorship #stoptheattacks #endcorruption #extortion #saynotowalledgardens

hey is there a new tls/browser problem turning up a lot in the last couple of days?

In the last three days I've seen quite a few https sites showing certificates for incorrect domains (domains of other unrelated sites)
at least one spoof site spotted (the first time I saw this haooen and the only case so far where I had been there before and knew what it normally looks like - I saw an imitation page, but not a good imitation (guessing they probably didn't have much of a clue about what they are trying to imitate)

Since then seen this stuff happen on quite a few other sites (unrelated to each other as far as I know)

On some of those sites using unencrypted http appears to go to the correct site That probably rules out dns trouble (because that would affect both https and http)

others are unreachable using http but given that a lot of sites redirect http to https (which would probably get the wrong cert again) whether that could have worked is unknown - guessing possibly.

how are those scammers injecting a certificate that belongs to a totally diff... show more

freedom of association is a basic human right

don't say we have democracy or anything even close if freedom of association is restricted or if exclusive control of social communication online is handed to a cartel because that would be a LIE

democracy without freedom of assocation is impossible

the attacks on public discussion and sleazy attempts to force everything to be restricted to only people you already know and attempts to frighten people and manipulate opinion and steal everyones identities into "the cloud" must stop.

please remember this at the election

and remember there is no cloud, just other people computers. it is not a good idea to put your private data on someone else's computer without thinking about whether you can trust them,

Devil Fish 303 mods

remember this?

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it just turned up in a search ...

#music #acid #techno

seems like some kind of scammers or extremists are doing that to lots of people .. its bad for the real economy too because ALL businesses are probably finding it harder to sell anything because everyone's trust in just about everything is being destroyed by those scammers. The honest ones are being hurt the most. for those I do trust out there please understand why i haven't beein shopping online lately - it looks too dangerous to use a credit card right now. if you want more customers think avbout lettig them pay by safer means its too rsky right now to use credit card. please provide a safer means of payment. yes I understand its hard but its just too scary to do that)

whats going on with identi.ca?

seeing sort of spoof here

certificate for some other domain (some site with hack vanity crap in title)

that looks bad - maybe dns foulplay?

whats going on?
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