whatever happened after 1992 (lead? the crime bill? demographic changes? i've heard a lot of explanations) sure made a lot of 80s hollywood action movies' predictions of the future very inaccurate.
Demolition Man is the peak of the "It is 1996. Crime is legal." genre
gotta be honest, i thought "online strangers being able to hack you through open ports" was an issue that was supposed to be solved back in the early 2000s? but apparently it's not? why is information security such a mess?
Uhhh why is @NintendoAmerica@twitter.com telling every Switch owner to effectively expose their consoles directly to the internet? Real excited for how fat-fingering the IP and forgetting / not being able to set UDP only can also expose anything else on folks’ home networks.
a poorly photoshopped picture of anti-homeless spikes in guangzhou, china
Caption this https://t.co/GCqXk1Cojd
my answer would be a pretty simple one:
get rid harry potter, avatar, and fast & furious
Let's cause some drama today! What's everyone getting rid of?
shork dj gorl
shark dj who doesnt have a name yet
made her for a university assignment but i like her so i might keep her
what is her name bros.....
sberbank apparently thinks that it's okay to make both usernames _and passwords_ case-insensitive >_<
@email@example.com Да, логин и пароль не чувствительны к регистру, чтобы пользователям было удобнее. Не переживайте, это безопасно.
there was a game I used to play like magic the gathering that was hacker/cyberpunk themed. it was recently rebooted by fantasy flight but then wizards of the coast killed it off again. so now there’s this non-profit that redid all the card art and flavor text so you can get reprinted proxies without having to deal with DMCA. it’s like the most cyber punk that could happen to this cyber punk card came. https://www.jinteki.net/