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@bibbleco@infosec.exchange
2024-03-17 08:30:44

All we need is for directed energy lasers to be small enough to be carried by a drone, and some sort of magical remote sensing drone detection likewise (acoustic, perhaps? Hmmm, a bit more thought required), and hey presto -- huge aerial formations, - swarms! - of drones firing lasers at each other. And the goodies could have green lasers, and the baddies, red. And the actual humans could stay in bed and outsource the miserable infantry fighting bit to laser-wielding autonomous flying AIs... #what_could_possibly_go_wrong
#feverdream #directedenergyweapons #dronewarfare

@nuthatch@infosec.exchange
2024-02-11 15:44:48

chalkbelfast.bandcamp.com/trac
I’m usually parked and seated at my desk by time this one comes on but it’s a strong start to the day.
“Chalk is the three-piece project of Irish musicians and now Academy Award winning filmmakers Ross Cullen Benedict Goddard and Luke Niblock. The band was formed in 2019 after they met whilst studying film and realised they shared the same musical vision and ambitions."

@mimoqc@writing.exchange
2024-04-02 03:25:41

"At least two dozen countries worldwide have already made the sensible transition to some form of automatic tax filing, not necessarily just for low-income citizens, but in many cases for everyone. The UK, Japan, Australia, Denmark, Chile, and Portugal have implemented some version of an automated, digital tax system, and none of them have turned back."
How the tax industry is keeping automatic filing out of reach – Canadian Dimension

@azonenberg@ioc.exchange
2024-03-22 15:23:54

Trigger crossbar front panel board is back from fab.
It looks like I mostly pulled off the 0.5mm pitch BGA, but the Vbat via looks to be insufficiently tented so I might get it failing open there. Should have moved the via slightly further away from the ball to reduce the risk of such a failure.
Good news is, I don't think this will matter for two reasons.
1) The actual Vbat ball is not the one next to the via, it's the one to the right. The outer-ring ball is an un…

Nominally 250 μm via with an actual measured diameter of 310 μm
Overview of BGA footprint showing fanout
@metacurity@infosec.exchange
2024-01-22 20:14:15

This was not a "hoax" but rather an idiotic adolescent joke.
A university student sent a joke message to his friends about blowing up the plane he was about to board; somehow, authorities got a hold of it while the plane was in mid-flight and sent two fighter jets to flank the plane until it landed.
British man Aditya Verma appears in Spanish court over plane-bomb hoax

@AnthonyCollette@infosec.exchange
2024-02-22 14:06:04

For Security Teams Inside Organizations
Let’s take a deep dive into this piece of consumer messaging —
1958. American Football. A sports reporter bluntly asks coach Vince Lombardi “What are you going to change to turn this team around after a string of failures and losing seasons?”
His reply: “I am not going to change anything. We will use the same players, the same plays and the same training system. But we will concentrate on becoming brilliant at the basics.”
This is an incredibly motivating message. And it paid off!
In the next nine seasons, Coach Lombardi’s team, the Green Bay Packers, went on to win five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls.
The phrase “Brilliant At The Basics” found its way into popular culture, becoming a recurring theme.
And the graphic? For the general public, the lightbulb image = Good Idea.
Consumers are already familiar with these two concepts.
In Your Organization, You Define “The Basics”
Find the sweet spot between everything that’s possible and what your users are willing and able to do.
☑️ Ask yourself "What should our users know? What actions should they take?"
☑️ Define them clearly and give them a simple, catchy name — "The Basics."
☑️ Show your users "This Is How We Do It Here."
☑️ Let them know they can master The Basics.
☑️ Then let your users know there's More Where That Came From, if they're interested, but … The Basics are the focus.
We should deliver cybersecurity advice to non-technical people in bite-size, digestible pieces. Consumers hate feeling like they’re at the pointy end of a firehose. And they don’t like being lectured to. Let’s not overwhelm them. First lay a strong foundation, then line by line, concept by concept — build up from there.
My partner led consumer product development programs that sold $100M and $400M of consumer products every year. Now he develops consumer products for Pokémon. We have hard-won experience when it comes to speaking to and persuading consumers.
We want to share that with you.
Would you like to experiment with this messaging and these laptop stickers in your organization?
Three additional benefits for you:
☑️ Over time, if The Basics in your organization change, the graphics and the laptop stickers stay the same.
☑️ A campaign like this might help identify potential Cyber Champions in your organization.
☑️ The laptop stickers provide persistent visibility for Cybersecurity within your organization.
We’d be happy to send some free samples for you to try out with your users.
1.) Visit this Brilliant At The Basic page on our website: #BrilliantAtTheBasics
_________________
♻️ Please feel free to share this post and let others know about this offer.

@hikingdude@mastodon.social
2024-03-25 20:14:19

Hi friends!
The last two #photos from my photowalk in January! I rarely do macros but that day I wasn't out for hiking but really for #photography. So I thought, I could also step down into the frozen stream, take some time and look for tiny structures.
Needless to say that I was…

This image captures a serene, small waterfall cascading gently into a river, set against a backdrop that whispers the essence of winter. The landscape is enveloped in snow, creating a harmonious blend with nature's quietude. The black and white tonality of the photograph enhances the timeless beauty of this winter scene, emphasizing the contrasting textures of the flowing water and the snowy banks. Amidst this tranquil setting, a mammal, possibly searching for food or simply crossing the water,…
This captivating image showcases the serene beauty of a frozen waterfall nestled amidst a winter landscape. The scene is enveloped in a blanket of snow, emphasizing the season's quiet and peaceful ambiance. Dominated by shades of grey and white, the photograph presents a harmonious blend of the winter's chill and nature's grace. The waterfall, now a sculpture of ice, becomes the central figure, surrounded by snow-covered trees that stand as silent guardians of this secluded spot. The stream tha…
@AnthonyCollette@infosec.exchange
2024-02-22 14:06:04

For Security Teams Inside Organizations
Let’s take a deep dive into this piece of consumer messaging —
1958. American Football. A sports reporter bluntly asks coach Vince Lombardi “What are you going to change to turn this team around after a string of failures and losing seasons?”
His reply: “I am not going to change anything. We will use the same players, the same plays and the same training system. But we will concentrate on becoming brilliant at the basics.”
This is an incredibly motivating message. And it paid off!
In the next nine seasons, Coach Lombardi’s team, the Green Bay Packers, went on to win five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls.
The phrase “Brilliant At The Basics” found its way into popular culture, becoming a recurring theme.
And the graphic? For the general public, the lightbulb image = Good Idea.
Consumers are already familiar with these two concepts.
In Your Organization, You Define “The Basics”
Find the sweet spot between everything that’s possible and what your users are willing and able to do.
☑️ Ask yourself "What should our users know? What actions should they take?"
☑️ Define them clearly and give them a simple, catchy name — "The Basics."
☑️ Show your users "This Is How We Do It Here."
☑️ Let them know they can master The Basics.
☑️ Then let your users know there's More Where That Came From, if they're interested, but … The Basics are the focus.
We should deliver cybersecurity advice to non-technical people in bite-size, digestible pieces. Consumers hate feeling like they’re at the pointy end of a firehose. And they don’t like being lectured to. Let’s not overwhelm them. First lay a strong foundation, then line by line, concept by concept — build up from there.
My partner led consumer product development programs that sold $100M and $400M of consumer products every year. Now he develops consumer products for Pokémon. We have hard-won experience when it comes to speaking to and persuading consumers.
We want to share that with you.
Would you like to experiment with this messaging and these laptop stickers in your organization?
Three additional benefits for you:
☑️ Over time, if The Basics in your organization change, the graphics and the laptop stickers stay the same.
☑️ A campaign like this might help identify potential Cyber Champions in your organization.
☑️ The laptop stickers provide persistent visibility for Cybersecurity within your organization.
We’d be happy to send some free samples for you to try out with your users.
1.) Visit this Brilliant At The Basic page on our website: #BrilliantAtTheBasics
_________________
♻️ Please feel free to share this post and let others know about this offer.

@arXiv_condmatstrel_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-04-01 07:01:37

Local magnetic moment formation and Kondo screening in the presence of Hund exchange: the two-band Hubbard model analysis
T. B. Mazitov, A. A. Katanin
arxiv.org/abs/2403.20036