Jul 16, 2014
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futurescope:

JIBO, The World’s First Family Robot

#TIL that Kickstarter videos are an - almost independent - subcategory of corporate flat-pack futures. And this one is their new leader. It’s too cute to be true. So let’s wait for the first delivered batch. Nevertheless, the team makes an excellent impression. I hope they don’t neglect the IoT-discussion about data protection & surveillance.

JIBO is the perfect robot for everyone in the family. Because JIBO is an open platform, his skills and uses will grow, helping and delighting in ways even we haven’t even imagined…

WHAT JIBO CAN DO

See Two hi-res cameras recognize and track faces, capture photos, and enable immersive video calling.

Hear 360° microphones and natural language processing let you talk to JIBO from anywhere in the room.

Speak Hands-free reminders and messages, so you’ll never forget and can always be in touch.

Learn Artificial Intelligence algorithms learn your preferences to adapt and fit into your life.

Help Like a personal assistant, JIBO proactively helps you, to make everyday tasks simpler and easier.

RelateCommunicates and expresses using natural social and emotive cues so you understand each other better.

JIBO’S SKILLS

INTELLIGENT & HANDS-FREE
Assistant Politely reminds you of important tasks and events to help you stay on top of things.
Messenger Recognizes you and each member of your household, to deliver the right messages to the right people at the right time & place.

EMOTIONAL CONNECTOR
Photographer Uses natural cues like movement, speech, and smile detection to know when someone’s posing for a picture.
Avatar See-and-track camera makes it easy to turn and look at people, to support video calling as if you are in the room.

FUN & SUPPORTIVE
Storyteller Sound effects, graphics and physical movements make a responsive and interactive storytelling experience.
CompanionPhysical presence with helpfulness and heart, JIBO will put a smile on your face and make you feel better.

[myjibo] [indiegogo]

is it only me or is this completely creepy?

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Jul 16, 2014
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Tumblr’s David Karp Defends Net Neutrality: "…Imagine a world where the next kids getting started with their vision, with their big idea, are stuck having to think about negotiating or establishing relationships with these big gatekeepers before they are able to think about doing anything ambitious on the Internet. That’s a really, really scary notion and one that we need to work very hard, and will be working very hard, to make sure it does not happen."
— Tumblr CEO David Karp (david), advocating net neutrality at Wired BizCon on May 13, 2014 in New York City.
More about Tumblr and net neutrality.

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Tumblr’s David Karp Defends Net Neutrality: 
"…Imagine a world where the next kids getting started with their vision, with their big idea, are stuck having to think about negotiating or establishing relationships with these big gatekeepers before they are able to think about doing anything ambitious on the Internet. That’s a really, really scary notion and one that we need to work very hard, and will be working very hard, to make sure it does not happen."

— Tumblr CEO David Karp (david), advocating net neutrality at Wired BizCon on May 13, 2014 in New York City.

More about Tumblr and net neutrality.

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Jul 16, 2014
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pauldegregorio:

Privacy. More here.

pauldegregorio:

Privacy. More here.

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Jul 16, 2014
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m-inima:

Darren Almond - Perfect Time (2012)

m-inima:

Darren Almond - Perfect Time (2012)

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Jul 16, 2014
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trueemergence:

And I was considered crazy for ever talking about it

trueemergence:

And I was considered crazy for ever talking about it

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Jul 16, 2014
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Are you an extremist?
Since the news broke yesterday that we are an extremist publication according to the NSA, we at Linux Journal have thought a lot about what that might mean to our readers.
[…] So please join us in pronouncing that we support extremist causes like open source, online freedom, and the dissemination of helpful technical knowledge by adding one of these lovely graphics to your picture. And as always, thanks for your support. Available in red, black, or white.

Are you an extremist?

Since the news broke yesterday that we are an extremist publication according to the NSA, we at Linux Journal have thought a lot about what that might mean to our readers.

[…] So please join us in pronouncing that we support extremist causes like open source, online freedom, and the dissemination of helpful technical knowledge by adding one of these lovely graphics to your picture. And as always, thanks for your support. Available in red, black, or white.

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Jul 16, 2014
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biutifoolbeastard:

A Hacker Artist Sent the NSA an Encrypted, Theoretically Uncrackable Mixtape
http://motherboard.vice.com/read/a-hacker-artist-sent-the-nsa-an-encrypted-mixtape-they-cant-crack

biutifoolbeastard:

A Hacker Artist Sent the NSA an Encrypted, Theoretically Uncrackable Mixtape

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/a-hacker-artist-sent-the-nsa-an-encrypted-mixtape-they-cant-crack

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Jul 16, 2014
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In the name of security, German NSA committee may turn to typewriters

burnerapp:

Privacy in the 21st Century: To prevent digital leaks, Germany (and Russia) may turn to analog

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Jul 15, 2014
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thinksquad:

The UK intelligence agency GCHQ has developed sophisticated tools to manipulate online polls, spam targets with SMS messages, track people by impersonating spammers and monitor social media postings, according to newly-published documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jul/14/gchq-tools-manipulate-online-information-leak

Jul 10, 2014
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NSA: Linux Journal is an "extremist forum" and its readers get flagged for extra surveillance

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Jul 10, 2014
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stopsmecold:

Gotcha bitches !!!

stopsmecold:

Gotcha bitches !!!

Jul 10, 2014
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