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Hacker NeededPosted by kodrik on Tuesday August 19, 2014 @ 12:58pm
[ Security ]
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I need a security review to be done on a system we run, so we basically need someone to try to hack it anyway possible and to record the methods used and the results. Password stealing and downloading of data, sql injection, server access...
If you know anyone with real hacking skills who would be interested, send him my way
ca at urvenue dot com
Real life GTAPosted by Krux on Sunday August 17, 2014 @ 11:05am
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Real life driving in the third person. Disappointed however, since they didn't run over any pedestrians, or kill any hookers. I don't think you can call it GTA without those things.
talking about gamesPosted by Stealth on Monday July 21, 2014 @ 04:41pm
[ Games ]
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There hasn't been a good FPS style game in a while.. nothing that is ground breaking.. If you haven't seen it before, allow me to present - The Division. It looks very very awesome and I'm looking forward to giving it a go. That and the new Far Cry. I enjoyed far Cry 3.. very fun, 4 looks good too.
Blacker than blackPosted by MadArab on Tuesday July 15, 2014 @ 11:54am
[ Science! ]
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For your Obsidian heart Krux, I present you with Vantablack!
Caliber, you should go talk to this chap:
Stephen Westland, professor of colour science and technology at Leeds University, told the paper: 'These new materials, they are pretty much as black as we can get, almost as close to a black hole as we could imagine.'
ISEE-3 Reboot ProjectPosted by Krux on Saturday May 31, 2014 @ 12:25pm
[ Science! ]
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They did it!
A group of citizen scientists has successfully established communication with an inactive NASA spacecraft in an attempt to breathe new scientific life into a more than 35-year-old agency mission.
NASA signed a Non-Reimbursable Space Act Agreement (NRSAA) with Skycorp, Inc., in Los Gatos, California, on May 21 that allows the company to contact, and possibly command and control, NASA's International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 (ISEE-3) spacecraft as part of the company's ISEE-3 Reboot Project. On May 29, the project team established two-way communication with the ISEE-3 spacecraft and began commanding it to perform specific functions.
First contact with ISEE-3 was achieved at the Arecibo Radio Observatory in Puerto Rico. The initial contact was a tone followed by specific commands. The team has changed modes so the spacecraft will broadcast telemetry information. Over the coming days and weeks they are planning to assess the spacecraft's overall health and refine the techniques required to fire its engines and bring it back to an orbit near Earth.
Halt! Who goes there??Posted by Ghostalker on Friday May 23, 2014 @ 11:21am
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Definitely going to give this new AMC show a look. You can stream it now before the premiere.
zork 1 online error messagePosted by cawa on Monday May 19, 2014 @ 12:58pm
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When I play Zork I get all kinds of random places to go - eg from the art gallery to the bank. I also have an error message "404 what now?" I'd like to just quit this game and try to start another but it won't let me. HELP!!
Zork broken?Posted by TheNewAgeGamer on Saturday May 10, 2014 @ 05:28pm
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I was playing the zork game, and at a certain point (I think after my first few actions in the dungeon), the game became unplayable. I started to notice that commands I was giving would produce a response that didn't match information about the room I was in - but when I looked up to make sure I had the info right, it had changed. I started randomly typing in directions, and eventually started moving again - but that was the only way I could move.
Then, when I typed in the "look" command repeatedly, the information changed every time.
It appears as if the game was changing what room I was in every time I took an action - making it entirely unplayable.
Whoever runs the website - please fix this; the version on here is really the only one I could find where saving wasn't incredibly laborious...