Monday, January 27, 2014

Quantum-Encrypted Assassors


You can now donate BitCoins for the crowdsourced assassination of whichever "world villains" are in the running. The total amount "donated" goes to the assassin as a bounty, minus the commission fee for the transaction, of course. The sites gatekeeper ultimately gets to decide who makes the list which would potentially make him a very powerful person. Unless its a chick that runs it. If that's the case, nobody's safe.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Going Back 2 Cali Part II: Acoustic Boogaloo



I'll be in S.B. proper between Feb 12 - 17... We should definitely hang out and do stuff. Rumor has it M. Night ShamaLydon will be in town. Don't quote me on that.

edit: Fun Cleansmanship Fact: Did you know Cleansmanship is one of about a dozen websites I regularly visit on the internet? The rest of the internet is effectively dead to me now. Here's my most trafficked webites, roughly in order (valuable data to the right bot):

1. Facebook
2. Wikipedia
3. Google
4. Google News
5. Google Finance
6. Cleansmanship
7. YouTube
8. Google Maps
9. LAPD Blog
10. Huffington Post
11. Yahoo! Finance
12. CNBC Pre-Market Data

The Ukraine is STRONG.


Monday, January 13, 2014

I.... JUST WANNA TELL YOU HOW I'M FEELING



Never Gonna Smell Your Teen Spirit.
The new vocals give the guitar solo an especially poignant flare. Next time I do karaoke, if I ever do it again, I'm going to request Nirvana but bring in Rick's lyric sheet.

Thursday, January 09, 2014

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

I Lol'd


I don't even own a dog.

Sunday, January 05, 2014

Cleansmanship Simulator 2K14

Here's a link to the latest in Blog simulation: Cleansmanship Simulator 2K14 Kevin, did you make it home from the new year's party alive and un-incarcerated?

Thursday, January 02, 2014

SNOWDEN!! But you already knew it was true... I mean, c'mon.


Report: NSA trying to build code-cracking 'quantum computer'


The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) is trying to develop a computer that could ultimately break most encryption programs, whether they are used to protect other nations' spying programs or consumers' bank accounts, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
The report, which the newspaper said was based on documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, comes amid continuing controversy over the spy agency's program to collect the phone records and Internet communications of private citizens.
In its report on Thursday, The Washington Post said that the NSA is trying to develop a so-called "quantum computer" that could be used to break encryption codes used to cloak sensitive information.
Such a computer, which would be able to perform several calculations at once instead of in a single stream, would have implications for such fields as medicine, the newspaper reported, and would take years to develop.
The research is part of a $79.7 million research program called "Penetrating Hard Targets." Other, non-governmental researchers are also trying to develop quantum computers, and it is not clear whether the NSA program lags behind the private efforts or is ahead of them.
Some technology companies such as Google and Yahoo! have said in recent weeks that they were stepping up efforts to encrypt their communications following reports that the NSA had been able to break or circumvent many of the current encryption standards.

Courtesy of George Takei's Facebook


Meta-english at its Finest.