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fernsandmoss:

Andy Goldsworthy, Mud-Edged Trench, Yorkshire, April 1979

fernsandmoss:

Andy Goldsworthy, Mud-Edged Trench, Yorkshire, April 1979

downeastandout:

Artists and their most iconic pieces

mediapop:

This photo was posted by one guy and here is its story: “He went to Steak n Shake with his wife every year for valentine’s day since before he was married. This is his first year without a valentine.”

mediapop:

This photo was posted by one guy and here is its story: “He went to Steak n Shake with his wife every year for valentine’s day since before he was married. This is his first year without a valentine.”

nipresa:

Britain’s Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA) seizes domains in similar fashion to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But whereas American authorities’ placeholders are all businesslike neoclassicism, Britain’s look like something a phisher would email to scare you into giving up your PayPal password. The daftest part? Showing you your browser environment data, then threatening the operator of your Tor exit node with prosecution. (via Britain’s threatening and clueless domain takedown message - Boing Boing)

nipresa:

Britain’s Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA) seizes domains in similar fashion to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But whereas American authorities’ placeholders are all businesslike neoclassicism, Britain’s look like something a phisher would email to scare you into giving up your PayPal password. The daftest part? Showing you your browser environment data, then threatening the operator of your Tor exit node with prosecution. (via Britain’s threatening and clueless domain takedown message - Boing Boing)

jessicaclark:

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nevver:

Hey Oscar Wilde!

deadasdisco:

From ars technica:

Google has also added some new security functionality to Chrome. Every time that the user downloads a file, the browser will compare it against a whiltelist of known-good files and publishers. If the file isn’t in the whitelist, its URL will be transmitted…