A request, please boost.

Anyone who does podcasts in the IT/infosec/hacking world... I would like to be a guest sometime if you'd have me...

I need to up BlackFire's visibility, and as such, talking is a great way to do that.

So, if you are ever looking for a guest/stand in co-host/ whatever... I am available.

Alright, instructions on running a BBS with tor are now up on git: github.com/ajroach42/Docs/blob

Please make comments, suggestions, etc. There is some formatting weirdness going on that I'll have to fix, and there are a Lot of topics I haven't covered yet.

*Connecting to a Tor BBS* will be it's own document that goes in to detail, but it should also be a section in this doc.

pull requests welcome!

1995: Computers are "anything machines". You can create music, write programs, do word processing, and network with anyone all over the world. And you can do them all simultaneously.

2019: In order to even think about using our web page you'll want to download the app onto your phone so we can track the living shit out of you and make sure you keep your full attention on US.

Bowling averages are way up, mini-golf scores are way down.

Data-mining reveals that 80% of books published 1924-63 never had their copyrights renewed and are now in the public domain.

boingboing.net/2019/08/01/80pc?

This might be old news, but the guys at Protonmail are opening up more of their code.

gopenpgp.org/

The clock seems to have turned back twenty years as I discover the large cache of old-school winamp skins collected at archive.org

archive.org/details/winampskin

If you missed it: here's my interview with William Gibson. youtu.be/HhkoIwKs5PA
Talking cyberpunk, the atemporal future, and Johnny Mnemonic inside-baseball with the writer of Neuromancer and godfather himself.

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