Healthcare.gov: the latest excuse, oh my!

g-cvr-131107-obama-todd-545p.grid-3x2Isn’t it interesting how this latest excuse for the mal-performance of healthcare.gov fits so nicely with President Obama’s “burned by a website” expression of regret last night on NBC?

Could they be related? Nah… just a coincidence…. heh™

 

Researchers have uncovered software available on the Internet designed to overload the struggling Healthcare.gov website with more traffic than it can handle.
“ObamaCare is an affront to the Constitutional rights of the people,” a screenshot from the tool, which was acquired by researchers at Arbor Networks, declares. “We HAVE the right to CIVIL disobedience!”

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see also:     DDos Security Reports                ddos-call-graph

side note:  Isn’t it funny how commercial firms seem to be able to handle problems that have flummoxed the $600 million healthcare.gov website?

Denial-of-service tool targeting Healthcare.gov site discovered - Ars Technica_1383927670933Update:  It must be those dam teabaggers!  (heh™)2
One of the commenters on the source article has sherlocked his way to deducing that the source of the attack is from “someone older.”

Surveillance and Security Gadgets

“With all the attention being paid to Google Glass and privacy concerns and who is spying on whom these days, it reminded us it was time to catch up on the latest gadgets that you can use to keep an eye on things, or used by someone else to keep an eye on you. Every time we look into this category we come away with mixed feelings. On the one hand, these gadgets are somewhat fascinating devices but on the other hand, they are rather disturbing. Devices like these seem to make it so easy for anyone to spy on anyone else but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have to be used in a devious way. In any case, it’s a good idea to be aware of these devices that might be lurking in your vicinity and if you plan on using one yourself, just remember there are laws in place that limit their use.”  Click on  The Retrevo Blog for more information, including pictures and additional links.

(Nuke says:  Obviously, that last statement on applies to law-abiding citizens, and does not include liberals.)

A look at the internet


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Fack to the Buture

I knew it had to happen sooner or later.

Got me one of those fancy smart phones.

Dang.

El Nuko blasts into the 21st century. And it only took ten years!

Need another reason to use Firefox?

I saw a promo for a new Firefox plugin over at Gizmag, and thought it looked pretty interesting. What do you think?


Using the Firefox Vanish plugin, a user can create an email, a Google Doc document, a Facebook message, or a blog comment — specifying that the document or message should “vanish” in 8 hours. Before that 8-hour timeout expires, anyone who has access to the data can read it; however after that timer expires, nobody can read that web content — not the user, not Google, not Facebook, not a hacker who breaks into the cloud service, and not even someone who obtains a warrant for that data. That data — regardless of where stored or archived prior to the timeout — simply self-destructs and becomes permanently unreadable.

Now that’s a level of privacy that is sure to appeal to anyone who might be concerned that information contained in an email might become the next viral blog post.

Plus, if I’m reading the FAQ’s correctly, the Vanish system works hand in hand with any encryption program you are running, adding yet another layer of privacy.

How cool is that?

Click here to download Vanish.

Click here to learn more

hat-tip to the U-Dub research crew led by:

Roxana Geambasu | Yoshi Kohno | Amit Levy | Hank Levy

Breakthrough battery can charge up in seconds

Scientists in the United States have invented a battery that can charge in seconds, promising a revolution in power storage that could also help green cars and renewable energy.

The advance allows lithium-ion batteries, the standard variety used in consumer electronics and cells for electric or hybrid vehicles, both to charge and discharge stored energy more quickly than at present.

This should lead to smaller, lighter batteries for mobile phones and other devices, which can be fully charged when plugged in for a few seconds.

Lithium-ion batteries that can be recharged in a fraction of the time … this is truly a game changer.  Imagine an electric vehicle that can be re-charged in minutes, rather than hours.  This new process effectively removes the greatest obstacle to widespread acceptance of electric vehicles.

Scientists at M.I.T. say that the new batteries could be ready within 2 or 3 years.

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Cell phone pops corn (and I don’t care)

Mrs. Nuke just sent me an email with this video attached.
I think the cell phone folks have some ‘splainin’ to do.

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Actually, I do care. I just couldn’t help thinking about that song

(Tune in next week: the video inspired by the tune “A Frog went a Courtin”)

Filed This Under…I WANT ONE!

The potential for fun with this portable picnic popper, is endless!

10 things going right in America

Recent news from the markets have caused many Americans to be more concerned about their financial futures than any time in recent memory. Kiplingers reminds us that when life hands us lemons, then make lemonade. Here is their list of 10 things going right in America:

1.Oil Loses Its Swagger: With the U.S. and global economy hurting, oil prices have dropped 50% in just three months, from $147 a barrel in July to the $75 range. Remember $80-$100 fill-ups at the pump? The national average for a gallon of gasoline is down to $3.10, from $4.11 in March, and should stay in the $3.00-$3.50 range through next year. Prices for home heating oil and natural gas are also headed lower this winter than last.

2. A Tipping Point for the Auto Industry: After years of talk and false starts, finally, all the major carmakers are furiously developing hybrid and alternative-fuel vehicles that could lessen our dependence on foreign oil. Meanwhile, desperate dealers are offering unheard-of deals on new, gas-fired models. For example, Toyota is offering $1,000 cash back and 0% financing on the 2009 Camry, the most popular car in America. Don’t drive much? If you’ve always wanted an SUV or truck, the discounting on some models is extraordinary.

3. Interest Rates Are Low and Headed Lower: The prime rate is at 4.5%, which is driving down interest rates on home-equity lines of credit and some consumer loans. The interest rate on a traditional 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is averaging 6.5%, the highest it’s been since the summer of ’07, but still not too far from the historic low of 5.8% reached in 2003-05 and 1963-65. And although credit-card companies are cutting personal spending limits, rates are dropping, too. The average rate on credit-card purchases fell to 11.89% in the first week of October, down from 12.13% in September, according to LowCards.com, which tracks 1,260 credit cards.
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Photoshop for free!

Along with 2 GB storage.

“Adobe Photoshop Express” has launched in Beta, and it is ready for a test drive.

Sign up, give it a whirl.

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Web 3.0 is closer than you think, Part 2

Embrace the change.

Resistance. Is. Futile.

I’m still waiting on my flying car.

Web 3.0 is closer than you think

After Google, what’s next? Writing at Times (UK), Jonathan Richards talks to the “real” inventor of the world wide web (sorry Goracle), Tim Berners-Lee, and speculates on the future of the internet. A fascinating article indeed. Here is an excerpt:

The semantic web is the term used by the computer and internet industry to describe the next phase of the web’s development, and essentially involves building web-based connectivity into any piece of data — not just a web page — so that it can “communicate” with other information.Whereas the existing web is a collection of pages with links between them that Google and other search engines help the user to navigate, the “semantic web” will enable direct connectivity between much more low-level pieces of information — a written street address and a map, for instance — which in turn will give rise to new services.

“Using the semantic web, you can build applications that are much more powerful than anything on the regular web,” Mr Berners-Lee said. “Imagine if two completely separate things — your bank statements and your calendar — spoke the same language and could share information with one another. You could drag one on top of the other and a whole bunch of dots would appear showing you when you spent your money.

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Attn Bloggers: Check Out BlogBackupOnline

Last summer’s best new blog service is shedding it’s Beta label.

If you have a blog and you aren’t sure that your blog provider will always have a backup in case of a crash, head over to BlogBackupOnline pronto. The site is straightforward: Log in, enter information about your blog, and the site diligently backs it up every day (provided that you use one of the 11 supported blogging services–Blogger, Friendster, LiveJournal, Movable Type, Multiply, Serendipity, Terapad, TypePad, Vox, Windows Live Space, or WordPress).

The site is also a great tool if you ever decide to move your blog from one platform to another. After you’ve backed up your blog, BlogBackupOnline can bring all of your old entries into the new service.

I got an email today from Head Honcho Aaron Newman who sent along some interesting news: BlogBackupOnline is moving out of BETA!

BBO “Basic” will continue to be a FREE service, and will include will include up to 5 MB of storage.

Additionally, Aaron says that BBO will begin offering premium services tailored for larger users (for a small fee).

I’ve been using BBO since last June, and they have saved my bacon – TWICE. Speaking as someone who lost 6 weeks of archives (before I found BlogBackupOnline), I just can’t say enough good stuff about BBO. It’s user-friendly, automatic, and as I mentioned previously, it’s FREE.

If you have a blog, you really owe it to yourselves to check it out.

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Fauxtography: Adobe weighs in

You mean, even reputable news agencies might alter a photo? Well, I’m just shocked. Shocked I tell ya.

NEW YORK – Sometimes, a photo is simply too good to be true. [ed. note: ya’ think?]

Tiny details in an image, for instance, may be too similar to have occurred naturally, suggesting a cut-and-paste maneuver. Or the color patterns may be too “normal” — beyond the limitations of sensors on digital cameras.

A growing number of researchers and companies are looking for such signs of tampering in hopes of restoring credibility to photographs at a time when the name of a popular program for manipulating digital images has become a verb, Photoshopping.

Adobe Systems Inc., the developer of Photoshop, said it may incorporate their techniques into future releases. source

Now, if they could figure out a way to spot “staged” photos, they would really be on to something

Update: from Powerline  Chinese Fauxtography

(h/t Robert D.)

Touchscreen Table! (why haven’t I heard about this?)

I already knew about touchscreen technology, it’s fairly common now at such places as ATM’s and on I-Phones, but this is different. Very different, especially the ESRI technology, which is described as “industrial strength” google Earth.
This video below shows some of the magic of ESRI.

Then there is this video, which I was unable to embed, but is an excellent example of it’s capabilities.
How about that view of the Iranian nuclear facility? The applications for this tech are boundless.
As the saying goes, “i’m impress!”

PS:I want one

Gamer’s delight

from BBC: Brainwaves control a video game.

The unspoken and unpublicized part of this breakthrough is the fact that this type of interface would have tremendous implications for the defense industry.

Gamers will soon be able to interact with the virtual world using their thoughts and emotions alone.

A neuro-headset which interprets the interaction of neurons in the brain will go on sale later this year.

_44438417_headset_info416.gif“It picks up electrical activity from the brain and sends wireless signals to a computer,” said Tan Le, president of US/Australian firm Emotiv.

“It allows the user to manipulate a game or virtual environment naturally and intuitively,” she added.

The brain is made up of about 100 billion nerve cells, or neurons, which emit an electrical impulse when interacting. The headset implements a technology known as non-invasive electroencephalography (EEG) to read the neural activity.

Ms Le said: “Emotiv is a neuro-engineering company and we’ve created a brain computer interface that reads electrical impulses in the brain and translates them into commands that a video game can accept and control the game dynamically.”

Texting may be hazardous to your thumbs

Well, it had to happen sooner or later.

The first recorded case of “Text Messagers Thumb”. In New Zealand.

The 20-year old student is thought to have sent up to 100-text messages/day, which resulted in inflammation of the tendons in her thumb, causing grave discomfort. The condition, is officially known as tenosynovitis.

100 per day?

Dang, I feel old.

Breakthrough lithium battery charges to 90% in just 5 minutes

Toshiba announces a groundbreaking alternative to hydrogen fuel cells……

December 13, 2007 Toshiba have stunned the world with their announcement of what’s pretty much the holy grail in Lithium battery technology – the Super Charge ion Battery, which recharges up to 90% of its energy in just five minutes, and has a lifespan of over 10 years. Slow charging has been the key hurdle to public acceptance of battery-electric vehicles as viable distance travelers, so this breakthrough has all sorts of implications for the automotive industry as well as being a very welcome upgrade to a whole host of other portable devices.

The first of Toshiba’s groundbreaking SCiB packs will ship in March 2008 to an industrial systems market that Toshiba forecasts being worth 100 billion Yen by 2015. There’s no mention of when the technology is likely to hit the consumer market, but with such rapid charging ability, ultra-long life and high resistance to rupture and combustion, the SCiB looks like the first of a new generation of battery cells that will allow electric vehicle drivers to top up their cells in nearly the same amount of time a petrol vehicle takes to fill.

To this end, Toshiba is working on a high-performance version of the SCiB targeted at the automotive industry.

Five minute recharge time? It takes that long to fill up my tank with gas. They might just have something here. Certainly bears watching.

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Warning of webmail wi-fi hijack

“The potential for attack is pretty severe.”

Heard at the Vegas Black Hat conference

Demonstrated at the Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, the tools make it far easier to steal account details, said Robert Graham of Errata Security.

Identifying files called cookies are stolen in the attack which let hackers pose as their victim.

This gives attackers access to mail mesages or the page someone maintains on sites such as MySpace or Facebook

Prior to the demonstration, which involved the live hijacking of a Google mail account (GMail), many sites were thought to be safe because they encrypted the data swapped back and forth when people login.

However, Mr Graham carried out his attack on the unencrypted cookies, tiny text files, many sites use to identify people that regularly return.

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Live TV toolbar, how cool is this?

260px-lucyfootball.jpgI stumbled across this website from a link at popurls, which is a pretty cool site itself, btw.

It’s called “live tv toolbar”, and it advertises some 1750 free televeision stations, 1500 radio stations, and several other useful links and gadgets. Plus, it’s compatible with Firefox and MS IE7.

Now, I prefer viewing my TV from the lazy-boy, and I don’t see this as a replacement by any means. But, video-heads are going to love this, as well as those of us who might want to see a local perspective on breaking world events. Of course, that means you’re going to have to brush up on the language skills, at least until the universal translator browser is developed.

The download is free.

Check it out!

What’s going on at Walmart?

I like Walmart.  On my birthday last November, they were running a $399 special on Compaq laptops.  Some of y’all asked me how long I thought a $399 laptop would last.  I got the answer today when it fizzled out.  But, it’s not what you might think.  You see, I had this 7:00 am conference call, and I was still a little groggy when I accidentally poured my 2nd cup of coffee on the keyboard.  But it got me to thinking, a lot has been happening at Wally World lately.   For example:

1) A year ago, Walmart announced that they would stop selling guns in a third of its stores

2) Last Fall, Walmart got out ahead of the pack by announcing sales goals of 100 million compact fluorescent light bulbs. The twisted curly replacements for incandescent bulbs promise energy savings, yada yada yada, and are loved by the environmental left.

3) Last Winter, Walmart announced $4 prescriptions.  Over 300 generic drugs for $4 a month.  Quite a deal for low income and seniors, yada, yada, yada.

4) A couple of months ago, Walmart joined with the Service Employees Int’l Union to call for universal health care by 2012, achieving quality, affordable, yada, yada, yada, for all Americans.

5) Today, Walmart announced that it will partner with hospitals and other organizations to open clinics in 400 of its stores. “The clinics are going to provide something our customers and communities desperately need — affordable access at the local level to quality health care, yada, yada, yada,” said Walmart CEO Lee Scott.

You would think that with these developments that the political left might cut Walmart a break.  You would be wrong.

Trying to satisfy the pampered political left is a lot like trying to make my ex-wife happy.  It’s hopeless, a total lost cause.  Give it up, Wally.  Tell ’em to fvck off before you invest a lot of time and money and finally realize that you could have saved both.  But, keep the $4 prescriptions.  And, how’s about running another $399 Compaq special?

Gingrich the father of Anna Nicole’s Baby? — Fox News Alert

Update #4: “I told you so!”

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) – Larry Birkhead is the father of Anna Nicole Smith’s baby, according to DNA tests, and the late reality TV star’s former boyfriend emerged from a court hearing Tuesday to proclaim that his daughter would soon be home.

Update #3: “The nude photospread at the link on the first Update will prove without a doubt the fact that I am speaking truth to power.” Blogger Nuke Gingrich’s latest comments come amid charges that his “denial” of being Anna Nicole’s Baby-daddy is in fact a cynical attempt to drive up traffic at his award-winning website. “That’s just ridiculous. There is no evidence to support those charges. I cannot imagine anyone using poor Anna Nicole like that. This photospread is proof positive that I am not the father of Danielynn. Do you see me in any of those photos? I rest my case”

Update #2: “Just give me what I want, and I’ll go away.” Right Wing Blogger Nuke Gingrich has reportedly changed his mind….”I want the house in the Bahamas.”

Update: Planck’s constant has a flicker photospread of anna nicole (sans clothing) in his sidebar. [Welcome WordPress Blog of the day — thank you readers. ]

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Conservative blogger Nuke Gingrich came forward today and announced that he is not the father of Anna Nicole’s baby, Danielynn Hope.

“There is absolutely no truth to the rumor”, Nuke said, “And I have no idea how the rumor started. As a matter of fact, I didn’t even know it was a rumor.”

annanic.jpgAs the looming custody battle heated up, “ Smith’s mother flew to the Bahamas on Saturday to check on the child, but the big question — the identity of the baby’s father — will be decided in a courtroom.” Source

384433538_64963497cc1.jpgNukegingrich, known for his insightful news and comment, and his dry sense of humor, wondered aloud how such a rumor could get started. “Well, after n2l got two straight Top 50 Blog of the day posts, I guess I uhmm, somebody figured they had better do something to attract the search engine bots, this being such a hot story and the cable news networks are all Nicole all the time.”
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Thinking about excercise is good for you? Works for me!

Financing Terrorism 3.0

Over the past 5 years, I’ve spent a great deal of time reading and writing about the War against Islamic terrorism, with special emphasis on exposing the myths of the religion of peace™, as well as pounding the keyboard exposing and criticizing their willing accomplices on the political left. Looking back, one area in which I have not spent a great deal of time, is in understanding the business aspects of terror cells.

As most small businessmen understand, the lifeblood of a successful business is money. Specifically, that boils down to cash flow, and the ready availablity of affordable capital (borrowing). It’s really no different for a terror cell (with the obvious differences of producing death and mayhem as both a mission statement and product/service instead of a legitimate product/service with necessary transparency and oversight). Terror cells, as a business, require the ready availability of cash, and sufficient cash flow to support daily operations.

The Bush Administration has generally received good reviews for their efforts to freeze terrorist assets, with the understanding that much still needs to be done. For example, as Rachel Ehrenfeld reveals on the Terror Finance Blog, unless regulators intervene, obtaining the necessary cash for a terror cell may be just a few simple keystrokes away for anyone with a cell phone:

cellphone.jpgThe GSM Association, the mobile telephone operator trade body, announced that 19 mobile phone companies will allow more than “600 million customers in over 100 countries,” to use their cell phones to transfer money internationally. “The system will allow a person to put cash onto their mobile, and order it to be sent to a mobile phone number abroad, where the recipient receives a text message saying that money has arrived.”

“The system will allow a person to put cash onto their mobile, and order it to be sent to a mobile phone number abroad, where the recipient receives a text message saying that money has arrived… the initiative could double the number of recipients of international remittances to more than 1.5 billion.” This new initiative, which is said to help migrant workers to send money to their families, would undoubtedly defeat most efforts to identify the users and follow the money trail. A terrorist dream comes true.

On a final note, isn’t it interesting that a terror cell’s cash flow dream is being marketed as a way to help migrant workers to send money to their families? I suppose that includes illegal immigrant workers as well. This makes BofA’s decision last week to issue credit cards to illegal immigrants even more alarming. Now those very same borrowed funds will be theoreticaly available to be sent across the borders. Cash flow + ready availability of capital. Somebody please wake me up and tell me I’m dreaming.

Related: Israel News Agency

14 Windows Command Line Tricks

Tim Fehlman has a great website called Daily Cup of Tech. It is chock full of how-to’s, tutorials, neat tricks, and helpful hints for anyone who wants to make their time on the computer more productive. More importantly, he writes in a fashion that even old farts like me can follow. Here is today’s article from the Daily Cup….Windows command line tricks (to make your life a little easier). Thanks Tim. Keep up the great work.

 

Matthew Inman of SEOmoz recently wrote Web Developers: 13 Command Line Tricks You Might Not Know. This was an excellent post which can really make your life easier in the *NIX world. But, for many, it is a Windows kind of life. So, for those of you out there, I have put together some Windows command line tricks that might make your life easier.

Source: dailycupoftech.com

While you’re there be sure to check out the many helpful links to previous DCoT articles. I hope you enjoy this week’s selection for Website of the week, Daily Cup of Tech. Enjoy.

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