I know a guy who worked at Bletchley Park, and he said that they could never crack the luftwafe code because it was a true OTP implimentation. The pilots were literally issued a little one-time pad before flight, with letters on a grid of co-ordinates, and then instructions sent from ground ops would simply be pairs of x/y co-ordinates so the pilots could just look at the pad and see the message out. For each new message they would tear off one page and have a new arrangement of letters.
You just need one b0xen on an ethernet cable to the one unblocked port on a hardware firewall, and ideally onto a separate line from your ISP. Put glue in all the usb ports and legacy ports, or just remove them. Remove the wifi chip from the board, lock the case and and set it up with a basic install of your primary OS that re-flashed to a known state at midnight every night. Put this box in a visible, public area where users who have to leave your cordon are forced to do it in front of everyone else and through a secure separate pipe. Scale up with more dumb terminals as needed - old tech that's folding out of regular use in production is a good, cheap source for these boxes.
"Twitter is dangerous, as it could potentially produce narcissism in people who have cellular packet-radio telephones."
I don't understand the sense of enlightenment that allows people to claim that things they no longer use are still "owned" by them. Maybe in an abstract, capitalist sense, but in the real world, once you abandon something, it belongs to everyone. Use it or lose it.
Not to mention the mercury itself, which could be made into Hg(CNO)2.
Right? Maybe he wanted the mercury so that he could make it into Hg(CNO)2
Yes it does. That's the beauty of the commons. Abandoned things belong to all of use. Especially mercury switches, which are likely the only way this kid can get mercury to experiment with.
"Please sign up for this black-box-code, third-party service so that you can know if the trains are running on time."
In other words, fascism.
I have a friend who lives in a Condo in Toronto and his residential pipe is 100/100 for 40 bucks a month, and they offered to boost it to 400/400 for an extra 30 bucks a month, but he has no need for that much speed. (Note, this is atypical for Canada, but it's the same building Deadmau5 used to live in, and he augured to bring in a high-end ISP.)
Right? He was in a special needs class, and I think they thought it would make him feel good about himself (Which it totally didn't.) You have to remember that this was an era when they had only one computer tech for the whole 1500 person school, and he was also a shop/electronics teacher, but there were tons of kids runniung around who knew a lot about computers.
Ok, you made me lol. Well done.
I guess they should just wear them in the field.
At least they create it out of something.