Last night someone claiming to be a member of Anonymous posted what was alleged to be information obtained from 50GB of compromised PSN data, but it turned out the data was the same as that released last year when PSN was hacked. "We've confirmed that the recent claim that PlayStation Network was illegally hacked and that customer passwords and email addresses were accessed is completely false," assured Sony in a statement.
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Every 100K they raise, they're releasing an updated prototype which gives a taste of what they're thinking in terms of art and humour. Which is very familiar if you've played the old Space Quest games. It's done in HTML5 (link above is for Chrome, but I think there's a non-Chrome version somewhere), but that's just for quick prototyping purposes -- the proper thing will be a standalone executable.
Here's hoping the Sierra revival continues...
At 7:35 a.m. Universal time, Kamiokande II detected 11 antineutrinos, IMB 8 antineutrinos and Baksan 5 antineutrinos, in a burst lasting less than 13 seconds. Approximately three hours earlier, the Mont Blanc liquid scintillator detected a five-neutrino burst, but this is generally not believed to be associated with SN 1987A
Other possible reasons for the discrepancy have been mentioned (energies, vacuum vs. crust, etc.). Have a look at the experimental results for the mass squared of a neutrino, in light of the OPERA results. Notice something?
... 2 bit encryption. There is only two keys. 1 and 0.
Wouldn't that be 1-bit encryption?
There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about. -- John von Neumann