[Noisebridge-discuss] 30c3 Highlights - Freitag
juca at members.fsf.org
Fri Dec 27 19:20:49 UTC 2013
I'm definitely interested on bunnie's SD card hacks :-)
On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 11:29 AM, J.C. <r33lmm at gmail.com> wrote:
> So far here's what the view of Hamburg from noisebridge has sounded (and
> mostly looked) like...
> [ some actual images here of there
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/violetblue/sets/72157639039990414/ ]
> It twas a bit of a bumpy start, stream wise most were not working as things
> kicked off at 2am this morning, however I did manage to hack a combination
> of an audio stream in a browser and a video stream via VLC to get a close
> A few hours later (5am) things are running a little smoother, although the
> wiki seems to be still be overloaded and down, fortunately I managed to get
> an initial list of talks linked up locally before all that
> The event opening seemed to be some rapid cut of various tech'ish videos cut
> to techno (and/or Ramstein?) followed by the first talk "Do You Think That's
> Funny?", which seemed to stray far from funny other than the seemingly
> Math.random() insertion of child on stage.
> Things got a little more interesting with "An introduction to Firmware
> Analysis", although it was a bit tempting to jump over to "Seidenstraße",
> literally an implementation of the Internets as a series of tubes. Now we're
> on to "10 Years of Fun with Embedded Devices" which is looking to be a deep
> dive into OpenWRT.
> Coming up at 7am is "07KINGSTON25 JAMAICA: MALARIA UPDATE Dispatches from
> Fort Meade" aka what Manning actually got sentenced for. Keynote is at
> 10:30am, and Jacob on Tor follows at 11:30am.
> If anyone feels like coming over to help hack some window shades for when
> the sun comes up, will probably need it.
> Official Streams:
> Raw Feeds:
> P.S. If you're here, there or anywhere, give a shout for talks that are
> looking particularly interesting so we can stream them here or grab to
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