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Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review

“The future is bright!”

Welcome to Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the first-person shooter developed by Treyarch. Though you play as a few characters throughout the course of the games campaign, the story’s anchor is David Mason, son of Alex Mason from the original game. 811 more words

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Snippets of summer

The heat has started a few days ago, and so has my job ended, at least for now. While I’m looking for something else to do, the heat makes it a little harder to keep focused on games, or anything else, really. 350 more words

DBO # 1 Experiential Time Travel Experiences

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2015 ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

This is a listing of experiences I’m beginning to remember:

1. 2 years old- put in a machine, which aged me to 100 years old, then back again, for weeks had a distortion. 983 more words

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The Potential $100 Trillion Market For Space Mining

Who owns the asteroids in our solar system? It may seem strange, but Congress hopes to answer over the next few months with a new bill that is currently being reviewed by the Senate. 1,248 more words

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The Lt. Col. Gonzales SSP Council Delegation Briefings Part 1, The “Draco Federation Alliances” Demands & Secrets Revealed, NYSE 1 Day Closure | Corey GoodETxSG

Corey is planning to release three articles in the coming days. The first will be a two part post,  Part 1 came out today (the last item in this update), Part 2 on Friday, followed by another full post shortly after. 5,949 more words

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Top Security Experts Say Government Limits On Encryption Present Risks

A group of top cybersecurity experts reported today that giving law enforcement special access to encrypted data for investigations would pose “major security risks.”

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab report… 763 more words

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NSA Intercepts 98% Of South American Communications: Assange

The NSA is gathering and eavesdropping on practically all communications emerging from South America, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Chilean publication El Mostrador Tuesday.

“Ninety-eight percent of Latin American communications are intercepted by the NSA while passing through the United States to the world,” Assange said in an interview with the publication. 162 more words

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