Interesting Lifehacks: Use a Wooden Spoon to Block Part of your Screen

While the benefit of the wooden spoon may not be immediately obvious to the novice user, the concept is now hailed the ‘next big thing’ in software development. Early adopters have been tinkering with some creative use-cases. Most users first realize The Spoons power when selectively blocking unwanted pop-ups. This works much better than any browser […]

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Can Passengers Access an Aircraft’s Safety Critical Systems via the IFE?

Interesting discussion has popped up on my LinkedIn feed over a picture showing an ancient version of Linux used in an In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) system. The question was raised again (over and over) whether a passenger can issue safety critical commands or access functions from the cockpit. IFE’s are typically certified to Design Assurance Level […]

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Streembit: “Hello World” My 1st Ever Video Call over a Decentralised P2P Network

Today I’d like to show you what Streembit, the world’s first decentralised P2P based messaging platform can do for humans (besides the IoT). Streembit uses well tested cryptographic industry standards to ensure end-to-end encryption. There are no 3rd parties, or intermediaries monetizing your data. Using a DHT, Streembit avoids the traditional pitfalls threatening the bitcoin network while remaining agnostic about the eventual outcome […]

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Streembit: a decentralised peer-2-peer messaging platform for the IoT

Introducing Streembit: a decentralised, peer-to-peer, secure communication system for humans and machines. The purpose of Streembit is to create a free, secure, decentralised, peer to peer, Open Source system that secures your real time communication in accordance to the currently evolving W3C’s Web of Things (WoT) standard. You can have as many accounts on the permission less […]

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