10 Most Useful Life Hacks Ever

A definitive list of life hacks that will actually simplify and improve your everyday life.

#1 Just use any cup or used tin to make it level up.

#2  How to easily transport hanging clothes when moving

#3 I think it’s perfect Idea!

#4 Now you know what really to do!

#5  Prevent bandages from always slipping off

#6  No more frozen veggie avalanches

#7 Now don’t get your paint box or floor dirty with paint anymore.

#8 Now that is what i was searching for..

#9 Folding bed sheets were never easy before.

#10  Fit all your tank tops on a single hanger

Joel Holmberg, Changing My Password, 2013

Single-channel audio soundwork; 18’24”. Courtesy the artist.

Joel Holmberg’s Changing My Password in “The Great Ephemeral” is the transcription of a telephone conversation between a customer-service representative and an artist (played by Holmberg himself), who expresses concerns that he may have compromised his bank account’s safety by sharing answers to his private security questions in a forthcoming published interview. While the conversation is humorous, the artist’s fears resonate with both high-profile hackings—actor Jennifer Lawrence’s childhood nickname “Nitro” led to the leaking of nude photographs, and the name of Paris Hilton’s dog provided the key to her infamous sex tape, for example—as well as the daily realities of those living outside the media spotlight. Holmberg’s work questions how we “secure” ourselves amid a proliferation of consumer identities that are subject to collection, monetization, and surveillance by an indiscernible number of forces, from private companies to third-party marketers to the government.

Holmberg’s work includes sculpture, painting, performance, and sound- and web-based work. As with Changing My Password, his pieces often exploit consumer access points set up by corporations—such as customer-service call centers and Yahoo! Answers, Yahoo!’s forums for public discussion—to subvert the behaviors and codes of such spaces and call their larger structures into question.

anonymous asked:

If i were to use leaftools to unlock all the pwps it wouldn't ruin my game or anything right? Like, if I were to do the townhall upgrade pwp it would be okay that I didn't get a perfect town and still used it?

oh no, that definitely wouldn’t mess up anything! no worries there. c:

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In No Hacker’s Sky you play a skilled computer hacker who is attempting to uncover an interplanetary conspiracy using a mixture basic command line prompts and first person puzzle solving.

When you boot up No Hacker’s Sky, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s a simple command line prompt-style text based hacking sim, but it soon opens up into something much more than that.  Once you’ve figured out the interface, discovered how to access the nodes and checked your emails, you can enter virtual spaces in first person.  These first person sections are well crafted puzzles that allow you to re-write code on-the-fly, as you hack into them and recover valuable data.  You use a wide variety of resources and techniques to hack your way through No Hacker’s Sky and can even escape the virtual/digital world towards the end of the game, with you able to explore the landscapes of planets.

With it’s intriguing storyline, clever use of interfaces and unique hacking-based puzzle design, No Hacker’s Sky is a joy to play.  A well crafted hacking sim, full of discovery, unique gameplay and innovation.

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anonymous asked:

hi i just want to hack to get a couple of the pwps i can't get and dupe some clovers, it works like that right? and it won't mess up my game permanently in any way if i do will it?

I assume you’re talking about the LeafTools hacks? as long as you follow the instructions on their page, you should be fine! always be sure to make a backup save file stored on your computer just in case something goes wrong though. as long as you have that backed up, you’re safe! :) xo

My theory about “Mr. Robot”, that I’ve had since watching episode one when they put it online really, is that Fsociety doesn’t really exist and that they’re all just delusions Elliot is experiencing. Elliot is doing all of the attacks on Evil Corp himself and Elliot’s mind uses the delusions to try and hide the fact that he’s doing all of it himself. All of it is him, all the Fsociety members aren’t real, and Elliot is Mr. Robot.

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“Put the piece of tape on your laptop, absolutely a must, and if you think its a joke its not. If you look closely, Elliot’s laptop is taped.” -Rami Malek

MR ROBOT- Behind The Scenes - Rami Malek

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AC:NL RAM Editor Tutorial

I almost don’t want to post this bc it’s blurry (cause and solution still unknown), but I want to share this with you all so here we are. ^o^

this video shows you, in detail, how to use the RAM Editor, along with some nice tips. if you already know how to dump a save file, skip to 2:19!

news.vice.com
Anonymous Claims Responsibility for Cyber Attack on Canadian Government Websites
The hacker collective said it took down a handful of websites as a show of protest over the controversial anti-terror law, a day after it came into force.

An online hacking collective claiming to be a wing of Anonymous took responsibility for shutting down major Canadian government websites on Wednesday, one day after controversial anti-terrorism legislation was signed into law.

Several federal online portals, such as the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service — the country’s counter intelligence and spy body — were temporarily taken down in an effort by the covert hacking group to protest recent legislation they say infringes Canadians’ privacy.

“Confirmed today that Govt of Canada GC servers have been cyberattacked,” tweeted Tony Clement, the government minister responsible for Canada’s technology infrastructure.

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There are a few movies which do feature women hackers: Matrix (Trinity), Hackers (Kate), Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Lisbeth), and even TV shows like Criminal Minds (Penelope), Arrow (Felicity) and NCIS (Abby).

While this is a step in the right direction, does the film industry believe that all women techies are white? Women programmers are almost never played by black, latina, native or asian women. The film and TV industry sends the message to women of color that we are not hackers, or at least not supposed to be. Casting hacker characters as primarily white men, and sometimes white women, leaves women of color out of the picture. Lack of representation and exposure is one reason why black women make up the lowest percentage of programmers in the tech industry (less than 1%): if you don’t see anyone who looks like you in a particular field or job, you are less likely to venture into it.
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GET WRECKED, CORDELIA.

Chrom x Cordelia Support (JP):
B3BEF6E4 00000000
00000794 140E0904
D9000000 00000010
D4000000 000000EE
D6000000 00000790
D2000000 00000000
B3BEF6E4 00000000
00002904 140E0904
D9000000 00000010
D4000000 00000035
D6000000 00002900
D2000000 00000000

Chrom x Cordelia Support (US):
B3BF2738 00000000
00000794 140E0904
D9000000 00000010
D4000000 000000EE
D6000000 00000790
D2000000 00000000
B3BF2738 00000000
00002904 140E0904
D9000000 00000010
D4000000 00000035
D6000000 00002900
D2000000 00000000