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And here I thought simple slow motion was enough to make gymnasts and breakdancers and parkour athletes look awesome. Nope. You need to add some bullet time action to turn up the intensity knob to the point where it looks like gravity is completely broken.
wasting timeline por John Atkinson en Wrong Hands
No tengo yo claro que esté muy de acuerdo con que algunas de las actividades descritas en esta ilustración sean perder el tiempo, pero el toque recursivo de la viñeta ha hecho que no pueda resistirme a compartirla.
(Vía Boing Boing).
This is the nose of the Gemini XII spacecraft as photographed by Buzz Aldrin. He was standing up on his seat with his hatch open while orbiting at 8,000 meters per second 188 miles over the Earth. I wish I were able to imagine the sensation of what this felt like.
Check out the latest hit at Japanese parties: $5,000 latex dolls that pour drinks from their nipples when you squeeze their boobs. It looks disturbing. What's going to be next, Japan? Male and female android fountains wandering around parties serving drinks from their lower naughty bits? But of course.
Earlier today, a thread surfaced on Reddit offering up 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords in plain text, with a note that over seven million accounts have been compromised in total. Dropbox has since announced on its blog that it wasn't hacked, and that the leaked passwords were stolen from a third party service.
Dropbox has not been hacked. These usernames and passwords were unfortunately stolen from other services and used in attempts to log in to Dropbox accounts. We'd previously detected these attacks and the vast majority of the passwords posted have been expired for some time now. All other remaining passwords have been expired as well.
The leak that was posted on Reddit contained hundreds of accounts with email addresses beginning with the letter "b". Dropbox is sending out password reset instructions to affected users, but as a precaution, it is advised that all users change their passwords on the service. While you're at it, go ahead and enable two-factor authentication as an added layer of security.
Were you one of the users affected by the hack? Let us know if you were able to successfully change your password.