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Dream-Like Song Created From Birds Perched On Electric Wires Proves Nature Is Perfect

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5-year-old Ocean Beach boy exposes Microsoft Xbox vulnerability
Michael Chen
OCEAN BEACH - A young Ocean Beach boy is in the spotlight after he discovered a back door in to one of the most popular gaming systems in the world. When 5-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel is playing his Xbox, his feet don’t touch the ground. But something he did has made the smartest guys at Microsoft pay attention. “I was like yea!” said Kristoffer. Just after Christmas, Kristoffer’s parents noticed he was logging into his father’s Xbox Live account and playing games he wasn’t supposed to be. “I got nervous. I thought he was going to find out,” said Kristoffer.        In video shot soon after, his father, Robert Davies, is heard asking Kristoffer how he was doing it. A suddenly excited Kristoffer showed Dad that when he typed in a wrong password for his father’s account, it clicked to a password verification screen. By typing in space keys, then hitting enter, Kristoffer was able to get in through a back door. Kristoffers’ father, who works in computer security, was one proud papa. His first reaction? “How awesome is that!” Davies said. “Just being 5 years old and being able to find a vulnerability and latch onto that. I thought that was pretty cool.”
It’s not the first time Kristoffer has flashed his tech skills.
“He’s figured out vulnerabilities 3 or 4 times,” said Davies.
At age 1, Kristoffer got past the toddler lock screen on a cell phone by holding down the home key.              Four years later, he took aim at the Xbox One.            
Father and son reported the bug to Microsoft.
“I thought someone was going to steal the Xbox,” said Kristoffer.   Microsoft has come up with a fix and acknowledged Kristopher on their website in a list of security researchers that have helped make Microsoft online services more secure.
In a statement, Microsoft said, “We’re always listening to our customers and thank them for bringing issues to our attention. We take security seriously at Xbox and fixed the issue as soon as we learned about it.”   Kristoffer will receive four games, $50 and a year-long subscription to Xbox Live from Microsoft. He also knows what he now wants to be when he grows up: a gamer. His dad is leaning toward something in computer security.

proofmathisbeautiful:

5-year-old Ocean Beach boy exposes Microsoft Xbox vulnerability

Michael Chen

OCEAN BEACH - A young Ocean Beach boy is in the spotlight after he discovered a back door in to one of the most popular gaming systems in the world.

When 5-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel is playing his Xbox, his feet don’t touch the ground. But something he did has made the smartest guys at Microsoft pay attention.

“I was like yea!” said Kristoffer.

Just after Christmas, Kristoffer’s parents noticed he was logging into his father’s Xbox Live account and playing games he wasn’t supposed to be.

“I got nervous. I thought he was going to find out,” said Kristoffer.       

In video shot soon after, his father, Robert Davies, is heard asking Kristoffer how he was doing it.

A suddenly excited Kristoffer showed Dad that when he typed in a wrong password for his father’s account, it clicked to a password verification screen. By typing in space keys, then hitting enter, Kristoffer was able to get in through a back door.

Kristoffers’ father, who works in computer security, was one proud papa. His first reaction? “How awesome is that!” Davies said. “Just being 5 years old and being able to find a vulnerability and latch onto that. I thought that was pretty cool.”

It’s not the first time Kristoffer has flashed his tech skills.

“He’s figured out vulnerabilities 3 or 4 times,” said Davies.

At age 1, Kristoffer got past the toddler lock screen on a cell phone by holding down the home key.
            
Four years later, he took aim at the Xbox One.            

Father and son reported the bug to Microsoft.

“I thought someone was going to steal the Xbox,” said Kristoffer.
 
Microsoft has come up with a fix and acknowledged Kristopher on their website in a list of security researchers that have helped make Microsoft online services more secure.

In a statement, Microsoft said, “We’re always listening to our customers and thank them for bringing issues to our attention. We take security seriously at Xbox and fixed the issue as soon as we learned about it.”
 
Kristoffer will receive four games, $50 and a year-long subscription to Xbox Live from Microsoft. He also knows what he now wants to be when he grows up: a gamer. His dad is leaning toward something in computer security.

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KuoCheng Liao is a freelance illustrator and designer based in Taiwan. Currently doing a master’s degree in digital contents and technologies at National Chengchi University in Taipei.

dezeen:

London studio Scott Architects has added a curvy timber extension to a terraced house in Hackney, featuring a bowed wall that cuts through the centre of a green roof

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Kozyndan - Seasons of the Bunny

kozyndan are husband-and-wife artists who work collaboratively to create highly detailed paintings and drawings for both illustration and fine art. They are obsessed with the ocean and being underwater and hope to someday come to rest at the bottom of the sea and slowly be devoured by deep creatures over many years.

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Alice X. Zhang is a US artist and designer, with an extremely vibrant and emotional style of painting. Her amazing ability to portray emotions via delicate brush strokes and impacting colors makes her work both touching, and incredibly beautiful.

Aokigahara - The Suicide Forest

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Called “the perfect place to die,” the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction of the world’s second most popular place to take one’s life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Since the 1950s, Japanese businessmen have wandered in, and at least 500 of them haven’t wandered out, at an increasing rate of between 10 and 30 per year. Recently these numbers have increased even more, with a record 78 suicides in 2002.

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French artist Vivi Mac uses a variety of food, drinks and ingredients to “speed paint” images of famous historical figures, celebrities, and fictional characters. Vivi spills the liquid onto a tray, then as you watch, she guides the spilled liquid using a straw and her hands to create immediately recognizable portraits of famous people.

ariadnemaia:

They say that fools learn from their experiences, while the wise learn from history. — Nobuchika Ginoza
The law doesn’t protect people. People protect the law. People have always detested evil and sought out a righteous way of living. Their feelings, the accumulation of those peoples feelings are the law. They’re neither the provisions, nor the system. They’re the fragile and irreplaceable feelings that everyone carries in their hearts. — Akane Tsunemori
I think the only time people really have value, is when they act according to their own will.— Makishima Shougo
Everyone is alone. Everyone is empty. People no longer have need of others. You can always find a spare for any replacement. Any relationship can be replaced. — Makishima Shougo
An unforeseen situation… An unexpected turn of events… In the face of those, you too will face your true self. — Makishima Shougo
Any relationship can be replaced. That’s the world I grew tired of. And yet, for some reason… I can’t imagine anyone other than you killing me. — Makishima Shougo
Everything you’ve been taught is based on theories and logic. Soon, you’ll come to realize how pointless they are. — Masaoka Tomomi
"Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognised, and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice." — Pascal
Great watch. Psycho Pass :)

Disclaimer: I do not own any of the posted.

ariadnemaia:

They say that fools learn from their experiences, while the wise learn from history. — Nobuchika Ginoza

The law doesn’t protect people. People protect the law. People have always detested evil and sought out a righteous way of living. Their feelings, the accumulation of those peoples feelings are the law. They’re neither the provisions, nor the system. They’re the fragile and irreplaceable feelings that everyone carries in their hearts. — Akane Tsunemori

I think the only time people really have value, is when they act according to their own will.— Makishima Shougo

Everyone is alone. Everyone is empty. People no longer have need of others. You can always find a spare for any replacement. Any relationship can be replaced. — Makishima Shougo

An unforeseen situation… An unexpected turn of events… In the face of those, you too will face your true self. — Makishima Shougo

Any relationship can be replaced. That’s the world I grew tired of. And yet, for some reason… I can’t imagine anyone other than you killing me. — Makishima Shougo

Everything you’ve been taught is based on theories and logic. Soon, you’ll come to realize how pointless they are. — Masaoka Tomomi

"Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognised, and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice." — Pascal

Great watch. Psycho Pass :)

Disclaimer: I do not own any of the posted.

unknowneditors:

Dascanio Emanuele born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983, is a professional artist painter currently living and working in Milano, Italy. 

He has participated in various competitions and exhibitions at national and international ranking near the top.
Devotes much time to the study of artistic techniques and the search for continuous improvement of its expressive capabilities. His works are in private collections in Italy and abroad.

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