Off topic fun

Friday Fun: Firewall Fury

I asked SUNO AI to generate cyber-security metal music. It produced those. Firewall Fury Firewall Fury metalcore intense relentless [Verse] Bytes and codes collide Digital wasteland Intruders seek to harm Defensive stand! [Verse 2] Viruses unleashed Malware on the prowl Encrypted wrath Hear our scowls! [Chorus] Firewall fury In the cyber night Data

Friday Fun: Checking it twice

He’s making a table He’s checking it twice SELECT * FROM List WHERE behaviour = ‘Nice’ SQL clause is coming to town Source: Related XKCD classic

Friday Fun: Adam ruins

ADAM RUINS EVERYTHING K1 J41 Adam Ruins Everything Corrects ITSELF! Adam Ruins Everything – Why “Moderate Drinking” isn’t Really Good for You | truTV

Friday Fun: Light cooking

Light cooking ideas for this Friday: Infrared cooking and using light instrument heat directly. You can’t do this with one of those new LED pars. PAR Cans are the most widely used light for concerts, clubs, and theatrical lighting. Some people have cooked with them. Here are few examples from the discussion: Alton Brown

Friday Fun: An Electric Capacitor Revolver

Electrolytic capacitors blow up when they are pushed too hard. That’s normally a very bad thing. This hardware hack uses exploding capacitors as a propellant. For purely for innovation and engineering, this YouTube experimenter built a working capacitor revolver and tested its capabilities. I Built An Electric Capacitor Revolver! Funny idea, but not the

Friday Fun: Mixer abuse

Behringer X32 mixer abuse video X32 Fader Abuse (#1 @ Assembly 2017 wild demo compo) “Real wild” is a category of realtime demos for strange platforms and hardware that don’t fit any of the standard categories (like PC, 4k, oldschool etc). Basically a fun “everything else” category. Here’s a bit of explanation about the

Fun: Cut the cable

For network safety? You might have seen earlier this picture at or many other sites. You can’t hack an air gap! That seems to be real. Not a fake meme. That was a special run of cable made specifically for the OHM conference in 2013 There is picture in Pinterest and Starecat of