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I’m not on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Insta, WhatsApp, Telegram, Mastodon, Diaspora, OTR & Co.

—NIC(MRTD)=FRATERRAT3010851202301006522Alexandre7304073M1 —ePassport(MRP)=P<FRATERRAT<<ALEXANDRE<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<14DR860241FRA7304073M2501084<<<<<<<<<<<<<<08

—Id Network: N002 3. 1415926535897932384626434 Born April 07, 1973, Nîmes.France. Apolitical, Atheist, Totally Lonely, Solitary & Solidary

My next website (coding hack) is under construction... in the meantime: https://www.whitehat.co.kr/ko/

—I’m Only exceptionally on cellular Phone via Signal (Open Whisper Systems) With CiphOS│CipherAndroid or Briar Project. Ask For #

—Email Encryption Key ECC (ed25519) 0x041D7686 Fingerprint= 041D 7686 2330 CD44 A082 9D44 1EA0 A597 B7AA 2312 —Contact Encryption Key RSA (2048) 0xA449F387 Fingerprint= A449 F387 967C D523 6C9A C10A E4F1 E799 46F4 77B8 —Prefer Alternative: [at] Tutanota or CounterMail

—Public Signing Key on Cryptpad: https://cryptpad.fr/user/#/1/7neooo7alexn/pAqqAy+RKd8gIuUGDMdiiNv0wzn2aLM5Eidnw1fg1UI=

No encrypted physical media is in my home. My (our) brain is my only ally, I do not use any password manager. I'm not paranoid, but more vigilant.

I use 27 USB keys, each of which is encrypted with a different password of a hexadecimal length (16X4) of sixty-five digits and letters allowing me to decrypt a single USB key. If I lose one of the 27 keys, I lose everything.

I use the encryption mode AES-Twofish-Serpent cascading encryption operating in XTS-AES / SHA-512 with PIM x 2048 mode: Ci = EK1(Pi ^ (EK2(n) ai)) ^ (EK2(n) ai)


—October 28/2019 LUNA PCI-E Cryptographic Module Acceleration from an Embedded HSM PCIe HSMs TOE FCS_CKM.1 acquired freeee! Thanks [at] 6Po


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—Project deployment and implementation of attacks By BrutusResistance* during 2019/2022 Eu ministers (contact [at] countermail*): https://marketresearchfeed.com/2019/11/01/whatsapp-sues-israeli-company-over-cyberattack-that-it-says-targeted-journalists-dissidents-and-diplomats-cnn-2/

—The Security Book Everyone in Government Must Read in 2019. Diameter Attacks in Long Term Evolution Network SS7: https://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:951619/FULLTEXT01.pdf

—Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz. Projekte und Studien im ULD – Independent Centre for Privacy Protection https://www.datenschutzzentrum.de/projekte/

—Implications of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Internet Surveillance for Society http://fuchs.uti.at/wp-content/uploads/DPI.pdf

—Government & Law Enforcement outside the United States by Apple: https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/law-enforcement-guidelines-outside-us.pdf

—Cryptome Nuclear Power Plants and WMD Series: https://cryptome.org/nppw-series.htm

—Cryptome.org archive:https://cryptome.wikileaks.org/frontpage


约翰·佩里·巴洛 John Perry Barlow, Davos, Switzerland, February 8, 1996 John Perry Barlow Died San Francisco, California, U.S February 7, 2018

https://barlow.typepad.com/ Peace


My Interests:

SWR Symphonieorchester,Marc Ferro French Historian,Maîtrise de Radio France,라온화이트햇 Team, Jean-Louis Crémieux-Brilhac, Asperger syndrome,John Gilmore (activist),High-functioning autism,Certbot (EFF),Ethical hacking,Лидия Владимировна Литвяк,セキュア通信,Deobfuscate/Decode,WriteFreely,Lavernan notes private,Luke Ming Flanagan,0xacab,Ed25519 (EdDSA signature),Scripting,Solitude,Renaud Van Ruymbeke (investigating magistrate),IPEN (Réseau d'ingénierie de la vie privée sur Internet),Network forensics,François Burgat (CNRS),Lieutenant-colonel Arnaud Beltrame,Aspergers Network Support (AANE), ZeroBin Pastebin,Eur-Lex Europa,Arch Linux Security Team,Microsoft Research AI Team (MSR AI),freedom of expression,Igor Stravinski,privacy,Laurent Louis Belgian politician,Digital forensics,cryptography, dual-use technologies,ATK91 Group,Mikhaïl Gorbatchev,Andree Borrel,The Sleuth Kit(TSK),Denisa Kerschova,GitHub, H-11 Digital Forensics toolkits,DPRK North Korea,Diana Rowden,CERT,Parquet national financier (JIRS Section F1 & (JIRS) Section C2),Mémoire de la Shoah,Least Authority S4,SCADA Attack,Raphaël Enthoven,Center for the Cultivation of Technology,initial access:spearphishing,European Data Protection Supervisor(edps),Ordre maçonnique mixte international « le Droit Humain »,Jodie Foster,中國人民解放軍61398部隊,Vera Leigh,Offshore Leaks,Wireshark(Packet analyzer),North Korean Threat Groups,Crypto Museum Website,Open Whisper Systems,Jean-François Bohnert(parquet national financier),國際特赦組織,OpenNIC, 라자루스 그룹,SS7定漏,Журнальный зал,Docteur Jean-Jacques Melet & (NAMD),Electronic Frontier Foundation,Exploitation of Remote Services,Krystyna Skarbek,IGGN,IGPN,Forces françaises de l’intérieur,CLIPSAS,Ancien Général Bertrand Soubelet(général courage),Phaistos Disc, Open Source Tripwire,Bash (Unix shell) ,GrapheneOS,DNS Warden,Mitchell David Kapor,Khalil Gibran,Шифрование,Asperger’s Network Support,SS7 flaw,OpenWRT,Frédéric Lodéon, White hat,Hat.sh File Encryption,Institut de recherche criminelle de la Gendarmerie nationale (IRCGN),Claude Debussy,Louis Malle(film director),Intellectual giftedness child suffering,Violette Reine,Intellectual giftedness,William Tutte (British codebreaker during WW2)Pydio,中央军事委员会, Internet Watch Foundation, Défense de France Culture Old Petiton (DDFC) ,麒麟操作系统Kylin OS puis 优麒麟Ubuntu Kylin,Tahoe-LAFS,European Commission (EC),GSM Sniffing,Amolith on NixNet,JPCERT コーディネーションセンタ,ARP Poisoning,Марк Матвеевич Антокольский,Dilly KnoxDNS Operations,Pierre de Villiers (ancien Chef d'État-Major des armées),Investigating Social Networks (CSNI),National Center for Biotechnology Information,Sergueï Prokofiev,Unauthorized USSD requests, and Research Center (DNS-OARC),Nancy Wake,Autodidacticism,Lozère French Department,Selbstdatenschutz,Les Nuits de FranceCulture,优麒麟,Simon Baron-Cohen,DevOps,ECtHR,Robert Badinter,Asuswrt-Merlin,Snort (software IDS),Little Man Tate (film), 联合国儿童基金会,Giacomo Puccini,WoSign 网站使用条款,Военная литература (сайт),,OpenWrt Router,Archives radiophoniques (1940/70′), PLA Unit 61486,UNICRI,Lise de Baissac,DNSSEC Protocol,Les Trois Baudets,Forensic breakthroughs,Paul Léautaud,中国科学技术大学 (ustChina),ECPM,Pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified,Transparency International, 人权观察, Digitalcourage (Germany), Reverse engineering sotware,Günter Wand (THE Master – Il love It),Data extraction(ETL), Process, Sharon Tate, Alexandra Elbakyan,Grande Loge de France (GLDF),Nikolaï Rimski-Korsakov,DNSCrypt,Raymond Devos,Externernal remote device,Dinah Washington,جميلة بوحيرد ,IRSEM,Eva Joly (magistrate),SecureDrop,Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS),privilege escalation,Ryoji Ikeda,优麒麟,Registry Run Keys,LineageOS,OpenPGP.js, Anti-Death Penalty Information,中国人民解放军61398部队,Pharmacodynamics & Pharmacokinetics ( biochemical),Snopyta.org, R² Ricochet Refresh,DigiCert,SS7 Attack,Collectif Les Morts de la Rue,Jean-Sébastien Bach,Shiz’ka,Tom Pusateri,Web Shell,Exploitation of PE,Open-source software development,Perfectionism, Nina Simone, WeProtect,Cryptome,EU-US Privacy Shield, Library,BlackArch,Child Online Protection (COP), Genesis Project Archive,Richard Strauss,Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque,INA,protocol (SS7), Mozilla Foundation,DoS攻撃, Writing,Nextcloud,Jean Michel Deliers,Domenico Scarlatti,Stéphanie Dord-Crouslé,HTTPS Everywhere,Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft,Odette Hallowes,Open Society Foundations (OSF), Tutanota Team, rkhunter (Rootkit Hunter),조선민주주의인민공화국의 재외공관 목록,Ella Fitzgerald, Briarproject Code,Linux,SCTPscan,Maurice Ravel,Модeст Петрович Мусоргский,John Perry Barlow, Sci-Hub, 私密浏览自由探索, Kali Linux,Lyudmila Pavlichenko,DNS Engineering,w3af Attack audit framework, Georges Brassens, Christian Rist,Courage Foundation,Mozilla Foundation,Vulnerability scanner, 지능형 지속적 위협(APT) 그룹 –Patrick Dewaere,The Beatles,Jacques Vergès,Pierre Monteux,IMSI-catcher,Philippe Garbit,Wojciech Kilar,IETF,Jacques Chancel,David Shire,Pierre Jean Jouve,Computer Forensic Techniques, e-discovery,Romy Schneider,National Association for Gifted Children, Скарлатти,MAT2Metadata Removal Tools,Джузеппе Доменико,Торжественная месса, Pastebin, Mikhaïl Gorbatchev,Anton Bruckner,General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),ARP handler inspection,인민무력부 정찰총국,Dr Isabelle Hénault(Sexologist),Georges Jean Painvin,Reinhard Bütikofer (MEP),中国人民解放军,Gustav Furtwängler,Digital Signature Algorithm,中间人攻击,BSS Application Part protocol ,Sensory processing sensitivity,Internet Archive.Org,Huang Zhenyu,Netherlands Forensic Institute,Bromite Browser,Programming language,GitHub,Whistleblower Attorneys, Αρίστιππος ο Κυρηναίος,Tomaso Albinoni,obfuscaded files/deobfuscade code,Semantics,Sécurité inconditionnelle,Anti -Death Penalty Asia Network Penal Reform International (PRI),USSD request manipulation,ChemSpider,Subgraph OS project,Whistleblower,Félix Mendelssohn,Forensic data analysis,Drive by Compromise external remote device,Erik Satie,Pass the your Hahs,OSArmor,Endocrinology,Гергиев, Валерий Абисалович,Turris routers,SecureDrop,ICMEC,Digital Surveillance For Xbox (XFT Device),Bernard Rapp French Journalist,Julian Assange,RSA Factoring Challenge,Завалий Евдокия Николаевна,National Whistleblower Center,Sara Ginaite-Rubinson, Metasploit Project,Hands off Cain, Dyssynchronie, 暗号理論,Stockholms universitetsbibliotek,Wen Xinyu,Capsa Network Analyzer,Dmitri Chostakovitch,Elliptic-curve cryptography,United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), Safer Internet Day (SID) ,Prelude SIEM Universal Open-Source ,Brian Behlendorf,Stockholm University,Cecile Pearl Witherington,Internet Hall Of Fame,Mahatma Gandhi, Jāzeps Vītols,Intel Corporation,Gustave Flaubert, Freedom of the Press Foundation, 대한민국 화이트햇 콘테스트 운영위원회, Aleksandra Mikulska,Oslo Freedom Forum,Ronaldo Lemos (ITSrio),Human Rights Foundation (HRF),SAGE Center for Gifted, MIT PKG Center, Leonard Max Adleman,UNHCR Innovation,Sergueï Rachmaninov,Iremam,Georges Bizet,SK텔레콤,APT 1 Team,Winston Churchill,VeraCrypt,지능형 지속 공격, Vierwaldstättersee / Lake Lucerne, Internet Engineering Task Force IETF, Red Hat Inc,Troupe Kif-Kif Bledi, Claudio Arrau,Mohamed Boudiaf; International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Parrot OS,Autism-Europe, David Shire,Park Jin-hyok,United Nations Development Programme ,Genuin classics recording group, 自由微博, GreatFire,John Young (Cryptome),Winifred Mitchell Baker,政大華人文化主體性研究中心, Cryptosystems,Dilly Knox,Alan Turing,Search Engine Land,Hocine Aït Ahmed;NGO,computer science,JVN/Cert Japan,Giuseppe Verdi,Death Penalty Focus, Human Rights Watch,Algerian War of Independence,Centre for Capital Punishment Studies (University of Westminster),Capital Punishment U.K,Qualys,Robert Schumann,Knight First Amendment Institute ,Akamai Technologies,Leonard Max Adleman, Abdelwahab Meddeb,Frantz Fanon,CERN Library, SRF Archiv,Reporters Without Borders,Michael Nyman, Audiofile Engineering, Montreux Jazz Festival,Royal Academy of Music,Hartmut Haenchen, 佛陀的教育(LGT), Oxfam International, The Liberty Report, USENIX Security Symposium, freenode,Antonín Dvorák,Gibbs Law Group,PT Telecom Attack Discovery (PT TAD) ,Penal Reform International is an international NGO,The Salvation Army,Creative Commons Switzerland, Frantz Fanon,Index on Censorship,Декларация независимости киберпространства, Open Rights Group, Musée général Leclerc,Wilhelm Richard Wagner,Musée Jean Moulin, 初級禪修班, WikiLeaks Task Force, Buster Keaton,Tierbefreiungsfront,Cellebrite Digital Intelligence,Crypto Wars, Richard Dawkins,Osteopathy,Other98 Action, Viktor Tretiakov,World Coalition Against the Death Penalty,Mstislav Rostropovich,José Álvarez Icaza,Philipp Glass,Handshake.0rg,CryptPad,NSW Council for Civil Liberties, Asia Sentinel,DTube, Hacktivism,Association for Computing Machinery,GNU Project,WikiLeaks Defence Fund,Replicant Android Distribution, DeepL, Debian,StartPage Search Engine,Bibliothèque Médicis, The Holcroft Covenant (film), Οδυσσέας Ελύτης (Odysseus Ελύτης), We Make Change, Michael Caine, César et Rosalie(film),Innocence Project Network,Héraclite d’Éphèse,EU's independent data protection authority,Court of Justice of the European Union,Oscar Wilde, Computer History Museum, NordForsk, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Sentience Institute, Human Rights First, IWMF, Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek, International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance – IHRA, Paul Hindemith,American Civil Liberties Union,Tahar Ben Jelloun,Comité international de la Croix-Rouge,European Union IPS Inter Press Service , Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition,Orchestre des Nations,Rust (programming language) , Unicef Schweiz Suisse Svizzera Liechtenstein, UN Volunteers, Peace One Day, International Committee of the Red Cross,Iremam,David Oistrakh,Pierre Legendre (French Jurist), The Death Penalty Information Center, Swiss National Sound Archives,Lois Mary Gunden Clemens, Cinematographic Exploration, Sayaka Shoji,Women's Auxiliary Air Force(ww2),Buster Keaton, Classica HD, Kofi Annan,Search Engine Privacytools.io, Вера Лотар-Шевченко Vera Lautard,Human Rights Watch (HRW),Mozilla Labs,NOREF Norwegian Centre for Conflict Resolution, Caritas Schweiz, Amnesty International Suisse, Geneva Peace Week, Ξενοφάνης ,Vladimir Samoylovich Horowitz,Sviatoslav Richter, Viktor Tretyakov, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Gulf Center for Human Rights,Pierre Sipriot,CNRS,Committee to Protect Journalists,Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra,人权观察 HRW Chinese,Johann Friedrich Karl Asperger,Epicurus,Diacritiques Éditions, GIJN Africa – Global Investigative Journalism,Suricata (softwareIDS) ,Fighting China's Algorithms of Repression,International Rescue Committee, 香港記者協會 Hong Kong Journalists Association,Forensic data integrity,WritePrivacyTools.io,Tertullien,Royal Danish Orchestra, MIT Media Lab, BnF – Bibliothèque nationale de France,Reuters, Université de Lausanne, Bibliothèque nationale de France,Article 19-human rights organization,Toute l’Histoire (télévision), 国家大剧院 National Centre for the Performing Arts,Πρωταγόρας, IFEX,Global Investigative Journalism Network, Московская филармония, Suisse,Paths to Literacy for Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired, Doctor Zhivago,Kabaphēs Constantine Cavafy ,Centro Nacional de Comunicación Social (Cencos),Maximum entropy Markov model (MEMM),UN Geneva,The Athens Concert Hall,Mahatma Gandhi,Exfiltration over c&C, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD),European Centre for Press and Media Freedom,RTSinfo,Front Line Defenders, Michel LeGrand,Stingray Classica,Αἰσχύλος, direction générale des Archives de France,Reprieve (organisation),Pr Oliver Popov (Department of Computer and Systems Sciences),Cindy Cohn(Human Rights Advocates),Mariinsky Theatre, Philharmonie de Paris, SRF Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Wiener Symphoniker,Zeek(IDS), Future of Life Institute,OFDT,Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies,Franco Basaglia,Николай Андреевич,DoS-атака,The Intercept,Internet Watch Foundation,Anne-Sophie Mutter,Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF),Georges Bizet,Political ethics, Committee to Protect Journalists, Memoriav – Préserver le patrimoine audiovisuel, swisspeace,Fondation pour la Nature et l’Homme,UNODC,Medici & Mezzo (télévision),Animal Liberation Front (ALF),European Centre for Democracy & Human Rights,MozillaWiki,Violette Szabo, World Council for Gifted and Talented Children,Johannes Brahms,Louis Pasteur,Aleksandra Mikulska,Michel Houellebecq, Sviatoslav Richter, Dmitri Shostakovich, The Violin Channel, Госоркестр России имени Е. Ф. Светланова, Singapore Symphony Orchestra,Cryptography,Nancy Grace Augusta Wake (SOE during WWII nommée Souris Blanche),United Nations Human Rights, Vladimir Samoylovich Horowitz,Christian Cabrol(French cardiac surgeon),Martin Scorsese,SRF Archiv, Buster Keaton,La Légende de saint Julien l’Hospitalier, David Lynch,Mozilla Skywriter,Ginette Neveu,Selbstdatenschutz, Jean Jaurès,Йоанна Рутковская(ОС Qubes),Jacques Glowinski,Human Rights Watch,National Geographic,Ancient Greece,Sayaka Shoji,Россия, Serge Prokofieff,Pierre Bourdieu,(Project EMPACT) by Europol,Bruce Davidson,Epicurus,Российский государственный симфонический оркестр кинематографии, جورج إبراهيم عبدالله, Евгений Мравинский, Maria Casares,Jules Massenet,Michel Piccoli,台灣人權促進會, Xian Jiaotong Universit,Collège de France,Jean Sibelius,Agence de la biomédecine,Yehudi Menuhin,Louis Armstrong, Jean Cavaillès,Vadim Repin,BNRDF, Hans Knappertsbusch, Göran Persson(SAP),Ξενοφάνης,The National Museum of Computing, Michael Lonsdale,ArkivMusic, The 88 Project,Gustav Mahler,Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC), William of Ockham,Gallimard, Jacques Le Goff,Strong cryptography,Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press,Sophie Scholl World War II cryptography,CMIREB, 立教大学交響楽団, Зо́я Анато́льевна Космодемья́нская,The Save the Children Fund, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) ,Verified Voting Foundation,Kinetoscope (old device),Qubes Os,Святослав Теофилович,Théâtre national populaire (TNP),Henri Bergson, International Osteopathy,Montreux Jazz Festival, Ftp-Moi (WW2),The Olds movies (1930/1970),Пётр Ильич Чайковский,Éric Halphen (investigating magistrate),Computer History Museum,Louis Vierne,Legal ethics,Special Operations Executive (WW2),La Fabrique de l'Histoire(France Culture),Jean Jaurès,Lavabit LLC, Freedom of the Press Foundation,Pastebin, Free French Forces(FFL WWII),Michel Foucault (philosopher),Human Rights Louis Lumière,Foundation (HRF),Vātsyāyana,Edvard Grieg,Amicus ALJ,Laurène L’Allinec,Firefox Focus mobile browser, Françoise Sagan,Jean-Jacques Annaud(French film director), Ἱπποκράτης,Pierre-Joseph Proudhon,International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance – IHRA,Advocaten Zonder Grenzen, PubChem,Ἀριστοτέλης, Zensurfreier DNS-Server ,Seiji Ozawa,Charlie Chaplin,Θεόφραστος,Eugène Ysaÿe,Young Pirates of EuropeSearidge Foundation,Πλάτων,Jacques Monod(biochemist),OpenVPN,Marc Trévidic (French magistrate),HackerOne,Lucien Bonnafé, Jacques Prévert, IFEX,Medici Tv, فرانسوا بورغا (علوم اجتماعية) ,Samuel Barber,Compagnon de la Libération, Ernest Chausson,Marie-Pierre Kœnig (WWII), Serge Prokofieff,Kofi Annan,Otto Kühne ( German antifascist fighters in the French region of Lozère,France),Christiaan Barnard , Cicéron,Ginette Neveu,Владимир Самойлович Горовиц,Steve Wozniak,Sayaka Shoji, Eugene Ormandy, France Culture, 司馬相如,Engineering Projects Treeherder mozilla,Paul Dukas,CNRS, Qubes OS,Christian de Duve,Πυθαγόρας,Atelier de création radiophonique RTF Since 1969,Raymond Queneau,Pierre Schaeffer, (HAL-SHS),Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek,Ὅμηρος, Jean Genet, Humanism, SecureDNS,Françoise Sagan,World Health Organization,KeePassXC software,Littérature et Poésie, Горбачёв, Михаил Сергеевич, Jacques Le Goff, Iremam,L’Abbé Pierre,Aram Khatchatourian,Innocence ProjectNational Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP) , 創用CC ,Mstislav Rostropovitch,Turner Classic Movies UK,Louis Althusser,Πεδάνιος Διοσκορίδης,Marie-Claire Alain(French organist), Institut national de l'audiovisuel,Concordance des temps Par Jean-Noël Jeanneney (France Culture),Nikolaï Rimski-Korsakov,Dario Mantovani,AntiSecurity ITA, Apoliticism, Jean Cavaillès,Modest Moussorgski,National Geographic,George Gershwin,Steve Jobs,Jean Cavaillès,Ceux de la Résistance, SENG – Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted,Louis Pasteur,Brute Force attack,Cicéron,阻斷服務攻擊,Domenico Scarlatti,Paul Eluard,Laurence Vichnievsky(French magistrate)French Institute of the Near East,Jacques Prévert,Robert Beens (Startmail),GitHub,World Food Programme, Thomas Szasz,Aethelflaed, CNR (1943),Xavier Leroy(French computer scientist),મોહનદાસ કરમચંદ ગાંધી,Jean Topart, Violette Szabo, Alain Cuny, Robert Antelme, Qualys SSl Labs,Российская государственная библиотека, Louis Pasteur,William Tutte,Romy Schneider,Henri Guillemin French Historian,Bruno Langhendries,,Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo),Pierre Sipriot, Jean Rostand, Henri Bergson,The National Whistleblower Center, Gustave Flaubert, Римский-Корсаков,John Hind Farmer(SOE),credential dumping, proto-IoT Attack,François Tosquelles,Edward Elgar,Claude Hagège (French linguist),Chambre régionale des comptes,Hubert Reeves,Carl Orff,Greek mythology,小澤征爾,Special Operations Executive (during WW2),Michel Bouquet(acteur,narrateur),VeraCrypt,Пётр Ильич Чайковский,Thomas Szasz ,Роза Егоровна, Jean Rostand,Amy Johnson,Claudio Abbado,Wilhelm Furtwängler,Old Cipher Machines, Eugène Ysaÿe, Jean-Toussaint Desanti, Gallica BnF, 筑波大学,Knot DNS ,Diacritiques Éditions,Margueritte Yourcenar,Lucie Aubrac,Nations Unies,Protonmail Team,Jean Topart,RSA Factoring Challenge,Louis-René des Forêts,Henri Grouès (l’abbé Pierre),Tutanota Team,Louis Jouvet (actor) Jean Sibelius,Mireille Delmas-Marty.

And my great-grandfather Lucien Victor Gewiss (Ville d'Avray) , my father died forty-five years ago,and the women I have loved...


Books (entre autres) :

—Mireille Delmas-Marty: Les forces imaginantes du droit ( IV & II) Vers une Communauté de valeurs (2011) & Le relatif et l’universel (2004) —Robert Badinter: L’exécution (1973),L’abolition (2000) —Pierre Legendre: (Juriste). Vues éparses (2009) —Louis-René des Forêts: Ostinato (1997), La Chambre des enfants (1960) —Albert Camus. Le Mythe de Sisyphe (1942) —Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Citadelle 1948, Lettres à l’inconnue 1943 (magnifique) —Marguerite Yourcenar: Mémoires d’Hadrien 1951, Mishima ou la Vision du vide (1980) et D'Hadrien à Zénon «Persévérer dans l'être» Correspondance (1961-1963) —Jean-Toussaint Desanti: La peau des mots. Réflexions sur la question éthique (2004) —Christian Bobin: La Part manquante (1989), La Vie passante, (1990),Paroles pour un adieu (2001) —Jean Rostand: Hommes de vérité (1942) —André Gide: La Symphonie Pastorale (1918) —Mikel Dufrenne & Paul Ricoeur: Karl Jaspers et la Philosophie de l’existence (1947) —Lucien Bonnafé: Désaliéner : folie(s) et société(s) (1992) —François Burgat: Comprendre l’islam politique – une trajectoire de recherche sur l’altérité islamiste,L’Islamisme en face (2016) —Henri Bergson: La Pensée et le Mouvant (1934) —Jean-Louis Crémieux-Brilhac & Michael Richard Daniell Foot: Des Anglais dans la Résistance (SOE) (2004) —Gustave Flaubert: Légende de Saint Julien l’Hospitalier (1877) —Robert Musil: L’Homme sans qualités (1932) —Bruce Schneier: The Twofish Encryption Algorithm (1999),Great work (2007) —Umberto Eco: Il Nome Della Rosa […] stat rosa pristina nomine nomina nuda tenemus… (1980) —Robert Ludlum: Le Pacte Holcroft (1978) —Camille Belguise: La vie a tout dicté (1970) —André Chamson: Quatre mois, carnet d’un officier de liaison (1940) / Suite cévenole (1968) —Hubert Reeves: La Première Seconde (1995) —François Burgat: A propos du terrorisme islamique: Figures de l’islamisme. Maghreb-Machrek, Eska (2006) —Pierre Legendre: Ce que l’Occident ne voit pas de l’Occident. Conférences au Japon (2004) —Jacques Vergès: Pour Djamila Bouhired (1957) —Ancien Général Bertrand Soubelet: Tout ce qu'il ne faut pas dire (2016) —François Mitterrand: Les Forces de l'esprit, messages pour demain (1998) —Claude Hagège: Les religions, la parole, la violence (2017) et La Structure des langues (1982) —Éric Halphen: Sept ans de solitude (2002) —Khalil Gibran: Les Ailes brisées (1912)


In solidarity with Library Genesis & Sci-Hub founded by Alexandra Elbakyan “Why Science is Better with Communism? The Case of Sci-Hub”

To remove all barriers in the way of science:

https://sci-hub.se/https://sci-hub.tw/ — scihub22266oqcxt.onion



Guerilla Open Access Manifesto by Aaron Swartz: https://archive.org/details/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto What Happens in The Dark Knight by Aaron Swartz: http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/

Aaron Swartz faced so much legal retaliation that he committed suicide. Born: November 8, 1986 – Died: January 11, 2013


On 7 March 2019, following a complaint by Elsevier and Springer Nature, a French court ordered French ISPs to block access to Sci-Hub and Library Genesis

Tribunal d’instance de Paris, 3ème chambre 4ème section N° RG 18/14194 – N° Portalis: 352J-W-B7C-COM

A research paper is a special publication written by scientists to be read by other researchers. Papers are primary sources neccessary for research – They contain detailed description of new results and experiments

At this time the widest possible distribution of research papers, as well as of other scientific or educational sources, is artificially restricted by copyright laws. Such laws effectively slow down the development of science in human society. The Sci-Hub project, running from 5th September 2011, is challenging the status quo. At the moment, Sci-Hub provides access to hundreds of thousands research papers every day, effectively bypassing any paywalls and restrictions.

In Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s tale the Little Prince meets a businessman who accumulates stars with the sole purpose of being able to buy more stars. The Little Prince is perplexed. He owns only a flower, which he waters every day. Three volcanoes, which he cleans every week. « It is of some use to my volcanoes, and it is of some use to my flower, that I own them, » he says, « but you are of no use to the stars that you own ».

There are many businessmen who own knowledge today. Consider Elsevier, the largest scholarly publisher, whose 37% profit margin stands in sharp contrast to the rising fees, expanding student loan debt and poverty-level wages for adjunct faculty. Elsevier owns some of the largest databases of academic material, which are licensed at prices so scandalously high that even Harvard, the richest university of the global north, has complained that it cannot afford them any longer.

Robert Darnton, the past director of Harvard Library, says « We faculty do the research, write the papers, referee papers by other researchers, serve on editorial boards, all of it for free … and then we buy back the results of our labour at outrageous prices. »

For all the work supported by public money benefiting scholarly publishers, particularly the peer review that grounds their legitimacy, journal articles are priced such that they prohibit access to science to many academics – and all non-academics – across the world, and render it a token of privilege.

Elsevier has recently filed a copyright infringement suit in New York against Science Hub and Library Genesis claiming millions of dollars in damages. This has come as a big blow, not just to the administrators of the websites but also to thousands of researchers around the world for whom these sites are the only viable source of academic materials.

The social media, mailing lists and IRC channels have been filled with their distress messages, desperately seeking articles and publications. Even as the New York District Court was delivering its injunction, news came of the entire editorial board of highly-esteemed journal Lingua handing in their collective resignation, citing as their reason the refusal by Elsevier to go open access and give up on the high fees it charges to authors and their academic institutions.

As we write these lines, a petition is doing the rounds demanding that Taylor & Francis doesn’t shut down Ashgate, a formerly independent humanities publisher that it acquired earlier in 2015.

It is threatened to go the way of other small publishers that are being rolled over by the growing monopoly and concentration in the publishing market. These are just some of the signs that the system is broken. It devalues us, authors, editors and readers alike. It parasites on our labor, it thwarts our service to the public, it denies us access.

We have the means and methods to make knowledge accessible to everyone, with no economic barrier to access and at a much lower cost to society. But closed access’s monopoly over academic publishing, its spectacular profits and its central role in the allocation of academic prestige trump the public interest. Commercial publishers effectively impede open access, criminalize us, prosecute our heroes and heroines, and destroy our libraries, again and again.

Before Science Hub and Library Genesis there was Library.nu or Gigapedia; before Gigapedia there was textz.com; before textz.com there was little; and before there was little there was nothing. That’s what they want: to reduce most of us back to nothing. And they have the full support of the courts and law to do exactly that.

In Elsevier’s case against Sci-Hub and Library Genesis, the judge said: « simply making copyrighted content available for free via a foreign website, disserves the public interest ».

Alexandra Elbakyan’s original plea put the stakes much higher: « If Elsevier manages to shut down our projects or force them into the darknet, that will demonstrate an important idea: that the public does not have the right to knowledge. »

We demonstrate daily, and on a massive scale, that the system is broken. We share our writing secretly behind the backs of our publishers, circumvent paywalls to access articles and publications, digitize and upload books to libraries. This is the other side of 37% profit margins: our knowledge commons grows in the fault lines of a broken system.

We are all custodians of knowledge, custodians of the same infrastructures that we depend on for producing knowledge, custodians of our fertile but fragile commons. To be a custodian is, de facto, to download, to share, to read, to write, to review, to edit, to digitize, to archive, to maintain libraries, to make them accessible. It is to be of use to, not to make property of, our knowledge commons.

More than seven years ago Aaron Swartz, who spared no risk in standing up for what we here urge you to stand up for too, wrote: « We need to take information, wherever it is stored, make our copies and share them with the world. We need to take stuff that’s out of copyright and add it to the archive.

We need to buy secret databases and put them on the Web. We need to download scientific journals and upload them to file sharing networks. We need to fight for Guerilla Open Access. With enough of us, around the world, we’ll not just send a strong message opposing the privatization of knowledge — we’ll make it a thing of the past. Will you join us? »

We find ourselves at a decisive moment. This is the time to recognize that the very existence of our massive knowledge commons is an act of collective civil disobedience. It is the time to emerge from hiding and put our names behind this act of resistance. You may feel isolated, but there are many of us. The anger, desperation and fear of losing our library infrastructures, voiced across the internet, tell us that. This is the time for us custodians, being dogs, humans or cyborgs, with our names, nicknames and pseudonyms, to raise our voices.

Share this letter – read it in public – leave it in the printer Share your writing – digitize a book – upload your files Don’t let our knowledge be crushed Care for the libraries – care for the metadata – care for the backup. Water the flowers – clean the volcanoes


A mes bien-aimées

στέρνα περὶ στέρνοις μαστῷ δ’ ἔπι μαστὸν ἐρείσας χείλεά τε γλυκεροῖς χείλεσι συμπιέσας Ἀντιγόνης καὶ χρῶτα λαβὼν πρὸς χρῶτα· τὰ λοιπὰ σιγῶ· μάρτυς ἐφ’ οἷς λύχνος ἐπεγράφετο Μάρκος Αργεντάριος – 1er siècle après. J.-C. Anthologie palatine, Les Belles Lettres, Livres I-IV

Non ego nunc tristis vereor, mea Cynthia, Manis nec moror extremo debita fata rogo ; sed ne forte tuo careat mihi funus amore, hic timor est ipsis durior exsequiis. Non adeo leviter noster puer haesit ocellis, ut meus oblito pulvis amore vacet. Illic, quidquid ero, semper tua dicar imago : traicit et fati litora magnus amor. Illic formosae veniant chorus heroinae, quas dedit Argivis Dardana praeda viris ; quarum nulla tua fuerit mihi, Cynthia, forma gratior, et (Tellus hoc ita iusta sinat), quamvis te longae remorentur fata senectae, cara tamen lacrimis ossa futura meis. Quae tu viva mea possis sentire favilla ! Tum mihi non ullo mors sit amara loco ; quam vereor, ne te contempto, Cynthia, busto abstrahat e nostro pulvere iniquus Amor cogat et invitam lacrimas siccare cadentis. Flectitur assiduis certa puella minis. Quare, dum licet, inter nos laetemur amantes non satis est ullo tempore longus amor. Properce nommé Sextus Propertius Elégies, I, 19, 1-6 et 11-26


Κωνσταντίνος Καβάφης :


Σὰ βγεῖς στὸν πηγαιμὸ γιὰ τὴν Ἰθάκη,

νὰ εὔχεσαι νἆναι μακρὺς ὁ δρόμος,

γεμάτος περιπέτειες, γεμάτος γνώσεις.

Τοὺς Λαιστρυγόνας καὶ τοὺς Κύκλωπας,

τὸν θυμωμένο Ποσειδῶνα μὴ φοβᾶσαι,

τέτοια στὸν δρόμο σου ποτέ σου δὲν θὰ βρεῖς,

ἂν μέν᾿ ἡ σκέψις σου ὑψηλή, ἂν ἐκλεκτὴ

συγκίνησις τὸ πνεῦμα καὶ τὸ σῶμα σου ἀγγίζει.

Τοὺς Λαιστρυγόνας καὶ τοὺς Κύκλωπας,

τὸν ἄγριο Ποσειδώνα δὲν θὰ συναντήσεις,

ἂν δὲν τοὺς κουβανεῖς μὲς στὴν ψυχή σου,

ἂν ἡ ψυχή σου δὲν τοὺς στήνει ἐμπρός σου.

Νὰ εὔχεσαι νά ῾ναι μακρὺς ὁ δρόμος.

Πολλὰ τὰ καλοκαιρινὰ πρωϊὰ νὰ εἶναι

ποὺ μὲ τί εὐχαρίστηση, μὲ τί χαρὰ

θὰ μπαίνεις σὲ λιμένας πρωτοειδωμένους·

νὰ σταματήσεις σ᾿ ἐμπορεῖα Φοινικικά,

καὶ τὲς καλὲς πραγμάτειες ν᾿ ἀποκτήσεις,

σεντέφια καὶ κοράλλια, κεχριμπάρια κ᾿ ἔβενους,

καὶ ἡδονικὰ μυρωδικὰ κάθε λογῆς,

ὅσο μπορεῖς πιὸ ἄφθονα ἡδονικὰ μυρωδικά.

Σὲ πόλεις Αἰγυπτιακὲς πολλὲς νὰ πᾷς,

νὰ μάθεις καὶ νὰ μάθεις ἀπ᾿ τοὺς σπουδασμένους.

Πάντα στὸ νοῦ σου νἄχῃς τὴν Ἰθάκη.

Τὸ φθάσιμον ἐκεῖ εἶν᾿ ὁ προορισμός σου.

Ἀλλὰ μὴ βιάζῃς τὸ ταξείδι διόλου.

Καλλίτερα χρόνια πολλὰ νὰ διαρκέσει.

Καὶ γέρος πιὰ ν᾿ ἀράξῃς στὸ νησί,

πλούσιος μὲ ὅσα κέρδισες στὸν δρόμο,

μὴ προσδοκώντας πλούτη νὰ σὲ δώσῃ ἡ Ἰθάκη.

Ἡ Ἰθάκη σ᾿ ἔδωσε τ᾿ ὡραῖο ταξίδι.

Χωρὶς αὐτὴν δὲν θἄβγαινες στὸν δρόμο.

Ἄλλα δὲν ἔχει νὰ σὲ δώσει πιά.

Κι ἂν πτωχικὴ τὴν βρῇς, ἡ Ἰθάκη δὲν σὲ γέλασε.

Ἔτσι σοφὸς ποὺ ἔγινες, μὲ τόση πείρα,

ἤδη θὰ τὸ κατάλαβες ᾑ Ἰθάκες τί σημαίνουν.


Sὰ vyeῖs stὸn pīgaimὸ yiὰ tὴn Ἰthákī, nὰ eὔchesai nἆnai makrὺs ὁ drómos, yemátos peripéteies, yemátos gnṓseis.

Toὺs Laistrygónas kaὶ toὺs Kýklōpas, tὸn thymōméno Poseidῶna mὴ fovᾶsai, tétoia stὸn drómo sou poté sou dὲn thὰ vreῖs, ἂn mén᾿ ἡ sképsis sou ὑpsīlī́, ἂn ἐklektὴ sygkínīsis tὸ pneῦma kaὶ tὸ sῶma sou ἀṉgízei.

Toὺs Laistrygónas kaὶ toὺs Kýklōpas, tὸn ἄgrio Poseidṓna dὲn thὰ synantī́seis, ἂn dὲn toὺs kouvaneῖs mὲs stὴn psychī́ sou,

ἂn ἡ psychī́ sou dὲn toὺs stī́nei ἐmprós sou. Nὰ eὔchesai ná ῾nai makrὺs ὁ drómos.

Pollὰ tὰ kalokairinὰ prōïὰ nὰ eἶnai poὺ mὲ tí eὐcharístīsī, mὲ tí charὰ thὰ ḇaíneis sὲ liménas prōtoeidōménous· nὰ stamatī́seis s᾿ ἐmporeῖa Foinikiká, kaὶ tὲs kalὲs pragmáteies n᾿ ἀpoktī́seis, sentéfia kaὶ korállia, kechrimpária k᾿ ἔvenous, kaὶ ἡdonikὰ myrōdikὰ káthe logῆs, ὅso ḇoreῖs piὸ ἄfthona ἡdonikὰ myrōdiká. Sὲ póleis Aἰyyptiakὲs pollὲs nὰ pᾷs, nὰ mátheis kaὶ nὰ mátheis ἀp᾿ toὺs spoudasménous. Pánta stὸ noῦ sou nἄchῃs tὴn Ἰthákī.

Tὸ fthásimon ἐkeῖ eἶn᾿ ὁ proorismós sou. Ἀllὰ mὴ viázῃs tὸ taxeídi diólou. Kallítera chrónia pollὰ nὰ diarkései. Kaὶ géros piὰ n᾿ ἀráxῃs stὸ nīsí, ploúsios mὲ ὅsa kérdises stὸn drómo, mὴ prosdokṓntas ploútī nὰ sὲ dṓsῃ ἡ Ἰthákī. Ἡ Ἰthákī s᾿ ἔdōse t᾿ ὡraῖo taxídi.

Chōrὶs aὐtὴn dὲn thἄvgaines stὸn drómo. Ἄlla dὲn ἔchei nὰ sὲ dṓsei piá. Ki ἂn ptōchikὴ tὴn vrῇs, ἡ Ἰthákī dὲn sὲ gélase. Ἔtsi sofὸs poὺ ἔyines, mὲ tósī peíra, ἤdī thὰ tὸ katálaves ᾑ Ἰthákes tí sīmaínoun.


Quand tu partiras pour Ithaque, souhaite que le chemin soit long, riche en péripéties et en expériences.

Ne crains ni les Lestrygons, ni les Cyclopes, ni la colère de Neptune. Tu ne verras rien de pareil sur ta route si tes pensées restent hautes, Si ton corps et ton âme ne se laissent effleurer que par des émotions sans bassesse.

Tu ne rencontreras ni les Lestrygons, ni les Cyclopes, ni le farouche Neptune, si tu ne les portes pas en toi-même, si ton cœur ne les dresse pas devant toi.

Souhaite que le chemin soit long, que nombreux soient les matins d’été, où (avec quelles délices !) tu pénètreras dans des ports vus pour la première fois.

Fais escale à des comptoirs phéniciens, et acquiers de belles marchandises : nacre et corail, ambre et ébène, et mille sortes d’entêtants parfums.

Acquiers le plus possible de ces entêtants parfums. Visite de nombreuses cités égyptiennes, et instruis-toi avidement auprès de leurs sages. Garde sans cesse Ithaque présente à ton esprit.

Ton but final est d’y parvenir, mais n’écourte pas ton voyage : mieux vaut qu’il dure de longues années, et que tu abordes enfin dans ton île aux jours de ta vieillesse, riche de tout ce que tu as gagné en chemin, sans attendre qu’Ithaque t’enrichisse.

Ithaque t’a donné le beau voyage : sans elle, tu ne te serais pas mis en route. Elle n’a plus rien d’autre à te donner.

Même si tu la trouves pauvre, Ithaque ne t’a pas trompé. Sage comme tu l’es devenu à la suite de tant d’expériences, tu as enfin compris ce que signifient les Ithaques.


Κωνσταντίνος Καβάφης Translation: Marguerite Yourcenar Poèmes In Blanche. Paris: Gallimard, 1958. Ithaca Greek Poetry Kabaphēs Constantine Cavafy Marguerite Yourcenar © (Ατελών ποιημάτων) Onassis Fondation ©2013 Thanks


Валерий Абисалович Гергиев🇷🇺 Play Пётр Ильич Чайковский Симфония🇷🇺 №6 си минор соч74 « Патетическая » Венский филармонический оркестр🇦🇹. Симфония Bminor Op74 Чайковский Gergiev Гергиев Wiener Philharmoniker Adagio – Allegro non troppo @ 09:10 😉 https://youtu.be/9hW9u-Jw7r4

Maria Grinberg – Keyboard Sonata in F minor, K.69 L.382 P.42 CZ.115 Мария Израилевна Гринберг 🇺🇦Play Скарлатти Доменико🇮🇹 Пианистн Блуменфельд Феликс Михайлович Keyboard Domenico Scarlatti CZ.115 – 소나타 K. 069 (L. 382/P. 42) https://youtu.be/zOMY9r0RO7k

Before, I only liked the one conducted under the direction of this symphony by the conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler (audio recording 1949 – Berlin Philharmonic). But today I rediscover with the interpretation of the conductor Hartmut Haenchen, a musical work staged with a great mastery and disturbing sensitivity (2nd version, 1890) Sinfonie Nr. 8 c-MollFeierlich finale, nicht schnell: a broad and masterful interpretation to at: 12:46 & 17:29 Mns … listen https://youtu.be/yTUXnJ5j_AM

Wilhelm Furtwängler, une illusion face au nazisme. Audrey Roncigli – Doctorante, Université de Nancy 2 https://www.cairn.info/revue-guerres-mondiales-et-conflits-contemporains-2007-3-page-75.htm

Gustav Heinrich Ernst Martin Wilhelm Furtwängler – Conducting Wilhelm Richard Wagner. Götterdämmerung Siegfried’s Funeral March/Furtwängler WWV 86D, Act III https://youtu.be/6BobSnzJL60


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特別何かしてるというわけではありませんが... とりあえずiPhoneを設定して利用してます。 基本は通信全遮断、内外カメラ利用不可状態にしてます (なぜ物理シャッター付いていないのでしょうね)。 GPSは通信遮断でも機能しているようです(電源オフでも?)。 ジャミング用のポーチに入れとけばいいのかな?

余談ですがジャミング用グッズは衣類もあるようですね。 なんか最近どこかで見たことあるようなないような柄だったりするものもあったりします^^; 監視カメラやセンサーをスルーできる目立たないアイテムは難しい気もしますがあるかもしれません(所持してると逆に要注意度アップかもしれませんが^^;)。

android端末だと設定云々よりOSを入れ替えてしまうのがよさそうです。 LineageOSや/e/など、他にもあるかもしれません。 /e/はプライバシー重視を前面に出してます。 スマホが対応しているか、アプリの利用やその代替など解決できればの話ですが。 でもあれこれ書いても自分以外も配慮していないと意味ないかも。 あとアップデート時やアプリ利用時どのみち抜かれるのだろうけど。

追記 ジャミングって迷彩柄のブランド? これとは別にカメラ攪乱する衣類あったと記憶してますが^^; (ジョークアイテムの可能性はあります)

ジャミングとかいう言葉はメジャーにはならないでしょう。 逆にたとえ些細な事柄でもメディアが拡散すればメジャーになります、そういうものです。

これは余談ですが、トレードしてて思うこと... 深層心理を追及しているのか、結果そのような値動きになるのか? 最近は心的な健康に悪そうな動きにしか見えないです^^;


from generic blog

I'll avoid hiding it in pretty language: I've had it with shopping at stores. “Meat space” shopping has lost (if it ever had) its appeal. The selection is worse than it was pre-internet which already negates much of the convenience. However the most important thing lost has been customer service.

“Good Customer Service” is an increasingly vague term often used by irate customers who feel they haven't received it when they're actually just cranky. I'll define what it means for our purposes. Good customer service is being aware of what your customer needs, providing it within reasonable limits, and not being a dick about it.

That last bit is the most important. Don't be a dick about having to do (or not do, as we will see) something for your customer. If you can't accommodate them, at least be nice about it.

Dude, who hurt you?

This diatribe has a story of course. What happened here brought home my concerns about real world shopping.

Why am I not getting my stuff from [redacted].com?

First, if I am shopping at your store I am doing it for these reasons:

  1. I need what I'm shopping now, not in days. The age of having something unique that can't be ordered online is decidedly over.
  2. I prefer supporting my local economy, and the jobs it creates.
  3. I may need assistance with my purchase that is not easily obtained by a simple web search. In other words, I might need customer service.

When shopping for a fairly common item today, the store didn't have what I needed in stock (fail on point #1). I'd decided to see if there was anything else in stock or on sale that I could use. I have several projects I'm working on and had time to meander.

The point at which it got surreal

After being let down by the anemic stock policy (we can order that for you!) and when I'd gotten to the third area of the shop, I had been asked if I needed help four separate times. Twice by the same person. Isn't this good customer service? When the customer has repeatedly said that they don't want help and they've also declined help from peers who are in earshot, the answer becomes no. This clearly falls under, “Being aware of a customer's needs.” (fail on point #3)

I could speculate at length here about why this is a thing. Perhaps they are self aware enough to know they need to provide a “value add” to the store. Perhaps most people who come in really don't know what they want or need. In a darker light, perhaps they are also doing loss prevention. In a time long ago when I worked retail we were told that being helpful also lowered shoplifting. We were occasionally advised to give specific people close attention. In any of these though, it was abundantly clear that the effort wasn't necessary. I was a regular customer who had repeatedly refused help.

The staffer who I'd already turned down once argued when I declined the second time. Admittedly, it may have been a mistake to point out he'd asked twice and it was the fourth time I'd been asked in total. I'd hoped it would let them know that they could actually do something besides babysit me. Instead I got a bit of a lecture about how it's their job to help, how they were just asking, and that it's their section. I reiterated that I didn't need any help. Instead of that ending the conversation, this “helpful” employee continued to argue the point.

I was no longer in the mood to be nice because a casual (albeit rare) browsing experience was already over. I let them know if they felt like arguing we could take it up with their manager. I was surprised that they actually started laying into me further. Since I already knew the manager, I found him.

Had enough? HAVE MORE!

While discussing what happened with the manager, the employee came over. He started talking over me and arguing with me in front of the manager and other customers. I was not surprised. Clearly the guy shouldn't be around people, much less in a customer facing role. What surprised me was that the manager's response was, “I tell all my people to ask people on the floor if they need help.”

Rather than belabor the conversation by arguing the reasons why repeatedly asking a customer who has refused help is bad customer service, I made the only point that might get traction. I wasn't involving him because of the overzealous sales staff, I was involving him because his employee started an argument with a customer and was being rude to the point of belligerence.

He said he'd talk to him about it. Somehow, I doubt it.

Internet to the rescue

The ironic close to the story is that when I got home I got on my computer I looked up the store on the corporate website. I quickly found the store number, address, and the customer service contacts. The help I obtained online and on the phone far exceeded what I was provided in the store. The bonus irony here is that the representative I dealt with was in South America. (fail on point #2)

Cool story, what's this have to do with the demise of retail?

It's clear to me that nobody wants to be there anymore. If someone has a skill in either customer service, or a technical/skilled realm they are quite unlikely to be working at a brick and mortar store. Corporate stores suffer from either old-world thinking about their markup, higher costs of operations, and/or diminished buying power that immediately makes them noncompetitive. The common solution where stock tends to go obsolete, such as book or electronics stores, is to keep inventory lean and focused on high-volume sellers. That midpoint will continue to shrink, especially with the diversification of product and the short window where consumer products are “hot sellers”. If I drive to your store and am told that I can order it on your website and pick it up there later, I'll save myself the gas and have it delivered by your competitor to my front door in less time. Thanks for wasting my trip, by the way.

It reminds me of what it was like when I worked in corporate IT. Before someone realized that the internet could actually make you money, we were regarded as a cost center, and largely treated like steerage. It was all very, “Row moar faster!!!” WHIP-CRACK! People who had to help had increasingly unrealistic (often conflicting) demands from the people above them for success. That double-bind situation lead to a lot of surly people on the front lines who didn't give a flying fig about providing good service.

The sum of all this is clear: With very few exceptions, a retail store just isn't going to be able to give me what I want anymore. It's dying at the core, and it's spread to the edges. I'm not saying this is a good thing, but I'm calling it regardless.

Now if you'll pardon me, I'm going to go save $25 online for an item that was $75 (and not in stock) at the store where I was mistreated...


from Curva do Rio – onde tudo que não presta vai parar

Haroldo Queiroz monta armadilha e cai nela

Bode do MalO ex-prefeito Haroldo Queiroz se vangloria de ter pago R$ 300 mil para garantir a condenação do prefeito Fernando Cabral, mas a maldade dele está se voltando contra ele mesmo.

Grande perdedor nas urnas, Haroldo decidiu se vingar no tapetão. Como ele mesmo disse ainda em 2016, em Bom Despacho ele ia perder a ação contra seu adversário vitorioso, Fernando Cabral, mas que no TRE ele garantia a parada porque lá ele tinha um padrinho forte. O nome do padrinho ninguém pronuncia, mas todo mundo sabe quem é.

Recentemente, antes da votação no TRE, ele garantiu que teria 4 votos. Estes votos teriam lhe custado R$ 300.000,00. Embora todo mundo saiba que Haroldo é um mentiroso compulsivo, todo mundo que é do ramo também sabe que o relator do processo, Desembargador Alexandre Victor de Carvalho é venal(*), e os favores que deve a um ex-governador vem de pai para filho.

Consequências eleitorais Anderson do GásO ex-prefeito Haroldo se meteu numa enrascada política. Se o TRE afastar o prefeito Fernando Cabral, sua adversária Joice Quirino assumirá a prefeitura. Esta é uma possibilidade que está assombrando ex-prefeito. Por isto, na próxima eleição da presidente da Câmara ele quer eleger sua mulher, Cessão Queiroz. Desta forma ele voltaria a comandar a cidade por via escusas. O problema é que a mulher dele só tem um voto, que é o dela mesma. Haroldo quer então comprar o voto dos vereadores Ânderson do Gás e Fernando Becker. O voto do Ânderson tem preço conhecido e é barato (veja aqui), mas o voto de Fernando Becker ainda não tem preço ajustado.

Joice QuirinoNo momento Haroldo “Tiro no Pé” Queiroz está sem dormir para saber como sua maldade não voltará contra ele mesmo. Se o TRE reverter a decisão Fernando Cabral fica e Haroldo vai para casa com o rabo entre as pernas, mas se o TRE não reverter, Joice Quirino assume a prefeitura e ganha a próxima eleição. Isto é, a menos que os vereadores abram uma CPI pela compra de votos (Veja aqui)

Bode do Mal(*) Com autorização do STJ,o Desembargador Alexandre Victor de Carvalho está sendo investigado por nepotismo, abuso e corrupção. Leias as matérias abaixo para saber mais sobre as virtudes do Desembargador que comando o TRE-ME: Gravações mostram desembargador negociando cargos Desembargador com “bundona na janela” CNJ pede informações a desembargador Tribunal abre processo para investigar magistrado

Veja também estas biografias Cessão Queiroz, a primeira dama do ladrão Acir Parreiras, o cupincha Tereza Raquel Queiroz, a filha do ladrão Haroldo Queiroz condenado pelo TCU Haroldo Queiroz o ladrão cria da casa Cláudio Boca Preta, o gigolô do INSS Mozart Fosquete Agostinho Santos – Gigolô da Prefeitura Maurício Reis – o picareta que veio de fora


from FMA

Buscamos trasladar el significado de aquello que creemos entender a lo que se nos hace desconocido.

Para luego, cuando lo lejano se nos vuelve familiar;

buscar nuevos sentidos a lo cotidiano.

El ciclo de la metáfora


from Adrian Marciniuk's Blog

Today I will show you a great script that I did to make screenshots!


Start with what you need!

The script needs dmenu (or rofi) to work, and Awesome font (if you want icons). Below is the complete list of components needed.

[Package name | Description] 1. git | Distributed version control system 2. maim | Utility to take a screenshot 3. ttf-font-awesome | Iconic font designed for Bootstrap (Not required) 4. dmenu | Generic menu for X

Installation of the dmenu.

I recommend using my dmenu fork, so I'll make this paragraph using his example. But relax, there will be a post about dmenu in the future!

  1. Dependencies:

    • git | Distributed version control system
    • make | Build utility
    • libx11 | X11 client-side library
    • libxinerama | X11 Xinerama extension library
    • libxft | FreeType-based font drawing library for X
    • fontconfig | Library for configuring fonts, required for default build as it asks for your system mono font
  2. Installation:

    $ cd ~/.config
    $ git clone https://gitlab.com/xXBlackMaskXx/dmenu
    $ cd dmenu
    $ sudo make clean install

Now that we have everything installed, we can clone the repository containing the script

To do this, enter in the terminal:

$ git clone https://gitlab.com/xXBlackMaskXx/sss
$ cd sss
$ cp screenshot.sh [wherever you want]

Now just add the key binding in your window manager.

I use i3-gaps so using his example I will show you how to do it.

  1. First go to the i3-gaps configuration file:
$ cd ~/.config/i3/
  1. Then open the “config” file (For example, using Vim):
$ vim config
  1. Now just add the following line in the bindings section:
bindsym [the button you want to have binding] exec --no-startup-id ~/.scripts/screenshot.sh

Script installed, now it's time to explain how it works and what it does.

Lines 6 and 7: Preparation of folders

Line 12: create a selection option using the dmenu

Line 14: “Quick” option – create a screenshot and place it in a folder, then send notification

Linia 18: to samo co w linii 14 + kopiowanie screenshota do schowka

Line 22: this is where the higher level of difficulty begins: * Lines 26, 27 and 28: preparing dmenu queries * Lines 33-36: query for screenshot type – full screen or section * Lines 41-49: this is the final way – here are the questions about whether to copy the screenshot to the clipboard and after what time the screen should be made

Line 51: hidden option – cleaning the folder with screenshots and moving old screenshots to the hidden folder

Line 57: The end ;)

Czytaj dalej...

from Adrian Marciniuk's Blog

Today we will deal with the topic of Linux distribution! We choose the prettiest, most stable, fastest, best for beginners and advanced users, and generally the best distribution!

At the beginning I would like to emphasize that the Linux distributions described here are my 100% subjective choice.

Linux for beginners!

The winner in this category is... Ubuntu!

Probably no one is surprised by this choice – Ubuntu is the most popular Linux in the world. Using it is very easy and friendly for users who have just moved from Windows, because ubuntu does not require constant sitting in the terminal – most things can be done with the help of graphical counterparts of programs, while allowing you to learn how to use the terminal. By the way, Ubuntu is hard to break, but if you do, there will be no problem with reinstalling – Ubuntu has a very nice installer!


Linux for people who want “something like Windows”

Zorin OS won in this category, but it had good competition (Linux Mint lost, but will still appear in today's ranking).

For many, this may seem silly – who needs a Windows system similar to Windows, but is already in a hurry to clarify. Many people do not want to use Microsoftoft services for various reasons (e.g. Ideological), which is why they are looking for Linux. But what if you like Windows visually? And then Zorin OS appears. It is a system very similar to Windows – but it does not use anything that Microsoft has released. The system is based on Ubuntu, so it guarantees stability and comfort to users. In my opinion this is the best equivalent of Windows in the Linux version!


The most beautiful linux!

For me it was the easiest category. Really. The system described in this paragraph stole my heart at first sight. And we are talking about Linux Deepin!

Linux Deepin, previously Hiweed Linux – Chinese Linux distribution. Initially (2004) was based on Debian, then (2006-2015) on Ubuntu to return to Debian from version 15. The Deepin desktop environment is simply great. Transparency and blur dominate at every step, making the system look wonderful. In addition, the system is friendly to new users – we are able to do most things thanks to graphic programs. I can recommend Linux Deepin to anyone who values ​​appearance.


The most stable Linux

In order not to prolong – Debian won!

This is one of the oldest Linux distributions, which was largely based on GNU software. The project is implemented by a crowd of volunteers from around the world. Debian has the reputation of being a stable, high-quality system that is easy to upgrade. And those awesome wallpapers...


Wallpaper!!! Wallpaper

Linux for old computers.

The system that I will describe in this category is intended for everyone who wants to breathe new life into their old computers / laptops. Say hello to applause: Linux Mint Mate!

Linux Mint Mate has very, very low requirements – 512 MB RAM and only 9 GB of disk space! This system also has other advantages – among others a large repository with software, thanks to which we will be able to stock up on all necessary programs. In my opinion, no other system will be able to bring your old computer back to life better than Linux Mint!


Linux for privacy/anonymity lovers!

I think we all know who won this category – Tails!

The tails are a niche system. I can't recommend it to everyone. I have never used it for more than 15 minutes. But in this category it is second to none. All network traffic goes through the Tor network, which ensures the greatest possible anonymity. From purely technical information: Tails is based on Debian with an interface using the GNOME environment.


The safest OS

Qubes OS knocked out the competition in this category!

Qubes OS is a security-focused desktop operating system that aims to provide security through isolation. Virtualization is performed by Xen, and user environments can be based on Fedora, Debian, Whonix, and Microsoft Windows, among other operating systems.


Linux for more advanced users

Three Linuxs fought for first place in this category: Void Linux, Arch Linux and Gentoo. Gentoo was the first to drop out – this system is approaching masochism. And now the fierce battle between Arch and Void. Because this is my ranking, I chose Arch because I have been a user for over a year, but most people I know would choose Void. But as I said – here is my ranking :D

Arch Linux – a system whose users (at least in my circles) are called eternal betatesters. Why? Because every update of even the smallest package can cause errors in the system. Using Arch is a constant life on the edge. And I love him for it. Arch offers a huge repository and an additional AUR (Arch User Repository) repository created by users from around the world. Even you can contribute. Arch is brilliant in its simplicity – all configurations are located on disk files edited by the terminal – which is not suitable for novice users, but can delight the more experienced. At Arch we get a terminal at the beginning. Empty terminal, zero graphical environments. We build everything ourselves – we have to manually install each program. But when we build our application package, we will send our favorite graphical environment, when we restart the system for the last time – after switching on we will get what we wanted. No unnecessary crap, no unnecessary applications that we will never use. Just a system. Our system. Which we probably built a few days... ;P

BlackArrow – my Arch configuration on gitlab


The best linux of all time...

...does not exist. Everyone prefers something different, everyone likes something different, everyone has different priorities. In the above post I presented cool distributions and in my opinion everyone will find something for themselves. And remember: what you like does not have to please others, and this ranking is my subjective choice.

At the end

I hope you will stay with me for longer. I will try to be better at what I do, so I hope you will forgive me, dear reader, the mistakes I made in the text because I live in Poland and English is not my native language. I hope I helped someone choose the perfect Linux system.

I would like to thank Drew DeVault for encouraging me to write this blog. Come to him page, here I give you a link.

To read in the next post!


I will list here a few systems that I like and which I can't list in the list above: – Manjaro Linux – a “ready” system based on Arch Linux with a friendly installer – Fedora – one of Ubuntu's competitors, a very nice, user-friendly system – Solus – Zorion OS competitor, very nice linux – Elementary OS – Linux, which I think is similar to MacOS, but others say I'm wrong – Kubuntu – Ubuntu from KDE – in my opinion one of the better systems – Steam OS – Linux for players. And that's all

Czytaj dalej...

from Adrian Marciniuk's Blog

Hi, my name is Adrian! Nice to meet you! Let me tell you a little bit about myself.

As you can guess from the blog name, my name is “Adrian Marciniuk”. I am 18 years old and I have been a Linux fan for 2 years.

I live in a small city in Poland, in the Wielkopolska region.

Probably no one is interested, but I have 2 younger sisters and a dog, so I have 3 pets at home ;P.

My beginnings in Linux were not very cool – I had problems with Wi-Fi all the time because my laptop has an old Broadcom network card and I had a problem with drivers, which caused me to leave my beloved Kubuntu.

Along the way, I used systems such as Fedora, Elementary OS or Deepin, but only on Arch I understood what real linux is. I liked Arch from the very beginning, although at the beginning I had problems with its operation, but eventually I learned everything and I have no problems. You can find my configuration files on gitlab in the BlackArrow repository. I use i3-gaps, polybar and compton among others, and Telegram serves as my main messenger – you can find me at @AdrianMarciniuk.

And that's probably all to start with. During my blog adventure we will get to know each other better, of course if you trust me and stay with me for a long time!

Czytaj dalej...

from tea01417


quicプロトコルの統一規格? chromeの高速化設定で見たことがあるようなないような UDPの通信で更にムダを省いて暗号化技術も含まれている、でいいかな? まだ先のことを語っても仕方ないですが。 1.1でも困ってないような。


from Big Travel Help - Seattle Based Travel Company

Big Travel Help Shares useful Travelling Tips for an Amazing Journey

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from tea01417


Current版、多少変化が見られます ベータ表記はありませんがまだ開発版? そしてbing推奨?

ベータ版に替えてCurrent版利用しています。 言語設定は英語表記のみでしょうか? 問題なく利用できています^^


from tea01417

ungoogled chromium #2

ここにきてWin版のみ最新のバージョン78にアップされています ただし開発版です

素の機能はchromeがピカイチでしょう 先進的な技術を追い求めつつ偶に不具合あってもクールな印象です 抜きさえしなければ言うことなしですが抱き合わせ商法です^^;

そういえばWin7のサポートはどうなるのでしょうか? あっさり切るのか...いや、多少長め、Win8.1をバッサリと...かもしれません。 vistaはサポ短かったような気がします。 ungoogled chromiumはWindows版においてはバージョンのくくりはないですね今のところ。

追記 77からアップデートしてみました。 特に変化なし DNS-over-HTTPS対応プロバイダーだけど機能してるのだろうか? ちなみにこの機能、Waterfoxでも設定可能でした。

追記その2 サポートに関しては単純に全体に占めるユーザーの割合が基準なのかな 予想など見ると

あと、プライバシー重視のChromiumについてサポートOSを確認してみました。 iridium Win7以降 SRWare Irom WinXP以降(XPおよびVistaに関してはv49止まり) ungoogled chromium ?


from Positionierung

How to “find” the optimal digitale Positionierung?

Through consistent problem solving and target customer orientation, because whoever solves real and demand-oriented problems always has customers.

In the following I would like to point out my approach and help you to find or sharpen your own positioning with the right questions and tips.

Important: Positioning is not something you can design quickly and quickly in 10 minutes on the rice board. Positioning workshops are usually over several days and correctly to the “preserves”. Who works on the positioning of its enterprise should take itself for it the necessary time and peace, since the clear positioning is the basis of the enterprise and the products.

The following 8 steps can be used as preparation/preliminary work and show the structural sequence.

Digitale Positionierung

  1. PROBLEM ORIENTATION Yeah, that's right. Even if it usually means solutions instead of problems, it is important to recognize and understand the customer's problem when developing your own positioning before you can solve it to his satisfaction.

Which problem does my product / offer solve? Problems arise from unsatisfied basic needs.

Which basic need does my solution satisfy? Basic needs are emotional. Purchase decisions are made emotionally

What emotion drives my target customer? Which event generates which emotion and the problem for which my offer is the solution?

2ND TARGET GROUP Which event-based persona definition do I have? For whom is my problem solution interesting and of great use?

Who has the greatest pressure of suffering and the highest energy of action? Who MUST and WILL solve their problem?

  1. PAINSPOTTING “When the customer suffers, the time is ripe for something new.”

Painspotting is radical, in line with anger and an efficient way to find solutions to the problems of future customers. If you want something radically new, you have to search differently than before.

  • What are the top 3 problems of your target customers?

  • Which problems do your target customers have with the existing products and solutions of your competitors?

  • What problems do your target customers have with their competitors?

  • Which solution would radically simplify or improve the lives of your target customers?



from Digitalisierung Mittelstand

99 percent of the companies in Germany are medium-sized.

It is not for nothing that small and medium-sized enterprises are considered to be the heart of the German economy. The spectrum of their business fields ranges from small craft enterprises and start-ups to the “hidden champions” who are world market leaders in their sector. Today, not only large corporations, but also medium-sized businesses are subject to strong digitization pressure.

Under the conditions of digital transformation, many medium-sized companies have to rethink their business models and their positioning on the market from a strategic point of view and in some cases reinvent themselves.

The current economic environment in which SMEs operate can be summarized as follows: competitive pressure has increased considerably in recent years as a result of globalization and digitization. The resulting changes in the market and competition already began in the 1990s. Since the turn of the millennium they have gained considerable momentum.

Digitalisierung Mittelstand Beratung

3 Critical factors for medium-sized companies

Due to the ever better networking of global markets and the rapid technical progress, the competitive situation for a production country like Germany is becoming increasingly critical. Earlier geographical advantages and unique selling points are dwindling and competition from low-wage countries is increasing.

While people like to dream in old memories about technological leadership, quality leadership and export records, they ignore essential social and economic changes. But the ignorance of digital progress does not stop it.

International Competition Regardless of whether companies are active in the B2B or B2C sector: Today, their potential customers are no longer dependent on local or indigenous producers. The Internet has made it possible for them to purchase products and services almost anywhere in the world. As a result, competition has also taken on international or even global dimensions for many medium-sized companies.

The Chinese market is exerting massive pressure on the B2C markets via mobile applications such as Wish or Aliexpress, and as soon as Alibaba has built the European logistics centre, the last shortcoming in Far Eastern trade, the long delivery time, is eliminated.

Price and quality pressure through comparable products An important effect of the commercial Internet is that products and services have become comparable through their virtual presentation. Today, informed customers can choose which provider to choose from a very wide range of options.

Among other things, companies are exposed to strong price pressure as a result. The Internet also offers the possibility of comprehensive service and quality comparisons. Products without a clear USP will be subject to price pressure.

Shortage of skilled workers and demographic change One of the biggest challenges for companies today is to present themselves to applicants and their current employees as an attractive employer. Demographic change is fundamentally changing the labour market. Even today, certain industries are having difficulty finding suitable personnel.

In addition, medium-sized companies compete on the labour market with large, often international companies that offer their employees location and career advantages as well as strong employer brands, at least at first glance.