Well this is quite an impressive piece of riding skill while maintaining safety and still catching the suspect
5 minute Motorcycle pursuit from the perspective of a Helmet cam…
31 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Well this is quite an impressive piece of riding skill while maintaining safety and…
Well this is quite an impressive piece of riding skill while maintaining safety and still catching the suspect 5 minute Motorcycle pursuit from the perspective of a Helmet cam…  This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
31 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Local Radio Tower – A landmark for years and vital to local Law Enforcement and Fire Radio coverage – Collapsed by vandals last night. Over a million dollars in damage. As anyone who has hiked up to this location – Its a heck of a hike
SAN RAMON, Calif. — Supporting wires holding up a large radio tower were cut, possibly with bolt cutters, causing it to collapse, authorities revealed early Tuesday. East Bay Regional Park District Police said they had been notified that a tower on Rocky Ridge, located west of San Ramon and Danville, had failed and collapsed early Monday morning. Officers responded to the scene and found that no injuries had occurred and that vandalism may have been involved in the incident. The 20-to-30 foot tower supports radio communications systems — 2-way, cellular, microwave links, ham radios — across the East Bay.Police were continuing to investigate the cause of tower's collapse. Anyone with information regarding the incident is urged to contact police at (510) 881-1833.  
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Local Radio Tower – A landmark for years and vital to local Law Enforcement and Fire…
Local Radio Tower – A landmark for years and vital to local Law Enforcement and Fire Radio coverage – Collapsed by vandals last night. Over a million dollars in damage. As anyone who has hiked up to this location – Its a heck of a hike. SAN RAMON, Calif. — Supporting wires holding up a large radio tower were cut, possibly with bolt cutters, causing it to collapse, authorities revealed early Tuesday. East Bay Regional Park District Police said they had been notified that a tower on Rocky Ridge, located west of San Ramon and Danville, had failed and collapsed early Monday morning. Officers responded to the scene and found that no injuries had occurred and that vandalism may have been involved in the incident. The 20-to-30 foot tower supports radio communications systems — 2-way, cellular, microwave links, ham radios — across the East Bay.Police were continuing to investigate the cause of tower's collapse. Anyone with information regarding the incident is urged to contact police at (510) 881-1833. View this post on Google+
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
+Bay Photo Lab looks to have Acquired FOTOMOTO.com
Dear Fotomoto user, Thank you for your patience. Fotomoto has been acquired by Bay Photo and all systems are up and running! Bay Photo is one of the premier professional labs in the US and has been doing print fulfillment for Fotomoto since 2009. Headquartered in Scotts Valley California, Bay Photo is 300 people strong, has been in business for 40 years and operates out of a state of the art facility. Bay Photo is committed to providing the best products and finest customer service in the industry. Ahmad Kiarostami, the founder of Fotomoto, along with some key members from the original Fotomoto team, are on board to help stabilize and maintain the technology. Derek is back doing customer support. We know that many of you depended on Fotomoto. Bay Photo's acquisition was mainly to support your investment and interest in Fotomoto. We have an obligation to support the photographic community. All the best, Larry Abitbol President, Bay Photo —————————————————————————- +Frederick Van Johnson FYI for the show  
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
+Bay Photo Lab looks to have Acquired FOTOMOTO.com
+Bay Photo Lab looks to have Acquired FOTOMOTO.com Dear Fotomoto user,  Thank you for your patience. Fotomoto has been acquired by Bay Photo and all systems are up and running! Bay Photo is one of the premier professional labs in the US and has been doing print fulfillment for Fotomoto since 2009. Headquartered in Scotts Valley California, Bay Photo is 300 people strong, has been in business for 40 years and operates out of a state of the art facility. Bay Photo is committed to providing the best products and finest customer service in the industry.  Ahmad Kiarostami, the founder of Fotomoto, along with some key members from the original Fotomoto team, are on board to help stabilize and maintain the technology. Derek is back doing customer support.  We know that many of you depended on Fotomoto. Bay Photo's acquisition was mainly to support your investment and interest in Fotomoto. We have an obligation to support the photographic community.  All the best,  Larry Abitbol President, Bay Photo  —————————————————————————- +Frederick Van Johnson FYI for the show View this post on Google+
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
My suggestion for today – do not piss off Hackers
Krebs on Security has posted a new item. Over the past six months, "fans" of this Web site and its author have shown their affection in some curious ways. One called in a phony hostage situation that resulted in a dozen heavily armed police surrounding my home. Another opened a $20,000 new line of credit in my name. Others sent more than $1,000 in bogus PayPal donations from hacked accounts. Still more admirers paid my cable bill for the next three years using stolen credit cards. Malware authors haveeven used my name and likeness to peddle their wares. But the most recent attempt to embarrass and fluster this author easily takes the cake as the most elaborate: Earlier this month, the administrator of an exclusive cybercrime forum hatched and executed a plan to purchase heroin, have it mailed to my home, and then spoof a phone call from one of my neighbors alerting the local police. Thankfully, I had already established a presence on his forum and was able to monitor the scam in real time and alert my local police in advance of the delivery. http://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/07/mail-from-the-velvet-cybercrime-underground/ I will stick with sunsets as my hobby….  
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
My suggestion for today – do not piss off Hackers
Krebs on Security has posted a new item. Over the past six months, "fans" of this Web site and its author have shown their affection in some curious ways. One called in a phony hostage situation that resulted in a dozen heavily armed police surrounding my home. Another opened a $20,000 new line of credit in my name. Others sent more than $1,000 in bogus PayPal donations from hacked accounts. Still more admirers paid my cable bill for the next three years using stolen credit cards. Malware authors haveeven used my name and likeness to peddle their wares. But the most recent attempt to embarrass and fluster this author easily takes the cake as the most elaborate: Earlier this month, the administrator of an exclusive cybercrime forum hatched and executed a plan to purchase heroin, have it mailed to my home, and then spoof a phone call from one of my neighbors alerting the local police. Thankfully, I had already established a presence on his forum and was able to monitor the scam in real time and alert my local police in advance of the delivery. http://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/07/mail-from-the-velvet-cybercrime-underground/ I will stick with sunsets as my hobby…. View this post on Google+
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
This has interesting potential
Unlocking doors… Phones… Etc… Based on personal and public nfc keys… Hmm open platform also..  NFC Ring The NFC Ring can be used to unlock doors, mobile phones and to transfer information and link people. This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
30 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Come on over and join the TWiP community…
Come on over and join the TWiP community… View this post on Google+
28 Jul 2013 in G+ Posts, by