Monthly Archives: November 2011

xkcd: Space Launch System

xkcd: Space Launch System.

NF-Cookbook.txt

Why did I not find this a week ago?!! via. http://dev.medozas.de/NF-Cookbook.txt 5. Multiple internet connections — same interface for all packets of a connection. The ctmark/nfmark will encode the preferred output device. -t mangle -N preferppp0 -t mangle -A preferppp0 -j CONNMARK –set-mark 10 -t mangle -N preferppp1 -t mangle -A preferppp1 -j CONNMARK –set-mark […]

Heresy in the shadow of the City

via Suitpossum: Fragments of Financial Subversion: Heresy in the shadow of the City: Max Keiser sacrifices the sacred cows of finance. Max has made an artform out of passionate advocacy of deeply heretical points of view. Where some people would sound preachy and self-righteous, Max just sounds indignant, pissed off, and funny to boot. He […]

$707,568,901,000,000: How (And Why) Banks Increased Total Outstanding Derivatives By A Record $107 Trillion In 6 Months | ZeroHedge

via $707,568,901,000,000: How (And Why) Banks Increased Total Outstanding Derivatives By A Record $107 Trillion In 6 Months | ZeroHedge. While everyone was focused on the impending European collapse, the latest soon to be refuted rumors of a quick fix from the Welt am Sonntag notwithstanding, the Bank of International Settlements reported a number that […]

Redhanwen Digital Pre-Release | Redhanwen

Redhanwen Digital Pre-Release | Redhanwen. .

Poof it’s gone! – YouTube

Poof it’s gone! – YouTube.

Who Smashed the Laptops from Occupy Wall Street? Inside the NYPD’s Lost and Found | Motherboard

http://motherboard.tv/2011/11/18/who-smashed-the-laptops-from-occupy-wall-street-inside-the-nypd-s-lost-and-found

Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? | Danger Room | Wired.com

Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? | Danger Room | Wired.com.

xkcd: Map Projections

xkcd: Map Projections.

Iceland’s New Bank Disaster « naked capitalism

The New Banks have written off claims on major corporate debtors, whose continued operations have ensured their role as cash cows for the banks’ new vulture owners. But household debts acquired at 30 to 50 percent of face value have been re-valued at up to 100 percent. The value of owners’ share equity has soared. […]