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The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32

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 · 14 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32
... urse, perpetuated by Lazar and this Jarod 2 we have fallen for. J-2 must have known that Lazar and his alleged patron Edward Teller were of Hungarian extraction. He must have known, too, about the "Hungarians are aliens" anecdotes from Los Alamos [DR#29] and recognized that Hungarians are an isolated ethnic group with an externally indecipherable language who have long wondered about their origins. It seems only natural, then, that to advance the story he would have to blurt out something stupid li ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 30

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 30
... o motivations other than money. Both options seem rather boring and one-dimensional to us and leave nothing much to talk about. Even if real, the alien just lies there without bringing us any closer to the truth. In our holographic folklore model [DR#29], where we examine how this story fits with other saucer crash claims, the film does not contribute anything significant to the story we have already accumulated. The autopsy alien has six human-like fingers, not the four long, slender ones usually ...

The Sleuth Kit Informer Issue 10

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 · 20 Jan 2024
... duction What's New? UNIX Incident Verification with The Sleuth Kit Introduction For quite a while now, I have been meaning to do a series of articles on incident response using The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy and the recent Honeynet Scan of the Month #29 has motivated me to finally do it. The main article in this issue of the Sleuth Kit Informer covers the basics and focuses on what I call the verification phase of incident response. The goal of this phase is to verify an alert or report and assess ...

The Sleuth Kit Informer Issue 9

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 · 20 Jan 2024
... Kit Informer is the shortest thus far. I'm taking my summer vacation from the Informer a little late this year and am skipping the main article for the October issue. I have been busy reviewing the submissions for the Honeynet Scan of the Month #29, which was a Linux system running in VMWare that was suspended and the participants had to confirm the system was broken into and analyze it (It is a lot of work for a contest that doesn't have a prize). Anyway, my official writeup is fairly tho ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 7

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 · 29 Dec 2023
... is is my favorite at the moment. Wildly satirical. Lots of acerbic social commentary. A chance to be funny and say something important, I hope, at the same time. If you liked my old Howard the Duck stories, you'll like this. Beginning with issue #29, I'm writing the HAWKEYE strip in AVENGERS SPOTLIGHT. Up until now, this book has been what I call a "costume-versus-costume" title. A superhero and supervillain get together and beat on each other for a certain number of pages, then turn around ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 1

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 · 28 Nov 2023
... & Margery Milne (H&P). Graywolf: THE STARS, THE SNOW, THE FIRE: Twenty-Five Years in the Northern Wilderness: A Memoir by John Haines (H). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: THE TEMPLE OF MY FAMILIAR by Alice Walker (H). Harlequin American Romances: #293: APPEARANCES ARE DECEIVING by Linda Randall Wisdom (P); #294: PEPPERMINT KISSES by Karen Soller Whittenburg (P); #295: THE SHOCKING MS. PILGRM by Robin Francis (P); #296: FIRES OF SUMMER by Catherine Spencer (P). Harlequin Historicals: ##21: LAWLES ...

Issue # 41 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - May 1985

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 · 7 May 2023
... s and -3 three bit planes. These systems include a 512K DTACK Grande 68000 board and are sold without the Grande documentation and without graphics software support. WARNING: these boards are NOT suitable for private party hacker use! See newsletter #29.) VDHR-2, $2390: VDHR-3, $2855 EXPERIMENTAL 32081 MATH CHIP BD: (SOLD LESS THE 32081 MATH CHIP(S)) Compatible with both static and dynamic RAM DTACK boards 3-holer $135 Accessories included: 1 unlocked HALGOL release 3.0/32081 disk with 28 page ...

Issue # 39 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - February/March 1985

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 · 7 May 2023
... subscription with #40. "Maybe you should check out <ACTION> for the Atari. It is perhaps the fastest, highest low-level language any computer has ever seen. The things it can do are incredible." Scott W., La Jolla CA Sigh. Scott, $15 gets you #29-#38 (10 issues), NOT #29-#39 (11 issues). You would be amazed how many of your fellow subscribers have made the same mistake. So we are starting your renewal with #39, NOT #40. Also, we are not in the business of providing free technical pointers fo ...

Issue # 38 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - January 1985

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 · 7 May 2023
... keep us advised of the progress of that ABSOFT FORTRAN, including benchmark performance with and without the 32081? In return we promise to shield you from the wrath of reader Ivan S. over your grammatically incorrect usage of "hopefully" (see issue #29, p.16 col 2) - FNE "I suppose that the usual holiday activities are in progress at DA - toasting correspondents to a golden brown over an open fire, quaffing brew, giving the attack teddy bears a good brushing, decorating the tree with 8MHz 68000 ch ...
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