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Why Do People In Old Movies Talk Weird? It’s not quite British, and it’s not quite American – so what gives? Why do all those actors of yesteryear have such a distinct and strange accent? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://ift.tt/1AOlMuD Share on Facebook: http://goo.gl/1j6yim Share on Twitter: http://goo.gl/4FoAQy Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://ift.tt/TmHGlL If […]
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august 2017 by wotek
How Tor Works
01. Introduction
02. Threat Model and Goals
03. Onion Routing 101
04. Circuits and Connection Pooling
05. Directory System
06. How does a relay join the Tor cluster?
07. Conclusion
08. Resources
tor  howstuffworks  security  privacy  cryptography  network  learning  2016 
september 2016 by Frontrunner
Textile Knitting - Album on Imgur
Album with topic of The More You Know uploaded by thund3rbolt. Textile Knitting
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july 2016 by vloux
How DNS Works
A fun and colorful explanation of how DNS works.
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june 2016 by Frontrunner
A Hacker’s Guide to Bending the Universe
When it’s functioning properly, a cathode ray tube is an engineering marvel more impressive than the Golden Gate Bridge.

You might have seen a tube in an older TV, but to appreciate it fully is to know what’s happening within. The inside of a cathode ray tube is a near vacuum, a close cousin to outer space. The glass holding it together, shaped like a curious chalice, is strong enough to protect both the entire apparatus from imploding, and viewers from being bombarded with too much radiation. Yes, radiation: it employs a small gun that shoots particles at a very high speed, surrounded by a set of coils controlling their direction. On the other side, a precisely machined mesh gets those particles re-aligned — like a shrunken-down game of skee ball — just before they reach their final destination, coated in phosphor.
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march 2016 by Frontrunner
How a Handgun Works: 1911 .45
The model 1911 handgun is named for the year it was formally adopted by the U.S. Army – and while it was replaced as an official service weapon in 1985, it’s still massively popular. Various manufacturers have created their own take on the 1911, but its basic function and operation remains in place over 100 years after its inception.
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february 2015 by Frontrunner

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