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And then I woke up.

Waste of your time to read this. It is a waste of my time to write this. I have many pressing obligations such as important government documents to fill out, paid clients projects to start, correspondence to answer and also many phun hobbies to focus on such as firing up the sewing machine to make some DIY silk lingerie and also to design & produce a fancy kite. I should be working on a new issue of my zine, remixing a track for a friend in Denver, updating my websites, getting a walk in, cleaning my guest room, preparing for the Spring garden, listing books online to sell or cutting my fingernails but instead I want to design some software to phuck with spammers.

So spamming is really almost totally automated but a few random cats actually do fill in a feedback form. So why not design software to check the weather in their area via their IP and warn them, “hey bro, looks like major rain in Cincinnati area so wear your galoshes tomorrow!” and design the form to ask endless questions, tease them, taunt them, waste their time! I was thinking of to incorporate the mighty ZORK text adventure game, ELIZA and perhaps tap into the IBM Watson AI. I could pour tons of time into this project, perhaps invite you to help me :)


LayerOne is an information security conference located in Los Angeles, California. Since 2004, we’ve featured speakers from all across the globe and on topics ranging from lockpicking and MPLS security to covert data gathering and HIPAA compliance. Our speakers come from a diverse background and include a focus not just on the nuts and bolts of technology but the social impact as well.

One of the defining features of LayerOne is the overwhelming amount of hands-on workshops, events, and contests available to all attendees. From electronics to lock picking to no-holds-barred hacking competitions, LayerOne has something for everyone to learn more and enjoy themselves throughout the conference.

LayerOne 2019 will be held on May 24-26, 2019.


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SLANG Sapporo Schedule 2019


::NOV. 1, 2003: Excited to soon open my 1st bookshop I organized a bash! I am NOT a chef but by chance I had a chef hat and thought a chef themed party would be really fun… But realistically, how many friends have chef attire? So I thunk & thunk and decided that most everyone must be able to dress as a "biker" eh? so the party theme was BIKER vs CHEF and it was a big hit, tons o' phun and after the party we all marched down to the art galleries hosting "El Dia de Los Muertos" art gallery Fiesta Night…

John Major Jenkins, Stevyn IronFeather, Julie, Jana


source: IFJ SYSTEM - Iron Feather Journal

Men Who Can Do More Than 40 Push-Ups Far Less Likely To Develop Heart Disease

Association Between Push-up Exercise Capacity and Future Cardiovascular Events Among Active Adult Men. | Cardiology | JAMA Network Open | JAMA Network

This longitudinal cohort study of 1104 occupationally active adult men found a significant negative association between baseline push-up capacity and incident cardiovascular disease risk across 10 years of follow-up. Participants able to complete more than 40 push-ups were associated with a significant reduction in incident cardiovascular disease event risk compared with those completing fewer than 10 push-ups.

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Hill climb race done in the Asahigaoka area of Kamikawa Town! 

60 restrained roads are started at the same time by 60 athletes! Total distanceA 5.2 km away, 300 meters above the altitude runs at once ! ️ 
The fastest arrival to the summit winner Winner ! ️  

Participation from junior high school students OK ❗
Bicycle, anything but electric assistance OK !





BLACK RAT (2015) Real Life Superhero Documentary from Perry Lam on Vimeo.

BLACK RAT is a documentary about Sydney's own Real Life Superhero, The Black Rat, who prowls the streets of Newtown at night in his crusade against crime. The documentary reveals his motivations and his past trauma that drove him to not only improve himself but the community he lives in.

Writer, Director and Motion Graphics Designer- Perry Lam
Producers- Molly Haddon and Perry Lam
Cinematographer- Molly Haddon
Editor- Sarah Grant
Sound Designer- Ryan Wai

'Spotlight' Composed by Tim Cheeseman

• Awarded ‘Best Documentary’ at Phoenix Comicon Film Festival 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona.
• Winner of ‘Special Mention’ for the Direct Monthly Online Film Festival (2016)
• Winner ‘Best Documentary’ for International Monthly Film Festival (2016)
• Honorable Mention for the Superhero Short Film Fest in Midland, Michigan (2016)

Official Selections:
• Official Selection for the 2015 Sunshine Short Film Festival in Melbourne, Australia
• Official Selection for Substation First Take program screening in Singapore (2015)
• Official Selection for the November Fest Short Film Festival in Sydney, Australia (2015)
• Official Selection for the Wiper Film Festival in New York, New York (2015)
• Official Selection for the Phoenix Comicon Film Festival 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona
• Official Selection for the Direct Monthly Online Film Festival (2016)
• Official Selection for Short Film Showcase at library@esplanade (2016)
• Official Selection for International Monthly Film Festival (2016)
• Official Selection for Temasek Club Singapore Film Festival Sydney (2016)
• Official Selection for the Stories Lived Video Contest (2016)
• Official Selection for the Alburquerque Comic Con 2017
• Official Selection for the Sydney World Film Festival 2017