Is wearable computing a practical reality? Darren speaks with Greg Priest-Dorman, a fellow geek who's been building and wearing the tech for 12 years. Plus open source gaming that involves Ponies!

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This time on the show, CYBORGS! Is wearable computing a practical reality? Darren speaks with Greg Priest-Dorman, a fellow geek who's been building and wearing the tech for 12 years. Plus open source gaming that involves Ponies! OMG Ponies. Oh, and Subversion too. Source code, ponies and cyborgs! All that and more this time on Hak5!

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  • Robin 2 years ago

    Hi Guyz Love ur show
    And one thing to remind to you guys
    Please do update the toolbar –> Episodes, With Season 11,
    Now it shows only season 10

  • Lightweight Portable Security is the best thing I’ve seen for things like online banking. Sure, VPN will secure you end-to-end (provided you’re using a trustworthy VPN)… but it doesn’t protect against things like keylogging. With LPS, the OS is loaded into RAM and doesn’t touch the HDD, USBs, or any other device. In fact, after the OS is loaded; you can remove your bootable USB from the system.

  • N. Constantine 2 years ago

    Ah the ponies are here. :) YAY!

  • MrSchism 2 years ago

    An alternative to the SVN client featured here is TortoiseSVN.

    Highlight the SVN URL. Alt-Tab over to a folder, right click it, do your little SVN dance and boom, in the folder.

    Fast, simple, and easy to keep up-to-date. To update, you just right-click the folder, select SVN Update and let it run.

    It even check-marks the folders that are SVN’d.