The key to this one is making things as odd as possible. Because we want the message to be utter gibberish. Like a code, but it doesn’t have to mean anything. Switch up, create fake patterns, what ever you want because the actual message content does not matter.
What does matter? The time you sent it.
I’m thinking that each time stamp could stand for a certain message, indicator or other phrase.
What could make this better?
- Home Office whistleblowers – hints and tips – Spy Blog – SpyBlog.org.uk
- Private Eye Reading: The Top 50 Detective Blogs – Criminal Justice USA
- View topic – Here’s my survival kit and it’s contents – UPDATED @ EmergencyPreparationForum.com
- CERT : Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
- Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) – Boing Boing
- Spy Stuff » Coolest Gadgets
- Top 10 Barely-legal Gadgets for The Modern Spy | Webupon
- Spy Blog – SpyBlog.org.uk
- SURVIVAL AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY LINKS
- Earthquake Survival Preparation – San Diego, California News Station – KFMB Channel 8 – cbs8.com
- Deception Blog / Collating information about applications of psychological research on deception
- Psychology and Crime News / A place to collate information of interest in a forensic psychological context
- SPY Blog
- Inside the Secret Service – Magazine – The Atlantic
- FareBot: an Android transit-card sniffer – Boing Boing
- The CIA’s Flickr Page Is Awesomely Bad
- Martial Arts of Beginners | The Art of Manliness
- How To Survive in the Wilderness Using Your Mobile Phonefavorite blogsSPY Blog
- Install PHProxy in Your Web Space to Access Blocked Sites
- Tradetricks.org – Tradetricks and Trade Tricks
- How Apple “Unofficially” Leaks Information
- Dan Buettner: How to live to be 100+ | Video on TED.com
- security blog: K2 Global Consulting » Latest Blog Posts
- Irreference » How to Disguise Yourself and Go Undercover
- The Spy Secrets of the Last Unsealed WWI Files
- The Amazing Story of California’s Greatest Cat Burglar: Critical Eye : Details
- Confessed Spy Convicted of Exporting U.S. Crypto Gear to China
- 5 Ways Your Gadgets are Used to Spy on You
- How to Unlock Your Garage Door from the Outside (and How to Prevent It)
- WikiLeaks and Julian Paul Assange : The New Yorker
- How Inmates Ingeniously Sneak Cellphones Into Prisons
- Establish and Maintain Your Online Identity
- Misinformation Effect « You Are Not So Smart
- The Medium – Art-Theft Blogs – NYTimes.com
- You Are Not So Smart
- Free Morse Code Software To Send & Receive Coded Radio Messages With Your Computer
Sherlock is a very well done BBC television series, featuring a modern day Sherlock Holmes. Watching the show is like getting injected with adrenaline. This fast paced, tech savvy show is perfect, with excellent actors, a fantastic style and the keen observations of Sherlock Holmes in the 21st century.
While anyone in the USA cannot use the BBC’s video player without reading this, the series is available via torrent (not that Lone Iguana condones use of using torrents to capture material illegally).
White Collar, featuring a con artist turned semi-good is a lighter take on Catch Me If You Can. The show tells the tale of a brilliant thief who teams up with the FBI instead of spending time in jail. White Collar also includes tons of tricks and tips, which will be listed in a future post on Lone Iguana.
Another excellent USA Network show, Covert Affairs is produced by the man behind the Bourne Trilogy. This probably accounts for the same action packed feel of Bourne. The lead, strong minded CIA agent Annie Walker manages to get out of troubling situations with a great smile and a Bourne-like agility.
The Mentalist is a Sherlock Holmes type show, displaying a brilliant manipulator who is a wonderfully intelligent observer. The Mentalist can sometimes be overly violent and excessively disturbing, but when it isn’t, it’s a layered, well written, full of depth TV show.
Monk is again, a TV show quite similar to Sherlock Holmes. The main character is an astute man with a keen eye, always abreast to the little details. The character’s depth appears with a neurotic, Felix Unger type personality, a hindrance in his career.
There you have it. 5 awesome, action packed, spy/detective TV shows, that you should at least take a look at. What TV shows do you love? Let us know in the comments!
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I’ve been working on a new side project. The project, Old Radio Detective was originally a site that hosted old radio detective shows such as Sam Spade and others. I recently upgraded that site to WordPress and added a podcast. This is still very much a work in progress, but I would love feedback in the comments. Check out old radio detective shows, or subscribe to the ORD podcast feed or in iTunes.