- All the Essential Gear You Need for The Rapture – Gizmodo
- A Modern-Day Invisibility Cloak (Er, Necklace) – Gizmodo
- Logitech Alert Security System Watches Over Your Castle, Day or Night
- The Hero Training Workouts: Putting It All Together | The Art of Manliness
- ThinkGeek :: Bulletproof Body Armor Clipboard
- The man who loves books too much | San Francisco online
- The Shortcut to the Shortcut: The 4 Key Principles of The 4-Hour Body
- This Is Lifehacker, Episode 11: Access Your Computer from Anywhere, Remote Control BitTorrent, and Set Up a Remote Security Camera – Lifehacker
- How to Print Keys to Any Lock – Gizmodo
- How to Disappear – NYTimes.com
- The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers :: Equipment
- Everyday Carry triggers youthtful action film fantasies – Boing Boing
- Scotch Tape Magic Trick Turns Frosted Glass Clear
- Hero Training: The Leaping Ability Workout | The Art of Manliness
- How to Jump From Rooftop to Rooftop | The Art of Manliness
- A Convict’s Odyssey | Feature | Chicago Reader
- Manoa grad student chases sophisticated campus burglar
- The Government’s New Right to Track Your Every Move With GPS – TIME
- Social Strength: James Bond Style | The Inner Circle
- Mobile Phone, ATM, and Elevator “Hacking” | The Inner Circle
- Tracking Device Teardown – iFixit
- Seal an Envelope with Nail Polish for Better Security and a Happier Tongue – Lifehacker
- How to Shoot a Rifle | The Art of Manliness
- Unusual Items Worth Packing on Your Next Vacation – Lifehacker
- Confessions of a Hollywood Stuntman – Gizmodo
- How to Deal with Deadbeats by Using Clever Tricks and Blackmail – Lifehacker
- Former NSA Genius Apologizes for His Super Spying Software – Gizmodo
- How to build a Taser for free!
We here at Lone Iguana always display much respect for the people like us who obsess over finding every single trick and neat tip anywhere and everywhere. So when we heard of MacRecipes, we began salivating. Every single trick MacGyver has ever used. What are you waiting for?! Click and see all the wonderful MacGyverness. [via Gizmodo]
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
- 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
I don’t know about you, but I love any type of secret compartment, lair or stash. Thanks to a small article in Wired, I discovered Creative Home Engineering which specializes in creating secret passages for people like me.
We here at Lone Iguana love obsessing about security- the neat gadgets, the problems and the solutions. Let’s take a quick look at some semi-recent security issues.
The Brief of ATMs: Simply covering the entry of your pin code with your free hand is a very smart precaution…
- ATM skimmer that doesn’t require any modifications to the ATM – Boing Boing
- How Anyone Can Fake an ATM and Steal Your Money
The Brief of Cars: Just because your car is the latest in technology doesn’t mean a smart hacker can’t break it.
- Car key fob technology hacked – Boing Boing
- Workshop: teaching kids to steal cars – Boing Boing
- A False Sense of Security, or How To Steal A Car With Your Computer
The Brief of Surveillance: They’re watching you.
- How to Monitor and Control Your Home From Anywhere
- Camouflage to Disrupt Facial Recognition Programs
- You Can Control Unsecured Network Cameras All Around the World Right Now
The Brief of the Internet: Holy crap.