The team of security researchers—who last month demonstrated how attackers could steal data from air-gapped computers protected inside a Faraday cage—are back with its new research showing how two (or more) air-gapped PCs placed in the same room can covertly exchange data via ultrasonic waves. Continue reading
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Acclaimed Detroit-born producer/rapper Black Milk announces FEVER, a politically charged collection of genre-bending hip hop, releasing via Mass Appeal Records on 2/23. The album features vocals from Dwele, Aaron “Ab” Abernathy, Sudie and contributions from all-star musicians Chris “Daddy” Dave, Daru Jones, Malik Hunter, Ian Fink and Sasha Kashperko. Black Milk shares his lead single “Laugh Now Cry Later”, which examines the mental and emotional tug of war within social media.
Ill!!! RIP Sean P & Prodigy
Latest music video from Sean Price for his track “3 Lyrical Ps” featuring Prodigy & Styles P.
A video of a white Boston police officer stopping and engaging in a tense confrontation with a black man on the street has sparked outrage from civil right activists.
Yanadameen Godcast episode #008
0:00 – 2:55 Intro + Today’s mathematics
2:56 New Godcast set and progression
6:04 VulchTV parody
11:09 Thoughts on the social media post attributed to Rakim
14:08 Toni Braxton & Birdman’s engagement
16:20 Young Thug’s gangstalicious name change
19:29 Fergie’s national anthem backlash
23:38 The Black Panther movie analysis/breakdown
36:13 Book recommendation
40:08 IG Live
43:03 What was Apache (of Flavor Unit) like? (IG Live)
46:35 Thoughts on Black Panther – who was the hero between Killmonger and the Black Panther? (IG Live)
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Yanadameen Godcast episode #006
A new series from Topic explores what it means to grow up biracial in the decades since Loving v. Virginia. The 1965 Supreme Court decision struck down anti-miscegenation laws allowing a Black woman and white man to marry and have children. “The Loving Generation” takes a look at the lives of changemakers who have one Black parent and one white parent. Continue reading