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Archive for September 18th, 2020

WiFi devices having mysimplelink in their host name are Ring Cameras

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/18

If you stick up a Ring camera and hook it to your WiFi network, they show up with a hostname like *-mysimplelink in your network: [Archive.isStrange device Connected to my WiFi mysimplelink – Google Product Forums.

–jeroen

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USBKill – “kills” your machine when an unauthorised USB device is inserted or an authorised device is removed

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/18

Interesting article: [WayBack] USBKill – Wikipedia.

Tools:

Via: [WayBack] TIL: USBKill USBKill is anti-forensic software distributed via GitHub, written in Python for the BSD, Linux and OS X operating systems. It is designed… – Jürgen Christoffel – Google+

–jeroen

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7 Rules for Creativity Managers – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/18

Interesting video explaining there is a lot of work to do around me, meaning I probably need more in stead of less people around me (:

  • Nurture diversity: Creativity managers dislike brains being the same.
  • Create markets: Creativity managers favor coopetition in networks.
  • Rely on merits: Creativity managers embrace networks and gameplay.
  • Make no predictions: Creativity managers keep many options open.
  • Update the workplace: Creativity managers work the environment.
  • Change constraints: Creativity managers optimize for exploration.
  • Open boundaries: Creativity managers connect instead of protect.

Via [WayBack] 7 Rules for Creativity Managers – Marjan Venema – Google+ (who is a great coach).

–jeroen

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