Nicholas Deakins

19 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Authored by John Vibes via The Mind Unleashed, According to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, humanoid sex robots that have recently hit the market could potentially be hacked and turned into killing machines. Patterson gave this warning in a string of interviews with various UK publications: “Hackers can hack into […]

19 Feb 19
NATION AND STATE

Authored by John Vibes via The Mind Unleashed, According to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, humanoid sex robots that have recently hit the market could potentially be hacked and turned into killing machines. Patterson gave this warning in a string of interviews with various UK publications: “Hackers can hack into […]

19 Feb 19
WEATHER INTERNAL

Authored by John Vibes via The Mind Unleashed,

According to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, humanoid sex robots that have recently hit the market could potentially be hacked and turned into ki…

17 Feb 19
Russia News Now

414 Shares (TMU) — According to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, humanoid sex robots that have recently hit the market could potentially be hacked and turned into killing machines. Patterson gave this warning in a string of interviews with various UK publications: “Hackers can hack into a robot or a […]

11 Feb 19
DAVID DUNN

A hostless ceremony and ‘A Star Is Born’ snubbing.

10 Feb 19
National Post

SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Justin Blanchette stopped 30 shots and Marc-Antoine Pepin’s first goal of the season stood as the winner as the Shawinigan Cataractes defeated the Quebec Remparts 4-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Pepin found the back of the net 9:43 into the first period to give Shawinigan (14-35-4) a […]

05 Feb 19
B+ Movie Blog

So what we do here each year as a warm up for the Oscars is, I break down each of the 24 categories. The idea is to both familiarize everyone with the category and its history. I look at what the major trends are throughout the past bunch of years, how the precursors tend to […]

04 Feb 19
Stuff written by Ethan Lowe

Time for my one and only yearly blog post because I have absolutely nothing else to say about anything else! This year I was fortunate enough to see 40 films that were released in North America at some point in 2018. I’ve taken a shot at ranking all 40 films I saw, and commenting on […]

04 Feb 19
andrewpurkis

We have been served notice that a very large, distinctive tree in the civil society forest will fall later this year. Sir Stuart Etherington is to step down from his post as Chief Executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) for the last 25 years. Under Stuart, the independence of the NCVO has […]

02 Feb 19
This Way Madness Lies

A couple of weeks ago was my fortieth birthday.  I’ve heard from a few friends and family members who have passed that mark that their forties are great, and maybe they will be for me as well, but it’s one of those birthdays where, along with everything else that’s going on in my life at […]

01 Feb 19
National Post

HALIFAX — Antoine Morand had a career-high six points, including a hat trick, as the Halifax Mooseheads held off the Victoriaville Tigres 7-5 on Thursday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Morand scored the game-winning goal for the Mooseheads (34-11-3) at 9:30 of the third period. Samuel Asselin added a pair of goals, while […]

29 Jan 19
C*untryside Capers

From Hunt Saboteurs website. “Tolerance, understanding and dialogue are what we all seek. Indeed, confrontation is not the country way.” Countryside Alliance, January 1999 When we started collating the research for this article, our intention was to make it slightly light-hearted, and treat the subject with a degree of humour. However, the more we thought […]

27 Jan 19
National Post

BATHURST, N.B. — Marc-Antoine Brouillette and Ethan Crossman each had a hat trick as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar routed the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 8-0 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Brendan St-Louis put away the eventual winner at 4:48 of the first period for the Drakkar (35-9-3), while Jordan Martel added a goal as […]

26 Jan 19
Dirt Hub

The South West Motocross Club opened their 2019 season with a Warm Up meeting at Littlehempston last Sunday and over 150 riders braved the cold and made for a great meeting. Images courtesy of Daniel Westlake With a good number of new members, and with many riders moving up a group, these pre season meetings […]

25 Jan 19
Canberra CityNews

FORMER senior Commonwealth bureaucrat Helen Williams has been appointed a Companion (AC) in the Order of Australia in this year’s Australia Day awards. She is joined in recognition by former ACT chief minister and senator Gary Humphries, who has been appointed an Officer (AO) in the General Division. Retired ABC announcer and Canberran of the […]