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Cragne Manor
"The game was written and programmed by more than eighty authors. Each contributor was assigned one room. We didn't tell anybody what was going on in anybody else's room."
if  secrets 
6 weeks ago by kevan
Never Seen And Sometimes Barely Heard, Loopers Fill In Hollywood's Soundtrack : NPR
"As they record, the loopers stand in a circle under two overhead microphones. A scene plays silently on a big screen. On cue, and often off-mic, they start to walk around and talk. They record random scraps of [crowd] dialogue, to be mixed later into the scene they're watching."
films  secrets  sound 
october 2018 by kevan
Order of the Occult Hand - Wikipedia
"The Order of the Occult Hand is a whimsical secret society of American journalists who have been able to slip the meaningless and telltale phrase "It was as if an occult hand had…" in print as a sort of a game and inside joke."
news  secrets  language  hands 
september 2018 by kevan
Amazon's Alexa recorded private conversation and sent it to random contact | Technology | The Guardian
"Echo woke up due to a word in background conversation sounding like ‘Alexa’. Then, the subsequent conversation was heard as a ‘send message’ request."
technology  sound  secrets 
may 2018 by kevan
How Arrow-Wielding Men Mapped Britain in the 1940s - Atlas Obscura
"A quintessential revision point might be a scratch on a wall, or the corner of a doorway, or an old nail sticking out of a post—something so ordinary, unchanging and small, most people wouldn’t even notice it."
maps  history  secrets 
april 2018 by kevan
Secret Cameras Record Baltimore’s Every Move From Above
"Individual recognition, however, wasn’t the point; any dot could be followed backward or forward in time, which opened up all sorts of investigative possibilities."
surveillance  police  air  secrets  time 
october 2017 by kevan
Siri and Alexa can be hijacked with inaudible messages, researchers warn
"They turned voice commands into ultrasonic frequencies that can be heard and used to control devices but are inaudible to humans."
sound  hacking  secrets 
september 2017 by kevan
Seeing Yellow
"When you print on a color laser printer, it's likely that you are also printing a pattern of invisible yellow dots. These marks exist to allow the printer companies and governments to track and identify you -- presumably as a way to combat money counterfeiting."
paper  secrets  surveillance  technology  colour 
august 2016 by kevan
Prehistoric tombs may have doubled as star-gazing observatories | New Scientist
"Now archaeoastronomers are making the case that [passage graves] could also have been used for spotting stars at dawn, when they are normally too faint to see."
history  secrets  space  light  eyes 
july 2016 by kevan
How to choose an uncrackable password: Use meter and rhyme.
"The researchers trained their bit-translation program to spit out couplets of rhyming iambic tetrameter."
poetry  technology  secrets 
october 2015 by kevan
Anti-NSA Pranksters Planted Tape Recorders Across New York and Published Your Conversations | WIRED
"[The project] involves planting micro-cassette recorders under tables and benches around New York city, retrieving the tapes and embedding the resulting audio on their website."
surveillance  secrets 
may 2015 by kevan
Quantum Fingers -
"The face value of each card remains indeterminate so long as gameplay is not affected by what it is: as soon as the state of the underlying "classical" game (i.e. the ordinary card game on which the "quantum" game is based) depends on whether a player has a particular card, that player chooses at that point whether or not it holds that card."
games  cards  secrets  via:minkette 
february 2015 by kevan
They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside | WIRED
"So how do you spread your ideas? You publish esoteric rites as if they are exposures—public outings of Masonry. Except you publish in code, so only an elite cadre of fellow Masons can read the dangerous things you have to say."
secrets  history  cryptography 
february 2015 by kevan
The quest for Shadow of the Colossus' last big secret •
"There was nothing behind the door in the 11th colossus' temple. There was nothing but glitchy, half-finished architecture above the Secret Garden, towards the top of the shrine."
games  secrets 
january 2015 by kevan
New mushrooms found in porcini packet | Kew News
"Kew mycologists Bryn Dentinger and Laura Martinez-Suz have discovered three species of mushrooms that are new to science in a commercial packet of dried Chinese porcini purchased from a shop in London."
fungi  secrets  food 
october 2014 by kevan
Anonymous Gods : Marion Balac !
"Screen shots from Google Street View, where the Google robot automatically blurs every face it recognizes - including statues' ones."
religion  art  secrets 
september 2014 by kevan
Extracting audio from visual information | MIT News Office
"In one set of experiments, they were able to recover intelligible speech from the vibrations of a potato-chip bag photographed from 15 feet away through soundproof glass."
sound  surveillance  secrets 
august 2014 by kevan
The Tsubo-en Zen garden; Nightingale floor, Uguisubari (鴬張り)
"The 'nightingale floor' is made with a special timber technique from 17th century which makes it impossible to walk on the floor without it making quite beautiful squeaking sounds [...] thereby alerting the residents of the adjacent room of your approach."
secrets  surveillance  wood  japan 
august 2014 by kevan
Facebook Manipulated 689,003 Users' Emotions For Science
"The experiment ran for a week — January 11–18, 2012 — during which the hundreds of thousands of Facebook users unknowingly participating may have felt either happier or more depressed than usual."
psychology  facebook  illusions  secrets  depression 
june 2014 by kevan
New Statesman | The bizarre secret of London’s buried diggers
"To construct a no-expense-spared new basement, the digger has to go so deep into the London earth that it is unable to drive out again. [...] The new method, now considered standard operating practice, is to cover the digger with “hardcore”, a mixture of sand and gravel. Then a layer of concrete is simply poured over the top."
london  underground  secrets  construction  via:newsmary 
june 2014 by kevan
Meet the seven people who hold the keys to worldwide internet security | Technology | The Guardian
"Alejandro Bolivar, an American expert from Verisign [...] steps forward to read out a nonsense sequence of words generated by the previous key. He begins: 'Flatfoot warranty brickyard Camelot…'"
internet  secrets 
february 2014 by kevan
600 year old mystery manuscript decoded by University of Bedfordshire professor -
The Voynich. "But already my research shows conclusively that the manuscript is not a hoax, as some have claimed, and is probably a treatise on nature, perhaps in a Near Eastern or Asian language."
history  secrets  mysteries  language 
february 2014 by kevan
BBC News - What do those squiggles on the pavement actually mean?
"A growing hue in the pavement-marking business is green, the colour of cable communications, which includes town and city CCTV networks and cable television lines."
secrets  underground  graffiti  via:sarah 
february 2014 by kevan
BBC News - Mail Rail: What is it like on the 'secret' Tube?
"Proposals submitted to Islington Council would see visitors board trains at Mount Pleasant and ride a section of the tunnels."
transport  secrets  london  via:sarah 
january 2014 by kevan
Revealed: spy agencies' covert push to infiltrate virtual world of online games | World news |
"According to the briefing notes, so many different US intelligence agents were conducting operations inside games that a "deconfliction" group was required to ensure they weren't spying on, or interfering with, each other."
games  spies  secrets 
december 2013 by kevan
For Nearly Two Decades the Nuclear Launch Code at all Minuteman Silos in the United States Was 00000000
"[Having] a bunch of nuclear missiles sitting around un-launchable because nobody had the code was seen as a greater risk by the military brass than a few soldiers simply deciding to launch the missiles without proper authorization."
war  history  secrets 
december 2013 by kevan
Adobe Crossword
"The answers to the crossword are chosen from the 1000 most used passwords for Adobe user accounts from the recent password leak. The clues are up to 50 of the most commonly used hints for each of the passwords."
crosswords  secrets 
november 2013 by kevan
A Boris Bus visits a Ghostly Village
"Route 23A runs just once a year, from outside a mainline train station to nowhere in particular via a totally empty village where no one lives."
transport  history  secrets 
august 2013 by kevan
Michelangelo's David Correctly Oriented
"No living person has ever seen or photographed this primary view of the world's most famous sculpture. Since 1873, the original of David has been in the Galleria dell'Academia in Florence, but it was originally turned so as to face into a nearby column, and has been left in that position ever since."
art  secrets 
may 2013 by kevan
Greek Tax Avoidance 101: Cover Your Swimming Pool With A Tarp, Fool A Satellite | Zero Hedge
"[The] Greek finance ministry is using Google Earth software to track down the owners of the pools, which tax inspectors consider an indicator of wealth, and which have often been built illegally." [...] "All you need is a green-coloured cover and then the pool cannot be spotted from above."
maps  secrets  surveillance  water 
may 2013 by kevan
meltingice/flickr-store - GitHub
"Store arbitrary data with your 1TB Flickr cloud drive by encoding any file as a PNG. This is mostly a proof of concept right now."
hacking  secrets 
may 2013 by kevan
Alfred Anaya Put Secret Compartments in Cars. So the DEA Put Him in Prison | Threat Level |
"To continue the unlatching sequence, you must activate the rear defroster while simultaneously pushing two window switches on the driver’s door."
design  secrets  drugs  crime  transport 
april 2013 by kevan
Scientists Discover How to Identify People From 'Anonymous' Genomes | Wired Science |
"Erlich and colleagues estimated that their approach could be used to identify the surname of roughly 12 percent of Caucasian males in the United States from their genomes. For that 12 percent, additional public records searches could narrow the identity of each individual down to about 12 people."
genetics  secrets 
march 2013 by kevan
Monopoly's Hidden Maps Help World War II POWs Escape - ABC News
"Before leaving for missions, British airmen were told that if they were captured, they should look for escape maps and kits in Monopoly boards and other games delivered by charity groups. They were told that 'special edition' Monopoly sets would be marked with a red dot on the free parking space."
games  board  war  secrets  maps 
march 2013 by kevan
Bees learn the electric buzz of flowers | Life | Science News
"[A] surge in electric potential might tip off another passing bee that the flower had just lost nectar to a different visitor, a change that scent or color would not reveal."
electricity  bees  secrets 
march 2013 by kevan
What Is the Mystery Flavor of Dum Dums? | Mental Floss
"The Mystery Flavor pop is a mixture of two flavors that come together when the end of one batch of candy meets the beginning of the next batch [rather than] shutting down to clean out the candy equipment between flavors."
food  secrets  mysteries 
march 2013 by kevan
Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video -
"Frame-by-frame, the program identifies minute changes in color and then amplifies them up to 100 times. [...] In one video presented by the scientists, a stationary crane sits on a construction site, so still it could be a photograph. But once run through the program, the crane appears to sway precariously in the wind."
video  secrets 
march 2013 by kevan
BBC News - Liverpool's lost Williamson tunnels unearthed
"The tunnels were built and conceived in the early 19th century by eccentric businessman Joseph Williamson, who paid soldiers returning from the Napoleonic war to build them. No records were kept of how far they stretch, nor which direction they go in."
underground  secrets  history  via:simon 
march 2013 by kevan
The Real Weird Twitter Is Espionage Twitter | The Awl
"The string of characters always ends with zeroes, occasionally with the location service turned on, so you can see that 554705fa00000000 was allegedly tweeted from the "Region of Khabarovsk." This has been going on all day and all night, for years, with more than 318,000 tweets posted since 2009. But why?"
twitter  secrets  mysteries  via:lmg 
march 2013 by kevan
Black Hornet: The $195,000 Spy Plane That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand
"Dubbed the Black Hornet Nano Unmanned Aircraft System by its designer, Prox Dynamics of Norway, this micro-UAV measures 4 inches long and 1 inch tall with a 4-inch rotor span."
robots  surveillance  secrets  illusions 
february 2013 by kevan
For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II | History & Archaeology | Smithsonian Magazine
"Karp Lykov fought a long and losing battle with himself to keep all this modernity at bay. When they first got to know the geologists, the family would accept only a single gift—salt."
secrets  time  russia 
january 2013 by kevan
Neuroscience Meets Cryptography: Designing Crypto Primitives Secure Against Rubber Hose Attacks | USENIX
"We performed a number of user studies using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk to verify that participants can successfully re-authenticate over time and that they are unable to reconstruct or even recognize short fragments of the planted secret."
brains  secrets  cryptography 
december 2012 by kevan
BBC News - The hum that helps to fight crime
"For the last seven years, at the Metropolitan Police forensic lab in south London, audio specialists have been continuously recording the sound of mains electricity. [...] Any digital recording made anywhere near an electrical power source, be it plug socket, light or pylon, will pick up this noise and it will be embedded throughout the audio."
sound  electricity  crime  secrets 
december 2012 by kevan
BBC News - Macy's parade: 'Shredded police papers in confetti'
"[The documents] included sensitive data such as social security numbers and banking information for police employees. They were shredded horizontally, not vertically, leaving text visible."
paper  police  secrets 
november 2012 by kevan
Jejune Institute (Where Else?).
"I posted the photo to a popular electronical photo retention service and [a] few days later, I received a black envelope in the mail."
games  args  secrets 
september 2012 by kevan
Sudden Sway: Neuro-Activity Modules and Klub Londinium | Cope
"Klub Londinium was a specifically media-based experience, possibly one of the first real transmedia experiences, more than twenty years ago, before portable technology included CD players let alone MP3s, GPS or Google Maps."
london  walking  history  sound  secrets 
september 2012 by kevan
BLDGBLOG: Caves of Nottingham
Laser-scanning the caves under the city. "There very well could be more than 1,000 artificial caves beneath the city, many of them fantastically elaborate, complete with fine carvings of lions and ornate stairwells, and it is actually somewhat disconcerting to think that people remain so globally unaware of Nottingham's underground heritage."
underground  maps  secrets  nottingham  via:brendan 
september 2012 by kevan
Twitter + location = WeKnowYourHouse | Naked Security
"WeKnowYourHouse scours Twitter for people using the word "home" in their tweets and picks up their associated geolocation, then publishes said tweet to its site along with information about where the tweeter is."
twitter  maps  secrets  delusions 
august 2012 by kevan
DefCon 20 Badges, the Big Reveal: A Secret Society, Crypto Challenges and Easter Eggs | Threat Level |
"The badges measure about six inches by two inches and use a general-purpose circuit that is designed to be a building block and development platform."
technology  secrets  puzzles 
july 2012 by kevan
Behavioral Pricing: A Consumer’s Worst Nightmare
"2012 will mark the end of static pricing. The use of your tweets, credit score, and web history in ecommerce pricing is frightening—but ultimately unavoidable."
money  future  secrets 
june 2012 by kevan
Meet the tireless entrepreneur who squatted at AOL | Bootstrap - CNET News
"Having spent several months legitimately working in the building, often quite late, Simons had noticed that although there were security guards with nightly rounds, there were at least three couches that seemed outside those patrols."
business  secrets 
may 2012 by kevan
Stephen Walter’s Map Of Subterranean London | Londonist
"Walter has painstakingly charted the buried rivers, Tube lines, bunkers, sewers, government tunnels and other hypogeal secrets of London."
london  maps  underground  secrets  history 
may 2012 by kevan
Crossword writer accused of coded message to kill Chavez's brother - Telegraph
"Answers to clues included "Adan", "asesinen" (meaning "kill") and "rafaga" (which can mean either a burst of gunfire, or a gust of wind)."
crosswords  secrets  crime 
may 2012 by kevan
Resume, references, password: Some employers ask job seekers to share their Facebook logins - The Washington Post
"Companies that don’t ask for passwords have taken other steps — such as asking applicants to friend human resource managers or to log in to a company computer during an interview."
internet  secrets 
march 2012 by kevan
Underground ghost station explorers spook the security services | UK news | The Guardian
"The expedition last year was supposed to be the second last stop in a tour of the capital's 18 'ghost' tube stations. Instead it has sparked a legal battle over the human rights of a community of photographers dedicated to visually documenting restricted areas across the world – and pointing out security loopholes."
london  underground  secrets  law  photography 
february 2012 by kevan
How Companies Learn Your Secrets -
"Take a fictional Target shopper named Jenny Ward, who is 23, lives in Atlanta and in March bought cocoa-butter lotion, a purse large enough to double as a diaper bag, zinc and magnesium supplements and a bright blue rug. There’s, say, an 87 percent chance that she’s pregnant and that her delivery date is sometime in late August."
advertising  secrets  camrad  via:blech 
february 2012 by kevan
The Millions : The Arcades Project: Martin Amis’ Guide to Classic Video Games
"He’s technically correct, too, about the fact that, when the aliens descend to the very lowest rung, “you can slide around underneath them, touching them with your nozzle, and survive!” — but I’m not sure he’ll be wanting that sentence to show up in The Quotable Amis, should such a volume ever appear."
games  writing  history  secrets  via:infovore 
february 2012 by kevan
FAQ | rhino rescue project
Poisoning rhino horns. "The horn is treated with special compound of depot ectoparasiticides (specifically, acaricides) and an indelible dye. [...] Ectoparasiticides are not intended for consumption by humans, and are registered as such."
mammals  crime  drugs  secrets 
february 2012 by kevan
The New French Hacker-Artist Underground | Magazine
"There is no law in France, it turns out, against the improvement of clocks."
secrets  time  paris  hacking  art  via:mugla 
january 2012 by kevan
Start 2012 By Taking 2 Minutes to Clean Your Apps Permissions
"Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information... Now click the icons and get ready for a surprise!"
web  secrets  surveillance 
january 2012 by kevan
For Your Eyes Only: Polarizing Privacy Monitor Mod | Gadget Lab |
"The theory is simple: Remove the polarized film from the monitor so that you only see a white backlit screen. Then take this film, cut to fit your spare specs and you can see the screen only when you wear them."
technology  secrets  light  via:zarba 
november 2011 by kevan
Spoiler Alert: Stories Are Not Spoiled by ‘Spoilers’
"Contrary to popular wisdom, [spoilers] actually seem to enhance enjoyment. [...] Three types of stories were studied: ironic-twist, mystery and literary. Each story [was] presented as-is (without a spoiler), with a prefatory spoiler paragraph or with that same paragraph incorporated into the story as though it were a part of it."
books  psychology  time  secrets 
august 2011 by kevan
Accidental leak of British nuclear submarine secrets | UK news |
"A technical error meant sections of a Ministry of Defence report that appeared to have been blacked out could in fact be read by anyone who copied and pasted them into another document."
april 2011 by kevan
New Statesman - The bugger, bugged
Hugh Grant secretly records a conversation with a NoTW journalist, about phone tapping. "You know, you just . . . sat outside Buckingham Palace with a £59 scanner you bought at Argos and get Prince Charles and everything he said."
phones  surveillance  crime  news  secrets 
april 2011 by kevan
“Dead Drops” preview at Aram Bartholl – Blog
"‘Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. I am ‘injecting’ USB flash drives into walls, buildings and curbs accessable to anybody in public space."
art  computers  secrets  via:waxy 
november 2010 by kevan
"While quietly running in the background Idiocy watches for people visiting Twitter insecurely, hijacks the session and posts a tweet warning them that they are vulnerable, with a link to a page explaining what has happened."
twitter  hacking  education  secrets  via:tomscott 
october 2010 by kevan
I Can Stalk U - Raising awareness about inadvertent information sharing
"Most people don't realize that the action of automatic geotagging takes place on [any picture taken with] their smart phones, either because it is enabled by default, not exposed the user as an option, or was asked and then forgotten."
gps  photography  twitter  surveillance  secrets 
august 2010 by kevan
1st cell with synthetic genome - The Scientist - Magazine of the Life Sciences
"Within the synthesized genome, Venter and colleagues [added] DNA sequences whose string of bases spell out messages. The first watermark includes a code with which to decipher the others, including the names of the contributing scientists, three famous quotes, and an email address. 'If people can decipher the code, they can send an email to us,' said Venter."
genetics  secrets  via:tassos 
may 2010 by kevan
Oyster Card Codes
"82 - Illogical use of ticket."
london  technology  secrets 
may 2010 by kevan
"When you visit a website, you are allowing that site to access a lot of information about your computer's configuration. Combined, this information can create a kind of fingerprint — a signature that could be used to identify you and your computer. Some companies are already using technology to try to identify individual computers."
web  surveillance  secrets  fonts  via:brendan 
january 2010 by kevan
MIT Red Balloon Challenge Team
Nice tiered approach from the winning DARPA Network Challenge team - $2000 of the prize money for a submitted sighting, $1000 to anyone who referred that person, $500 to the person who referred them, and so on.
emergence  money  secrets  maps 
december 2009 by kevan
London's Treasure Hunt Riots | Paul Slade - Journalist
The rise and fall of proto-ARGs from 1904, with clues hidden in detective fiction. "Before he could secure his prize, Randall had to narrow down the possible cities to Newcastle and Carlisle, [...] find a district of Newcastle that sounded a bit like 'Edward Green' and realise that the serial number Meggs had overheard must be attached to a lamp post."
games  args  pervasive  history  london  secrets  money  news  via:holly 
november 2009 by kevan
Join in the murder game at Battersea Arts Centre | Stage | The Guardian
"Here, the show is both drama and game. Audience members – there are about 30 per performance – play characters in an imaginary French town. There is no script; every audience member plays a part in developing the story, and thus becomes responsible for its outcome."
games  theatre  secrets  lies 
october 2009 by kevan
subtlemob 09
New project from Duncan Speakman. "If you register to take part in this event you'll be invited to download an MP3 and turn up at a secret location to listen to the track at a specified time."
sound  crowds  secrets 
october 2009 by kevan
Amateur crimefighters are surging in the US - Times Online
"The Real rules are simple. They must stand for unambiguous and unsponsored good. They must create their own Spandex and rubber costumes. [...] They must shun guns or knives to avoid being arrested as vigilantes, even if their nemeses may be armed."
crime  society  comics  secrets  via:zarba 
december 2008 by kevan
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Locksmiths, Computer Scientists Say
"In another example, they used a five inch telephoto lens to capture images from the roof of a campus building and duplicate keys sitting on a café table more than 200 feet away. [...] The idea that one's keys are sensitive visual information is not widely appreciated in the general public."
technology  photography  secrets  metal  crime  via:antonia 
november 2008 by kevan
Numbers Station Bingo
A clear, steady voice reading out a stream of numbers and repeating them each time - it's obvious, in retrospect. This is a quick online version of a game that I'll be running at this week's Sandpit.
creations  games  radio  secrets  mysteries 
april 2008 by kevan
Putting colour back in the Doctor's cheeks | Media | The Guardian
"Any black and white telerecording of a colour programme is prone to pick up interference from the colour encoded video signal. [...] However, the interference was often deemed so minor that the technicians doing the transfers used no filter."
television  technology  secrets  light  via:currybet 
march 2008 by kevan the making of: The Moon Museum
"The Moon Museum was secretly installed on a hatch on a leg of the Intrepid landing module with the help of an unnamed engineer at the Grumman Corporation after attempts to move the project forward through NASA's official channels were unsuccessful."
art  space  secrets  via:lmg 
march 2008 by kevan
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