Posts Tagged ‘Florida’
[Update] BlueToad The Likely Source Of Apple’s Stolen UDIDs
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 01:28 Written by Laddie13 Tuesday, 11 September 2012 01:28
BlueToad, a digital publisher based in Florida, thinks it may be the source of Apple’s 12 million stolen UDIDs that hacking group Anonymous claims to have taken from a FBI laptop. BlueToad who specializes in creating digital and mobile editions of many publications claims they were “the victim of a criminal cyber attack, which resulted in the theft of Apple UDIDs from our systems.”
Zombies Are Coming! Stay Safe In These Zombie Proof Abodes
Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 04:18 Written by Laddie13 Friday, 13 July 2012 04:18
The time has come upon us to start preparing for the zombie apocalypse. While playing video games like Left 4 Dead and watching AMC’s The Walking Dead will greatly help your chances of survival it might be time to get a bit more serious since zombies have recently been spotted in Florida. Here at Don’t Hate The Geek we’d like to help in getting you prepared for the inevitable zombie invasion by making you aware of some recent houses on the market that are zombie proof.
Miami, FL. Architect Charles Sieger designed this mansion that was featured in one of Birdman’s videos. It’s surrounded by a moat and only has one point of entry making zombie penetration quite difficult. This could be yours for only $10.9 million and i, as well as more, can be found after the break… Read more: Zombies Are Coming! Stay Safe In These Zombie Proof Abodes
The Day We’ve all Planned for- Is the Zombie Apocalypse upon us?
Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 04:30 Written by JCWaitWat Wednesday, 30 May 2012 07:00
One of the most bizarre and thoroughly disturbing headlines that have made the news recently was the story of the man in Miami who was found eating another man’s face. The policemen on the scene told the attacker to stop but the attacker merely raised his head and growled, then continued to eating his victim’s face. Despite being shot the cannibal attacker continued and it was only after a dozen shots fired by Miami police the attacker stopped, dead. The victim, missing 75% of his face, is now in hospital. Police are blaming the assault on cocaine psychosis but is there a more sinister, un-dead threat?
This is not the first story that has made the news that could point to a possible zombie outbreak. It should be said that this is just internet hypothesis but, via a viral post made by the tumblr blog “I Hope Rick Santorum…“, it only takes a bit of imagination to put these stories together and suddenly you have the initial outbreak stories of a zombie apocalypse.
Don’t Be Seduced By The Darkside Of The Internet
Last Updated on Monday, 23 April 2012 03:18 Written by Laddie13 Monday, 23 April 2012 03:01
Recently I watched the movie Megan Is Missing, it’s one of the most disturbing movies I have ever seen. Netflix lead me to believe that is was a thriller, maybe even a horror movie about the mysterious disappearance of two teenage girls. What I got was a horrific found footage type of movie about the rape and murder of two 14-year-old girls. It’s not very often that a movie bothers me like this did, I won’t soon forget this movie. Why it’s relevant to geek culture is the fact that the girls meet their killer by chatting with him online and in the case of Megan eventually meets up with Josh who she thinks is a 17-year-old skater boy. It’s not the best movie I have seen but its most effective in showing the dark side of the Internet.
Megan Is Missing definitely got me thinking about the danger that lurks in the anonymity of the internet. I also recently stumbled across a few stories that exemplify the shadier side of the Internet that I thought would make interesting fodder for this weeks She-Geek column since both stories center around the female online predator. Read more: Don’t Be Seduced By The Darkside Of The Internet