O, Mighty Google! Spare us from your maw of madness which feeds fear into our souls, spare our punishment through your ever-humming internet machine, let our digital deaths be swift and clean! Let us forget and be forgotten.
…pleaded the damned soul. Prayer went unheard. Echoed in the halls of electric void, faded away unnoticed. The Machine From Man God went on humming, grinding; spreading the incurable disease, feeding on our unchanging perception of conformity. Until the last soul was fed through the maw into insignificance of a great heap of unintelligible flow of data-time continuum.
Can this story be rewritten? We might give a try by deGoogling ourselves and freeing other minds after that.
One of the most desired comebacks of tech industry is upon us. At long last, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Zen microarchitecture’s first iteration, Ryzen.
It is not a habit but a factual acceptance that I see my life as completely failed and ruined, mostly by myself. There’s is a little hope for me. Here I present you an instinctual proof of that.
Internet’s one of the most used hash function SHA-1 is now officially broken. Many attacks can be crafted with ease by attackers with abundant resources and many infrastructural security steps are cannot be trusted any more. How great is that!
My second favourite card game (the first one being a print one, Magic: the Gathering that is) Hearthstone is entering a new and seriously changing season. 2017 marks the Year of Mammoth which has some new kind of approach to the gameplay while staying within confines of the game’s basics.
I have not got many health issues but diabetes and related stuff are the ones which affect my life the most. At least through the last year of my life. I’ve been visiting hospitals (mainly İstanbul Okmeydanı Training and Research Hospital) for medical checks regarding issues related to an infectious wound in my right foot which was grown beyond a simple one because of diabetes.
I’ve renewed my website so that I can write stuff in a more organised way whenever I want. It took like a few hours, mostly on deciding what theme to pick and arranging the SSL certificate. Now I am with this non-fancy theme but I am open to suggestions. I liked the one at now-defunct teknoloki.com but that’s a quite old theme and does not support smaller screens. Well, that’s right I desire to use a simple theme on this site.
Anything that I wish to tell about would probably appear on these pages. I’ve written an “about me” page that also includes some contact information.
Please feel free to check back soon to see more stuff. Meanwhile, I’d love hear some feedback in general.
Thanks a lot, I’ll be back with more.