dj-spock DJ Set
3:54AM Aug 1, 2020
open source framework
Hey, yo 2020 Good to see ya. It's me. Wait a minute, you may remember me from the video show or you may remember me from when I was born at home in 2008. At the media show, we always tried to bring hope to a wider audience whether that be Greg cockys talk on evil interfaces, what we learned about how hackers find passwords or this was Mitch altman and Emmanuel Goldstein taught us about what it meant to be a hacker. So now I wanted to introduce you to my new baby brother. No, no not you know what I mean? He's my new spiritual baby brother. The book Keep Calm and log on, which is also made by my turtle Gus Andrews. Like the media show, keep coming log on. It's an attempt to take everything we've learned at home and take it to a wider audience. In this case, older members of your family who may be having a really hard time with their digital security, their digital privacy dealing with stress online or handling disinformation. So if you'd like to pick up a copy of keep common log on, you can go to keep calm, log on calm. That's the books companion website, and also has a lot of free information about how people can defend their privacy and security. Thanks so much for your support, everyone. Thanks, guys.
Oh, I'm Steph in this is my hope 2020 bump, one of the first bumps to get our creative thoughts out there. I specialize in information security and software engineering. As such, I like to work on interesting problems that improve my life and as well as others that may not be able to fix themselves. One such interesting problem that I worked on is making my power wheelchair semi autonomous. This little project seemed challenging at the time, but turned out to have far reaching possibilities in technology. This helped me to find that I have a passion and a desire to help secure medical devices. As I require assistive tech in my daily life, I would want to make sure these things are secure. The research opened many doors for me in multiple areas like information security, medical device hacking, and helped me to earn presenting spots in globally recognized conferences. before graduating from university, my project was turned into an open source framework to work with a closed and proprietary protocol called our net that earned international interests with schools and universities. And this year, I'm on the press team for hope 2020 at hope 2020 everyone is encouraged to create a video of 10 to 60 seconds saying something about hope about their life or their families or friends lives, shout outs to people you care about. We're calling these bumps and we'll air them between talks during Hold 2020 from July 25 to August 2. Hi,
I just want to say communication is hard. We all see our tiny little bit of the world and make sense of it based on what we've seen before, based on the first source that seemed trustworthy, then we talk to each other using the best words we know. And maybe the people we're talking to will have the same mental model for those words.
We're all just doing the
best we can.
And for a large group of people,
for something to be communicated clearly as we're all just bumping into each other in perfectly communicating, whatever it is one on one person to person.
Communication is hard.
We're all just doing the best. We can
It's day eight, it happened. We've made history yet again.
Hackers on planet earth 2020 is still happening. And there's every reason to stay right here watching the live stream. This is another one of our performances. We've been doing performances at midnight, New York time eastern time, which is kind of what we do with the in person hackers on planet earth as well. But in person, we have to sort of cram it in and have people go on and off the stage in 20 minutes. Here, we've been doing some longer sets and tonight's a longer set that I'm pretty excited about. DJ Spock is our DJ for this evening. And he's also I'd like to thank DJ Spock. He's also one of our coordinators. have all of these performances, he contributed a lot of effort to make sure that the performances would be on time on track of interest, and caught all these nice biographies. All the great stuff has come together and DJ Spock helped on what he's better known for, though, is his as a DJ, he was influenced by the sound of Frankfurt in the early 90s. He's played in the legendary clubs of Germany, Netherlands, Poland, he's also been involved with cast computer Congress and Chaos Computer camp, which has, as you might know, a pretty tight relationship with the hackers on planet Earth. We've actually been using some of their software. Some of the performers have been cross fertilizing. So DJ Spock is someone with a lot of experience a lot of background and you can find his URLs to some information about what he's done on the hackers on planet earth website at hope dotnet. We've also mixed in some visuals, which were not provided by DJ Spock. We identified an organization called Electric Sheep. This is a collaborative abstract artwork founded set of artwork founded by someone named Scott graves. I think you'll enjoy these visuals and also like to send out a tremendous thanks to Jolie and Internet Society, for providing all the infrastructure, all of the expertise of the brain power and creativity it takes to mix these things together. And we've been having that, that mix on the streaming platform throughout the week. Tonight, we're going to highlight it. Without further ado on day eight of hackers on planet Earth. Let's get off to a good start with some cool tunes from DJ Spock with a DJ set, electric sheet with the visuals here. It is