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C41 Reloaded to JPG mag

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Fire Doors

Abandoned Mental Health Facility

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2008/12/18 at 21:11

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C41 Reloaded to JPG mag

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Fire Doors

Abandoned Mental Health Facility

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2008/12/18 at 21:11

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Online Jihadists Plan for ‘Invading Facebook

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Online jihadists have already used YouTube, blogs, and other social media to spread their propaganda. Now, a group of Internet Islamic extremists is putting together a plan for “invading Facebook.”

“We can use Facebook to fight the media,” notes a recent posting on the extremist al-Faloja forum, translated by Jihadica.com. “We can post media on Facebook that shows the Crusader losses.”

“We have already had great success in raiding YouTube,” the poster adds. “American politicians have used Facebook to get votes, like the house slave Obama.”

Groups like al-Qaeda were pioneering users of the internet — to train, share ideas, and organize. But some observers, like George Washington University professor Marc Lynch, see a reluctance to embrace Web 2.0 tools like Facebook. “One of the biggest problems for a virtual network like AQ today is that it needs to build connections between its members while protecting itself from its enemies. That’s a filtering problem: how do you get your people in, and keep intelligence agents out?” he asks.

But as Jihadica.com author and West Point Combating Terrorism Center fellow William McCants notes, the proposed Facebook invasion “is not an attempt to replicate [existing] social networks.” Instead, “the members of the campaign want to exploit existing networks of people who are hostile to them and presumably they will adopt new identities once they have posted their material.”

The al-Faloja poster suggests seven “brigades” work together within Facebook. One will distribute videos and writing of so-called “martyrs.” Another will spread military training material. Most of them will work in Arabic, presumably. But one of the units will focus just on spread English-language propaganda through Facebook.

Well it seems the jihadi’s are going all mainstream now. Soon they all will be skateboarding around parking lots and packing their mouths full of chew

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2008/12/18 at 17:27

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Online Jihadists Plan for ‘Invading Facebook

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Online jihadists have already used YouTube, blogs, and other social media to spread their propaganda. Now, a group of Internet Islamic extremists is putting together a plan for “invading Facebook.”

“We can use Facebook to fight the media,” notes a recent posting on the extremist al-Faloja forum, translated by Jihadica.com. “We can post media on Facebook that shows the Crusader losses.”

“We have already had great success in raiding YouTube,” the poster adds. “American politicians have used Facebook to get votes, like the house slave Obama.”

Groups like al-Qaeda were pioneering users of the internet — to train, share ideas, and organize. But some observers, like George Washington University professor Marc Lynch, see a reluctance to embrace Web 2.0 tools like Facebook. “One of the biggest problems for a virtual network like AQ today is that it needs to build connections between its members while protecting itself from its enemies. That’s a filtering problem: how do you get your people in, and keep intelligence agents out?” he asks.

But as Jihadica.com author and West Point Combating Terrorism Center fellow William McCants notes, the proposed Facebook invasion “is not an attempt to replicate [existing] social networks.” Instead, “the members of the campaign want to exploit existing networks of people who are hostile to them and presumably they will adopt new identities once they have posted their material.”

The al-Faloja poster suggests seven “brigades” work together within Facebook. One will distribute videos and writing of so-called “martyrs.” Another will spread military training material. Most of them will work in Arabic, presumably. But one of the units will focus just on spread English-language propaganda through Facebook.

Well it seems the jihadi’s are going all mainstream now. Soon they all will be skateboarding around parking lots and packing their mouths full of chew

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2008/12/18 at 17:27

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B&W

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Where The Streets Have No Name

Image Type: jpeg (The JPEG image format)
Width: 3456 pixels
Height: 2304 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:03 00:22:27
Exposure Time: 1/499 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 100
Metering Mode: Pattern
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 18.0 mm

*Just a note here, I couldn’t resist the U2 reference, they seemed to be pretty much doing the cover to “Joshua Tree”*

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2008/12/18 at 16:48

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B&W

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Where The Streets Have No Name

Image Type: jpeg (The JPEG image format)
Width: 3456 pixels
Height: 2304 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:03 00:22:27
Exposure Time: 1/499 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 100
Metering Mode: Pattern
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 18.0 mm

*Just a note here, I couldn’t resist the U2 reference, they seemed to be pretty much doing the cover to “Joshua Tree”*

Written by Krypt3ia

2008/12/18 at 16:48

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B&W

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Where The Streets Have No Name

Image Type: jpeg (The JPEG image format)
Width: 3456 pixels
Height: 2304 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:03 00:22:27
Exposure Time: 1/499 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 100
Metering Mode: Pattern
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 18.0 mm

*Just a note here, I couldn’t resist the U2 reference, they seemed to be pretty much doing the cover to “Joshua Tree”*

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2008/12/18 at 16:48

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C41

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Fungi

Width: 706 pixels
Height: 493 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:02 23:32:02
Exposure Time: 1/49 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 300.0 mm

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2008/12/18 at 16:46

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C41

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Fungi

Width: 706 pixels
Height: 493 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:02 23:32:02
Exposure Time: 1/49 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 300.0 mm

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2008/12/18 at 16:46

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C41

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Fungi

Width: 706 pixels
Height: 493 pixels
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Date Taken: 2006:01:02 23:32:02
Exposure Time: 1/49 sec.
Aperture Value: 4.97 EV (f/5.6)
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 300.0 mm

Written by Krypt3ia

2008/12/18 at 16:46

Posted in Uncategorized