Ritu Gill: “The Internet Archive, commonly known as the Wayback Machine allows users to visit archived versions of websites. The Internet Archive has been archiving sites since 1996 and has 514 billion archived web pages! If you are wondering how you can use the Internet Archive in your OSINT research, you’ve come to the right place. There are many methods to extract important information from the Wayback Machine to further your OSINT investigations. If you are looking to see historical versions of a website due to the site being deleted or replaced with new content, the Wayback Machine can help. You may need to verify that a target previously worked at a company but the current state of the site does not have the target’s information there. Sometimes a target may intentionally hide information from their present website, looking at older dates of the site may reveal new information. Sometimes you can gather relevant data like names, phone numbers, email addresses, and even metadata from older versions of a website. Let’s explore search methods…”
TOXIC SOCIAL MEDIA: ‘Likes’ and ‘shares’ teach people to express more outrage online.
Huh. Do tell.
Mashable: “Have you been lurking on TikTok and are finally ready to dive in and post your first video? We’ve got you covered. There are so many different kinds of videos posted on TikTok — from dance videos to Booktok — and it can be challenging to figure out how to recreate TikTok trends. While there are many moving parts when making a TikTok video, they are all made in the same way. Our guide walks through the basics of making a TikTok from hands free recording to adding a sound. Follow the steps below to make your very first TikTok!…”
to get drunk in the sun or crash into a wave. Whatever you do, don't bring a book
Larkin’s invocation of Austen is turning into a curse, setting expectations so high that readers can’t fail to be disappointed.
National Geographic – “An animal rights organization wants a New York court to grant Happy the elephant legal personhood. But what would that mean?…”