If you don't grok the acronym, don't worry about it.
OK, so I was reading about this Parrot AR Drone I have, how to mod and work with the software on it, and it turns out the sucker can run an Ubuntu chroot, all you have to do is give it some USB storage and a filesystem to run.
Or, say, a mini USB hub, a chroot with Kali on it, and a second wifi antenna, that you could, theoretically, fly near someone's vulnerable device and break in remotely, if you could do so within the flight span of the drone (so like 10 minutes).
Sure enough, the Sumo has the same thing, albeit at a different IP address (and ARM5 rather than ARM7).
My new favorite group of people is Democrat minorities who voted against Bernie because of his gender and race. How's that karma treating you?
I can sum up my feelings on this entire election process in three statements.
If you voted based primarily on issues, moral position, and policy, good for you.
If you voted based primarily on someone's gender, you're a sexist asshole.
If you voted based primarily on someone's race, you're a racist asshole.
Some examples of assholes:
If you voted for Trump in the general because he is white and/or male
If you voted for Hillary in the primary because she is female and/or not Jewish
If you voted for Ben Carson or Marco Rubio in the primary because of their respective races
I regret voting for Hillary. There were a lot of very aggressive Democrats screaming about how Trump must not win, and not one of them would accept that Hillary had already lost back then. It takes more than just hope to win an election - you have to have a sizeable, energized, and, most importantly, a cohesive coalition of voters.
I was told that sometimes winning is more important than being right, and thanks to people saying that sort of thing, I neither won, nor did the right thing.
So, we finally released the thing I've been working on for the last six months at Canonical - a live kernel patch service, that allows users to put off rebooting until it's convenient, without being at risk from recently-found vulnerabilities. It's targeted at servers, but desktop users can benefit from it as well.
I've been heavily invested in the project, and it's really great to have it out finally.