Monthly Archives: July 2009

12 Different Things

You’ve got 20 minutes, haven’t you? Here’s some opera. | MetaFilter My First Cigarette, and My Last – The New York Times Ten things everyone should know about lockpicking and physical security [PDF] MEAT CARDS On Water, part 1, part 2 AjaxTerm Abstruse Goose ยป Electromagnetic Leak X1Hi1 Claire Morgan b r e e d [...]

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Legal music and the still-round world

The World is Flat sounds like a fascinating read. It argues (according to the featured review on Amazon): …the lowering of trade and political barriers and the exponential technical advances of the digital revolution that have made it possible to do business, or almost anything else, instantaneously with billions of other people across the planet. [...]

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One of these things is not like the other

[source part 1, part2]

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For those of you who use Google Reader

<!– Get rid of ‘likers’ in google reader. –> .entry-likers {     display: none; } In your favourite user CSS changer plugin / feature thing.

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Firefox 3.5 WTF

Wow… just wow: Again I was rewarded with a long pause, disk crunching and a blank screen, until 30-35 seconds had passed and Firefox 3.5 was awake and ready for duty … what’s the cause of this slowness? It’s NSS. What? The Network Security System. It turns out that NSS needs to do all kinds [...]

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NZ’s answer to William Shatner

Well, the part of William Shatner that makes ground breaking, genre-defining albums. Anyway, check out Sam Hunt feat. SansAmp, from 2001. The sad story is this is the only recorded ‘poetry’ reading I can find of Sam Hunt online. There is nothing of interest on YouTube, and the only other thing I can find are [...]

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