How do you get a "do not copy" key copied?

24/04/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : How do you get a "do not copy" key copied?

rentzsch.com: Union Filesystems

24/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

deusx : rentzsch.com: Union Filesystems - "A union filesystem is kind of like onion-skin paper for your filesystem."

DOM TAL Testseite

24/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

deusx : DOM TAL Testseite - JavaScript-implemented TAL

Great photo of a skater in Tribeca Park

24/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jkottke : Great photo of a skater in Tribeca Park

Shoe heels

24/04/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

deusx : Shoe heels - Odd Japanese Flash game involving womens' shoe heel repair

Santa Cruz Indymedia: Video of Arrests at Santa Cruz Tent University

24/04/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

deusx : Santa Cruz Indymedia: Video of Arrests at Santa Cruz Tent University - "The university leadership, headed by newly purchased chancellor Denice D. Denton, resorted to physical violence at about 10 pm to terminate the peaceful assembly."

Five non-standard spellings of ?weblog? (and where I?d like to see each used)

24/04/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

jimray : Five non-standard spellings of ?weblog? (and where I?d like to see each used) - "Free, uncredited leads (The Drudge Report)"

Jason Shellen : Five non-standard spellings of 'weblog' (and where I'd like to see each used) - I would add Webl Ogs (The Princess Bride) #

Best desk ever?

24/04/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

jimray : Best desk ever? - nice and simple and BIG

Music for robots podcast feed!!!!!!!

24/04/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

jimray : Music for robots podcast feed!!!!!!! - MFeeds is probably the best thing ever.

Gourmet travel

24/04/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Gourmet travel - Luxury travel experience, looks lovely

Nurm?s blog » Blog Archive » imap authentication plugin

24/04/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

deusx : Nurm?s blog » Blog Archive » imap authentication plugin

Hong Kong Broadband Launches 1 Gbps Home Service for US$215/month

24/04/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

kayodeok : Hong Kong Broadband Launches 1 Gbps Home Service for US$215/month - Approximately 800,000 households, out of a total of 2.2 million households in Hong Kong, are wired to receive the service. The 1 Gbps symmetric service is priced at US$215 per month

Nmap Hackers: Microsoft Tightens the Noose on Raw Sockets

24/04/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

kayodeok : Nmap Hackers: Microsoft Tightens the Noose on Raw Sockets - "People pay $299.99 for WinXP Pro with working raw sockets, then MS cripples their systems and demands $1019 (WS2003 retail price) to return the functionality. Of course Microsoft claims this change is necessary for security"

Steven Johnson says watching TV makes you smarter

24/04/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

jkottke : Steven Johnson says watching TV makes you smarter - The argument is that media has had to get more cognitively challenging to hold the attention of viewers. Evolutionarily speaking, attention is the scarce commodity that creates competition here, driving adaptation in the direction of more social and narra

Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website

24/04/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

kayodeok : Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website - Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website

802.11 Wireless Security Primer

24/04/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

kayodeok : 802.11 Wireless Security Primer - Discovering and Exploiting Vulnerabilities in Wireless Networks (pdf 84 pages)

Leading Forward: Strategies for Dealing with "Cognitive Overload"

24/04/2005 @ 09:58 UTC

kayodeok : Leading Forward: Strategies for Dealing with "Cognitive Overload" - Strategies for Dealing with "Cognitive Overload"

Matt finds video of a TV networks' emergency drill

24/04/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Matt finds video of a TV networks' emergency drill - an entire terrorist black plague scenario, with experts, eyewitnesses, and reporters in the field

Rod Begbie : The Plague! - Fascinating and creepy bit of video, taken from the recent US Gov't "Emergency" drill TOPOFF3. What the gov't thinks cable news will look like after a bunch of terrrrist attacks. [via#

Network connectivity between clients and servers may not work after the installation of security ...

24/04/2005 @ 08:58 UTC

kayodeok : Network connectivity between clients and servers may not work after the installation of security update MS05-019 or Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 - Cause: This problem occurs because the code incorrectly increments the number of host routes on the computer when the code modifies the MTU size of a host route. The maximum number of host routes is controlled by the Registry Value in MaxIcmpHostRoutes. T

Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website: dilbert2005042261584.jpg (JPEG Imag...

24/04/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website: dilbert2005042261584.jpg (JPEG Image, 750x544 pixels) - Today's Dilbert Cartoon on upgrading an OS to view a website

Aardvark Firefox Extension

24/04/2005 @ 07:58 UTC

kayodeok : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Things You Can Do With Aardvark: Clean up unwanted banners and surrounding "fluff," especially prior to printing a page, See how the page is created, block by block

plasticbag : Aardvark Firefox Extension - This looks like a stunningly useful little Firefox extension for debugging and exploring HTML / XTML documents online

Anne van Kesteren : Aardvark Firefox extension - ?The Aardvark Firefox extension is a tool for web developers/designers as well as casual users.? #

Jeremy Zawodny : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Aardvark Firefox Extension: excellent firefox tool for identifying page bits

Simon Willison : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Neat extension for exploring (and altering) the layout of a page.

Richard Rutter : Aardvark Firefox extension - Handy web developer tool for highlighting boxes, ids & classes. [via plasticbag.org]

Paul Hammond : Aardvark Firefox Extension - a tool for web developers/designers as well as casual users

Philippe Janvier : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Une extension pour voir et manipuler le contenu d'une page. Pratique, utile et assez impressionnant. [via#

"Get over yourself and drop the 'MSM' bullshit, please"

24/04/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

jkottke : "Get over yourself and drop the 'MSM' bullshit, please" - "If you use the term 'MSM' in a unironic way to denote the 'Mainstream Media' I will write you off as a quack, unsubscribe from your RSS, and stop reading your blog."

feral monk parakeets of Hyde Park in Chicago

24/04/2005 @ 06:01 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : feral monk parakeets of Hyde Park in Chicago

Bill Kerr's defn of web 2.0

24/04/2005 @ 05:58 UTC

ricmac : Bill Kerr's defn of web 2.0 - "I think a phrase like, from desktop to webtop, says it better because it gives the feel of the new replacing the old."

Bob Wyman: Lord of the Pings

24/04/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

ricmac : Bob Wyman: Lord of the Pings - "Blogging has moved beyond the idea of "personal webpages" and begun to pioneer new forms of content syndication that rely on machine processable Web 2.0 data structures like RSS and Atom files."

Japanese Pepsi bottles ship with tape rolls of Super Mario Brothers levels

24/04/2005 @ 04:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Japanese Pepsi bottles ship with tape rolls of Super Mario Brothers levels - Me wanty.

Andy Baio : Japanese Pepsi promotion with tape rolls of Super Mario Brothers levels - and a lovely collection of bottlecaps; or buy the tapes and caps on eBay [via]  [via]

Greg Trasuk's Weblog - Aha! While writing YAQL I accidentally discovered Lisp

24/04/2005 @ 03:58 UTC

deusx : Greg Trasuk's Weblog - Aha! While writing YAQL I accidentally discovered Lisp - "But it is kind of neat to think that this Aha! moment was triggered by a 1987 coding experience that involved a 1976 book that led me to a 1958 language."

The Atom Syndication Format

24/04/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

deusx : The Atom Syndication Format - Hmm... so do I need to update my book already? Wheeee

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