Archive for July, 2007

P2P Case Study: The Simpsons Movie 0

Zeropaid, ever the champions of P2P/Torrents, has a quick piece on the leaking of the Simpsons movie and the effect on ticket sales. Good discussion fodder.

Tay’s Internet Dream 0

Thanks to the ever present and precocious Reese Witherspoon, the following has come to my attention:

The address bar problem is pandemic, has gotten my moms too.

For more, Clickety-click.

Writing a narrative on a feeling 2

is not a feat I accomplish regularly. My sister, however, seems to have much more acumen.

The Work of Vacation is Done 0

Jefferson Behind

Now time to escape back to Salaried Living.

You can tell you are on vacation 0

when you have to go outside to use the internet. [open wireless]

Atlantic Beach, NC, USA

This Is Odd. 1

Weird Ass/Poop-centric Korean(?) flash game.

Little. Yellow. Traceable. 2

I’ve known this for awhile, but many do not. Most, if not all, printers place almost imperceptable dots on anything that you print, a serial number of sorts, which then can be used to trace a printed page back to a specific printer. The Secret Service has a vested interest in this ‘technology’, and it’s not difficult to understand their reasoning. But for privacy advocates and others who simply wish to be truly annonymous, this poses problems as there is no way to turn this ‘feature’ off. But via Ars Technica, we learn that MIT’s Seeing Yellow project is attempting to rectify that after someone who asked a printer manufacturer how to turn off the yellow was later visited by the Secret Service.

According to HogBlog 0

Planet Unicorn is a Unicorn Planet.

If you are breathing right now 1

you must be aware of what is happening around you.

You will be disturbed. Not everything in life is entertaining.

Da Shatner Funk 0

Found awhile back, just thought to post.

If you liked that, you’ll love EBN. Gonna dig up more on them soon.

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