Thursday, September 11, 2003

Hey RIAA label artists. Everytime the RIAA sues a twelve year old, I'm going to add some time to my boycott of your record label.
Is the biggest threat we face from within? Is it The USA Patriot Act? Could be.
I'm getting really tired of having people ask me to help them remove malware from their computers. I'm sure that I'm not the only one. Folks who make Gator, and other programs that spawn popups. You're making a lot of us mad. Antispyware maker hunts down Gator
P2P group: We'll pay girl's RIAA bill
Scott Hanselman's Weblog : Scott Hanselman's Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tools List
RIAA sued for amnesty offer
Datatype: The RIAA Are Dicks. We Apologize.
BLOGGER :: Announcing Several New Features for Free Users
Blogger bucks premium-services trend

Monday, September 08, 2003

New Zealand farmers Fight Against Ridiculous Taxes
RIAA sues 261 people out of 57 million "file sharers". If they file suit against an equal amount everyday, they can get the rest in 598 years. See: Recording Industry Sues File Swappers
LawMeme - European Patent Battles - max-width in Internet Explorer
infrasound manipulation in church
Wired News: Golden State Highlights Privacy
Forgotten NY
I enjoy playing with colors. Makes it fun to come across a Color Toy
goodbye Warren, and thank you

Michael Swanwick's tribute to Warren Zevon

Sunday, September 07, 2003

Boxes and Arrows: Synonym Rings and Authority Files
For years I've been told not to play with my food. But sometimes, like when it's for science, like in Project Skittlebrau, how could you not?
In the mixed-up, mumbled-up world of alphabet soup agencies like the FCC, it's hard to tell what to make of recent pronoucements from the agency. I wonder if anyone over there really knows. Who is in charge of these guys? The OMD?
Software and hardware innovators Be were pretty neat. It's sad that they aren't around anymore. But, it's good to see that their shareholders will get something back as Microsoft settles Be suit for $23 million
Earth to Microsoft: Is it really a surprise that all of Asia would rather write their own software than to succumb to your monopoly. Wired News: Microsoft to Asia: No Fair! Yup. :)