Archive for July, 2011
I’m still young enough to say the shuttle program is older than me, yet I’m old enough to say I’ve lived through the vast majority of it’s 30 year run. I suspect it will be many years before we’re able to create something of nearly that quality again. There is a very reasonable chance that […]
Jamie Zawinski linked to a very interesting blog post about the forensics problem in the recent Casey Anthony trial. To summarize, she was using an older version of Firefox, which stores its history in a Mork DB. For those not familiar with Mozilla internals, Mork is (I’m quoting JWZ here): …the single most braindamaged file […]
I can’t believe it’s already 28 weeks.
This just hit my inbox. Google Voice transcribed the important parts right, but also added a certain flare that seems very appropriate for GoDaddy. The only modifications made were stripping the phone number. Couldn’t do this better if I tried.
I’ve twice (once, twice) mentioned the lack of sanitation for many people in this world. We’re about at the point where more people have cell phones than access to toilets. Bill Gates is now making it a priority to fix this problem. Kudos. This could save many lives.
I fell behind blogging these again. I’m going to make an effort to be more prompt.