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[IO ERROR] Rise of the culture of fear Posted by IO ERROR under Homeland Stupidity , Privacy Leave a Comment These little incidents seem to accumulate...
[23.me.uk] 23.me.uk 2+3=5: On these pages, you will find information about the 'sport' of trigpointing, and be able to log your finds. We have a database containing the locations of most of the trigpoints in Great Britain, but if you find one that we don't know about, please add it to our database."
[Mercury.mirrorshades.org] mercury : blog : bloggy: The Motherfucking Phone is being ignored as well, though that's been par for the course forever- the marked tendency of anything with a pulse to use either its mouthbits, assbits, or some piece of technology to irritate the everloving shit out of me at the EXACT moment I slip into a state of Concentration is why I'll unplug the phone instead of answering it. This tendency to induce maximum annoyance at the worst time is also one of the main reasons I've been single for well over a year, and haven't even bothered to look around- bitching about sex and companionship over the course of the last year has been more raging about the fact it's a genetic requirement than about the lack thereof, which doesn't bother my cognition in the least.
[Jclement.ca] All Entries: I've been thinking for a while now that maybe I should make one of those trendy photoblogs to aid my visitors in seeing my latest and greatest photos since rummaging through the albums isn't usually all that fun (although I'll still keep those there too). Anyways Lorien reminded me about this so I got after it and actually built it.
[Slashdot.org] Slashdot | CowboyNeal Speaks: There might be a few tricks to implement this that could save some overhead, but if I were to make such a box, it definitely wouldn't happen until after Slashdot is running bender, the new development branch of Slashcode.
[Javaranch.com] JavaRanch NewsLetter - October 2003 Volume 2 Issue 9: SSL, as we know, is a layer over TCP/IP and supports end-point authentication, message integrity and confidentiality. Though RMI does not use SSL by default, it is fairly straight-forward to add this support using custom socket factories as explained in this example from RMI documentation and illustrated in my J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services book.