Thanks to the Streisand effect, the Defense Distributed Liberator is getting more publicity than ever. You would think that someone at the State Department would remember the PGP T-Shirt. Knowing something can be done is usually all it takes to … Continue reading
Right now, somewhere out there, is the death of Facebook A solution is supersaturated when it is more highly concentrated than is normally possible under given conditions of temperature and pressure. The classic example is carbonated water used in soda. … Continue reading
I found out today that my RSS reading interface of choice, Reeder, is going to be using feedbin.me as its backend service. Feedbin.me currently costs $2 a month, $20 a year. That seems cheap enough and since Ben Ubois, the … Continue reading
When that bottom feeding content thief Farago can win a “major award” from the SAF you know gun blogging has jumped the shark. Pack it in folks, no one is listening.
Paraphrasing Capital one, Sebastion asks, “What’s on your desktop?” because he didn’t have anything in iTunes. So to bring it full circle, my desktop is blank. I’ve tried using pictures before but they’re just too distracting. … Continue reading
I always thought Robert Farago was a slimy bottom feeder, stealing content from people and using it to make money. It turns out he’s just ignorant and doesn’t know how to make a link in HTML! Here Robert, let me … Continue reading
TTAG stealing content and implying permission again? Why yes they are! … Continue reading
Earlier in the week, this blog turned 5. That’s like 1000 in Internet years.
Based on a comment at SayUncle I made a screen recording of this: Here is a .mov if you want to see it bigger: smokeandthunder.com redirects to vpc.org I can’t think of a legitimate reason that a bad virtual directory … Continue reading
One thing I really like about the Internet is the way it has of hauling douchebags out into the sunlight where everyone can mock them. UPDATE: The douchebag in question just doubled down by calling Breda a “cranky female blogger”. … Continue reading