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Rants, trivia, news queue, ad infintum, yeah right.

Last Build Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 21:44:35 GMT

Copyright: Copyright 2005 Larry Boy aka Dennis S

Tue, 26 Apr 2005 21:44:11 GMT

Have been using Radio for a RSS aggregator for so long, seems like the whole blog thing is wasted.  Oh well, life is busy and different tools provide different solutions based on what we need at the time.

Hmmm... It worked with the Indians, why do we expect more than that

Fri, 09 Jan 2004 05:16:08 GMT

  • Slashdot | Your Rights Online - US Treasury to Post Previously Private Email Addresses Online.

    An anonymous reader writes "After receiving around 10 thousand comments about a government proceeding and after promising not to reveal personal info from those comments online, the US Treasury department decided to post email addresses of those who commented online. Sounds like they don't want any more comments about government proceedings. The email harvesters are going to have a great time."

  • [Privacy Digest]

    Fri, 08 Aug 2003 23:36:50 GMT

  • The Shifted Librarian: Thursday, August 07, 2003 - For God's Sake, Protect the Adults!

    Jenny found us a tasty morsel (Flash) at Netparents.swf

    Gee, maybe libraries are being forced to filter the wrong terminals. Maybe it's the adults we should be aiming to protect....

  • [Privacy Digest]

    Fri, 08 Aug 2003 22:31:50 GMT

    I.B.M. Files Countersuits in Dispute Over Linux. I.B.M., the biggest corporate backer of Linux, has filed a barrage of counterclaims against SCO Group. By Barnaby J. Feder. [New York Times: Technology] You go dawg...