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QPSMTP Update

February 19th, 2004 · No Comments

An update to the previous story… After two weeks, we’re still running QPSMTP and during the day we’re letting through an average of 10% of mail addressed to our domains. At night, it drops down to 4-5%. It is unbelievably…

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TiVo User Tracking Roundup

February 3rd, 2004 · No Comments

CNN: TiVo: Jackson stunt most replayed moment ever Justin and Janet Steal Super Bowl Show, According to TiVo; Wardrobe Malfunction Scores Highest Reaction Ever on TiVo Jackson’s Super Bowl flash grabs TiVo users TiVo Privacy Policy Relevant Excerpts: TiVo has…

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Daguerreotypomania

December 26th, 2003 · No Comments

Finally back from the holidays… Last weekend we went to see the Daguerreotype exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Daguerre was a painter, engraver, dioramist. There’s some of his painting and engraving work at the Met, you can usually…

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MS Blaster and This Summer’s Power Outgages

December 10th, 2003 · No Comments

Bruce Schneier revives the suspicion that the Blaster worm may have had something to do with the huge power outages this summer. Internet worms and critical infrastructure | CNET News.com…

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Cat Finder

November 17th, 2003 · No Comments

Since we’ve moved into our house, which is pretty big for us, I’m feeling Scott Adams’ pain of not being able to find the cat. I’d like to build a networked RFID system that based in sensors in the house,…

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10,000 abacuses

August 20th, 2003 · No Comments

‘I don’t care if we have to buy 10,000 abacuses. We won’t do business with someone who treats us poorly.’ – Ernie Ball on moving to an Open Source office. He seems like an interesting guy, but making pretty rash…

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