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14 May 2006

News from the Net

Linux violating the GPL.

In-flight VoIP

If you are the type to do something naughty in public when you think no one is watching, you should see this.

A Polar Grizzly was shot.

Want to Beta Test a SmartShirt?

This is awesome... The telephone companies are being sued for helping with the wiretaps! Of course, the government is intervening in the EFF's lawsuit against AT&T. Good thing lobyists have no influence, eh?

For those of you with friends outside the US, you might let them know that the United States will now have access to all their personal data as well.

Ok, explain to me why someone convicted of hacking should be required to provide DNA samples...?

If you want a casual work environment, sounds like Apple is the place for you.

Looks like the Wright Brothers might soon have company.

Ok, Senator Sensenbrenner is trying to pass a bill to to require companies to inform the government when their systems are compromised -- but not tell the victims. Here's my question. What good will it do? When I reported my server being hacked (as a business, not personal) to the FBI at the beginning of the year, they didn't ask how many people were affected, how many employees, or even what my IP was

Homebrew PS3 Game Development?

Groklaw starts a Methods and Concepts Database?

Camels and Llamas being used to create caffeine dipsticks?

Looks like they may once again restrict use of your social security number

Hackers have to give DNA samples cuz they're all terrorists! Duh!

Posted by Sarah on Sun May 14 22:14:00 PDT 2006
If you want a hackes DNA sample just take his key board. duh!

Posted by Sylkwyrm on Sun May 14 23:59:00 PDT 2006
Or tell him that you are interested AND sober.

Posted by Malachi on Mon May 15 00:01:00 PDT 2006
I so completely forgot about the fact that anyone who touches a keyboard is a terrorist... my mistake ;)

Posted by Malachi on Sun May 14 23:58:00 PDT 2006