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Video From H2K2

(The video player wont load from the rss feed. So if you're reading from there, you'll have to click though to the post. Also I ditched the crappy flv version - never mind this is crappy quality anyway, it's using some quicktime foolery so it should…

The Last Hope

The Last Hope

I just registered for the three day computer security.. well Hacker Conference "HOPE: Hackers of planet Earth". So far they have a few keynote speakers listed including Adam Savage and of course Kevin Mitnick. Adam Savage is well known as a Mythbust…

Hitachi Hard-Drive Project

I found this piece of music a little while back. You can click the little play button to play it now.
Noriko Version

It was made for a Gizmondo competition by "Noriko" - Composed with sounds of a failing Hitachi hard-disk. I lost his link, but you ca…

Rotating Banners

Now on every page you'll get a different banner. Every single photo is taken by me (to the best of my knowledge - if you took it that will teach you to borrow my camera!) hand picked out of my gallery and then cropped and edited by me too to fit. I u…

Social Graph(ing)

I've been missing writing again. I haven't been getting good sleep lately which kills my creative thinking processes. Didn't even get good sleep last night, but I did the night before so I'm up to the task.

Social Graphs

Last night over dinner I was …

Virtual Computers (that exist nowhere except inside computers)

I'm currently in the market for a new desktop. There are a few things I want to do with it, and they range from pretty simple requirements that barely need mentioning, to some pretty complex ideas.

  1. Large amount of protected storage. Raid 5
  2. Ability t…

Electric Lady Land

Like the album this post is named after I found these 3 things to be of interest this week.

The Buddylinks service (read: Virus) swarmed the nation last night. Sending unsolicited IM's with links to trick people into installing the program that sends…

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