Economist.com - Ship of fools →
Washington Post - Giving Up on God →
posted at http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dd8dhj5w_11httdm7df, and elsewhere. Thank you. Thanksgiving is a good time of year to reflect on our blessings. Life is never as easy as we wish it were, but also never as bad as we fear it to be. I know a lot of people who are hurting right now. Bad love, money problems, and trouble staying employed are some of the reasons. I consider myself fortunate...
How to Use RSA Public Key Encryption
RSA is the most common public key cryptosystem in the world. Using freely available tools, you can generate RSA public and private keys. We like OpenSSL. You can encrypt files and data using strong conventional symmetric encryption. Then encrypt the passwords used using RSA. You will be able to distribute the thus secured passwords easily. Encrypted data is just entropy until you have valid...
North Fork Sound →
Location of Titanic
Bob Ballard recorded the Titanic’s location coordinates as, stern section sits on ocean floor at 41o43’35” N, 49o56’54” W, boilers at 41o43’32” N, 49o56’49” W, bow at 41o43’57” N, 49o56’49” W.
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This space is for reposting things I thought were interesting, mainly.
MILANO EXPO 2015 →
Salone Satellite 2008, 11 years of international... →
SaloneSatellite 2008 Milano →
playlist 11/16/2008 →
Backrow Productions →
Clerk of the House of Representatives - Election... →
This was timing out when I made this post but hopefully it will be up again soon
Sorry, GOP: America Is Left Of Center →
Postmortem (from NRO) →
Obama wins, McCain loses. What could be simpler?
Multi Touch & The Magic Wall
CNN posted an article about Jeff Han, the guy behind their Magic Wall display which John King has used throughout the political season to track and display data. I thought it would be appropriate to cover Jeff in a little more depth today.
Jeff Han - MultiTouch Interaction Research http://www.cs.nyu.edu/~jhan/ftirtouch/
Jeff (Jefferson Han) - Perceptive Pixel Demo Reel →
Jeff Han was the founder of CUSeeMe and a leading reseacher in multi touch interactive research
Aphrodelics - Rollin' on Chrome →
The FF3 TLS Bug
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 There seems to be a solution to the FF3 TLS bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=448303#c4 The issue seems to be “not being able to find agree an mutually acceptable cipher with the server.” I need to examine this with iPlanet/Sun Java System Web Server 7 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (MingW32) -...