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Kameraflage - Digital Camera Visible Only | productdose.com
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:25 pm EDT, Sep 16, 2007

There's all kinds of practical uses for a dye that's only visible to digital chips, but we like all the mischief that could be wrought.

Oh, I could have so much fun with this...

Kameraflage - Digital Camera Visible Only | productdose.com


EFF: DeepLinks
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:39 pm EDT, Sep 13, 2007

Joy Robinson-Van Gilder is a small-town mom from Earlville, Illinois (population 1,778) who began a one-woman campaign to fight the use of biometrics in the schools — and won.

In August of 2005, the public school in Earlville installed biometric equipment, allowing the school to track students by scanning their fingerprints. Use of the scans for school lunch was apparently mandatory. When Robinson-Van Gilder objected, she was told: “If they don’t scan, they don’t eat.”

We need this to be a Federal Law... to protect our youth.

EFF: DeepLinks


EFF: Breaking News
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:32 pm EDT, Sep 13, 2007

Jennifer Stisa Granick Named Civil Liberties Director

San Francisco - Noted computer crime attorney Jennifer Stisa Granick has joined the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) as its new Civil Liberties Director, working on government surveillance, Fourth Amendment, computer security, and computer crime law.

Congratulations Jennifer!!! Many of us love your work!

EFF: Breaking News


NewsChannel 5.com Nashville, Tennessee - Mrs. Tenn. Places Top Three In Mrs. America
Topic: Miscellaneous 6:21 pm EDT, Sep  9, 2007

A rattlesnake bit Ryan on Aug. 26, 2007, during rehearsals for the competition. She spent 15 hours in a hospital and was given 10 vials of antivenin to counteract the poison from a bite on her right foot.

Ok, after the Ms. Teen South Carolina, I would think that people in the southern states would take the extra time to ensure that they are articulate and well spoken. Along those lines, what is "antivenin"??

Shame, shame, News 5...

NewsChannel 5.com Nashville, Tennessee - Mrs. Tenn. Places Top Three In Mrs. America


Union: Mexican Trucks Begin Crossing Border Saturday - Politics News Story - KNSD | San Diego
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:36 am EDT, Sep  1, 2007

The Teamsters Union said it has been told by officials in the Transportation Department's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that the first Mexican trucks will be coming across the border on Saturday.

It's rare, no unheard of, that I agree with a union.

This isn't a bad idea, it's going to cost lives. Not jobs, not economy, lives.

Union: Mexican Trucks Begin Crossing Border Saturday - Politics News Story - KNSD | San Diego


RE: Drama
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:37 pm EDT, Aug 13, 2007

Acidus wrote:
People who publicly question my integrity from moral high ground, and then offer me a beer like nothing has happened.

I stand by my achievements, whether they are appreciated or not.
I stand by who I am.
I stopped caring how people accept me a long ago.

And I for one stand beside you, as you are someone I'm proud to know.

As far as those douchebags who try to ride your coattails, they'll never come close... they'll always follow... so simply ignore them... they're trivial.

And when they offer you a beer, simply say, "I'm good, Thanks... " and move on...

Keep up the great work!

RE: Drama


The Anti Valentine
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:32 pm EDT, Jul 14, 2007

Send an Anti Valentines Day Card to someone!

Valentine's Day is upon us once more: that special time of year when chocolate manufacturers and greetings card companies encourage you to demonstrate the extent of your fondness in cold, hard, cash (or the satin-hearted equivalent) on February 14th.
This year, celebrate or commiserate by sending an anti-valentine. Send it today, tomorrow, or any day you damn well please. This year, say it with bile.

I wish I'd have seen this sooner.

The Anti Valentine


RE: I'm engaged
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:03 pm EDT, Jun 22, 2007

Abaddon wrote:
so yesterday I asked Vanessa to marry me and she said yes! I'm so happy and excited, so spread the word...the wedding will probably be sometime in fall of 2008, other than that I don't really have any details yet...

--Mike

Welcome aboard the marriage train! Woohoo!

I can't wait to meet Vanessa, and can't wait to see you both!

Congratulations!

RE: I'm engaged


RE: twittervision
Topic: Miscellaneous 7:52 pm EDT, May 22, 2007

http://twitter.com/dc0de

RE: twittervision


Cyber-Security Enhancement and Consumer Data Protection Act of 2006 (Introduced in House)
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:33 am EDT, May 16, 2007

Calling all Legal Eagles...

Please review these proposed changes to US Code, Title 18, regarding Cyber-Security Enhancement and Consumer Data Protection Act of 2006.

We need to make sure that this bill is correct, and stands without any weird and strange riders...

One of my first questions is Section 2 E:
`(E) the capability to gain access to or remotely control without authorization, a protected computer.'.

Who is defining this, and how exactly is "access" defined?

If this can pass, it may bring protections to our personal data... however, I'd much prefer to see the existing Privacy Act of 1974 expanded to all businesses and consumers.

That's my 2¢, YMMV.

Cyber-Security Enhancement and Consumer Data Protection Act of 2006 (Introduced in House)


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