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Tuesday, July 13
The Importance of...: The Obsessively Annotated Introduction to the INDUCE Act

Makes for interesting reading... Hmm.......

The Importance of...: The Obsessively Annotated Introduction to the INDUCE Act


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Sunday, July 11
Ooooooo, buy me THESE slipmats!

check em out:



Wicked huh. :D


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Wednesday, July 7
OoooOooOOoooOoo, my new favourite Winamp plugin!

Check this out: an input plugin for Winamp that uses the MPlayer engine (originally developed for Linux, then ported to Windows) for playback - this doesn't use DirectShow, so you get a much more consistent support of various filetypes. Just think VideoLAN player, but inside Winamp. :D

SourceForge.net: in_mplayer


Be warned, the plugin's still alpha. It rocks for an alpha-stage project though. :D


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Tuesday, July 6
It only took 9 months..

... The ActiveX flaw in Internet Explorer which allowed malicious code to log keystrokes, and write to system files / the hard drive, has finally been patched by Microsoft.

Award for longest time between vulnerability discovery and patch release date? They only even released a patch because a virus that uses this exploit was released :/

Anyways, MS recommends that all users on Windows NT4, 2000, XP and 2003 install this update (except for people using the latest XP Service Pack 2 RC2, who aren't affected). More information from the MS site here: http://www.microsoft.com/security/incident/download_ject.mspx


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Monday, July 5
Ah, poetic spam with a useful message!

My public email address, as used on my company web site, receives the odd bit of spam every so often.

I got a good one today. :)


All beds have special L-shaped covers that reach up to the armpits of a woman but only to the waist
Should you wish to pass yourself off as a German officer, it is not necessary to speak the language.
The employers were also asked to list the "most unusual" questions that have been asked by job candi
Since there is no time like the present, he thought it was time to present the present.
The buck does funny things when the does are present.


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You have a picture of your coffee mug on your coffee mug.
Candidate dozed off during interview.
Large, loft apartments in New York City are plentiful and affordable, even if the tenants are unempl
I must admit that I am a pretty fair talker.
Candidate brought large dog to interview.






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At least it's entertaining now to see how spammers desperately try to evade the spam filters :D


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Thursday, July 1
you can talk to us about your sneaker addiction

Do you have a trainers addiction? These Drum & Bass DJs do :D


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