Some links: PCs for Peace Wi-Fi Encryption Fix Not Perfect Businesses, Big and Small, Bet on Wireless Internet Access
“We have been told, time and time again in the last year, that in order to protect our freedom we must destroy it.” — Steven Grant
Well, it looks like the problems with Yahoo got better. Let’s see, how’s this one look?
Urk. Yahoo is giving me grief. Will this publish OK?
Hmmm, it looks like AdSubtract is subtracting the comment links from these Blog entries. I’ll have to look into that. (Adsubtract is nice, other than occasionally subtracting something it shouldn’t, […]
Warchalking — maybe I should go draw one of these symbols on the tree out front, and see if anyone tries to hook into my Airport base station. Swaine’s World […]
Einstein’s Intelligence Quiz It took me about an hour to solve this. I’m not sure why I bothered; puzzles like this usually don’t interest me. I guess it was the […]
The switchover of my domain name to DNS Central is complete. This shouldn’t mean much to anyone but me, but hey, just thought I’d mention it. I’m still sick, too, […]
Yahoo Knows Best, Resets Users’ Marketing Prefs This kind of thing is very annoying. If they’d sent out a notice saying they were going to do it, it wouldn’t be […]
Well, I just went through the paperwork to transfer my domain to DNS Central. I will also soon be switching to the GeoCities $5/month account, so I will have FTP […]