Monthly Archives: June 2006

MS-Word and Disclaimers

I was reading Linux Magazine and came across a link to Anonym.OS. I followed the link to the Anonym.OS home page and then to Taylor Banks’ website and eventually found Jeff Goldmark’s website. Jeff writes net rants about some things … Continue reading

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ssh, VNC, and IMAP secure tunneling

I run an IMAP server in the garage so that I can have my e-mail and folders in a central location. I have a domain name that I point to and use ddclient to update the IP address. From … Continue reading

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Random Photos

Random photos and random music have different user expectations than what a random number generator provides. If I am listening to a bunch of songs on an MP3 player at random on a long airline flight, I don’t expect to … Continue reading

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