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Blogging again?

Bandwhich demonstrates how little I understand networking. I don’t even know if I have to be superuser to sniff an interface. A friend wrote something not unlike Sniffglue and made a business of it, back in the olden days. The … Continue reading

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Tech Links

OOPS. I periodically publish a tab sweep. Sometimes (like now) I draft and forget to publish it. This post should have been published in mid-June. MuPDF is a better PDF reader because it opens large PDFs faster than evince. Geeqie … Continue reading

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Tab Sweep – June 19

The most diverse place in America: Remember Sarah Palin’s much-parodied 2008 interview with Katie Couric? One segment ended with this line: “Believe me, Alaska is like a microcosm of America.” Five Thirty-Eight: Which Flight Will Get You There Fastest? Compared … Continue reading

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Miscellaney

It’s been awhile since I blogged, so here are a few things that I might have blogged if I blogged much. Windows has environment variables, because Microsoft used to steal ideas from Unix. But they never really understood them, so … Continue reading

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Tab Sweep

How did the mutation that prevents lactose intolerance become so widespread so quickly? Joss Whedon endorses Mitt Romney. Camile Paglia endorses Jill Stein. And Revenge of the Sith. Really. Additional evidence for the grandmother longevity hypothesis. A recent conference asks … Continue reading

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Tab Sweep

Khan Academy launches a program to teach Computer Science. Frank Fleming’s FAQ on Christianity for the unbeliever.

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