- 4 final Orpheuses – rejectamentalist manifesto
This really worked for me, got me thinking about other ways to view similar heroes.
- Cartes Infernales by Ariana Osborne — Kickstarter
Every time I see Kickstarter used for something cool, I die a little inside, because I cannot contribute, because Amazon are a bag of dicks. So once again, I do what I can, and point you at yet another project that I would love to contribute to. I've used the Dictionnaire Infernal as a source of inspiration many times in the past, and would love a deck of these to use a a prop. But instead one of you will have to stump up the cash, and let me look on in envy. Which is kind of appropriate, I suppose.
- Learn Touch Typing Free – TypingClub
I was asked if I touch type while away in Northern Ireland. I don't, but I've always wanted to learn. Might give this a go, if I haven't go too many bad habits from my self taught typing.
- Flashback Trojan Creators Scared of Xcode, But Not Norton Antivirus – Waxy.org
I don't know if this is telling, or just amusing. Either way, pleased to see that I should be immune to that trojan.
- Threat Description: Trojan-Downloader:OSX/Flashback.I
Odds are I'm clean, I just ned to remember to run this at home.
- ADmented Reality – Google Glasses Remixed with Google Ads – YouTube
Every time I get excited about our shiny new AR future, I must sit and watch this video, which is a much more accurate depiction of the horror that likely awaits us all.
- When the cops subpoena your Facebook information, here’s what Facebook sends the cops – Phlog
Not actually posting this as a dig at Facebook, it's just interesting stuff. I'm not personally wild about the fact that subpoena relating to getting information relating to one user can result in the forking over of messages relating to unrelated users – I would prefer it if they were required to specify that they were interested in correspondence between parties A and B, rather than just getting all party A's correspondence, but I know that's not how the world works, and that's not actually Facebook's fault. See? I can be rational about this stuff, if I try hard!