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  1. 2010: ThorpeGlen Maintains the Worlds Largest Social Network
    From [ dropsafe ] Just in case it ever vanishes, a memory from archive.org; Thorpe Glen were a spinoff of a spinoff of BT and were subsequently bought-out – I forget by whom; their website lies idle; but be aware that they existed back then. ThorpeGlen Maintains the Worlds Largest Social Network Date published: 6th July, 2010 Technology innovation enables dynamic […]
  2. Secure Beneath the Watchful Eyes London Transport Poster
    From [ dropsafe ] It’s mentioned in many places on the web, but it turns out that this fabulously Orwellian poster from several years ago: …is available as a hi-res PDF at WhatDoTheyKnow, the result of a FOIA. My irony meter is rather strained by this discovery.
  3. HITLER JAZZ-HANDS!
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  4. Tales from Sun Microsystems ? stuff you would not believe?
    From [ dropsafe ] It was very similar to now, but also very very different… Bob Coe once told me he did not have to interview the candidates for his Administrative Assistant position. I should simply ask each candidate to link her hands behind her head with her elbows pointing forward and walk toward the wall. If her elbows […]
  5. Whilst we?re learning today: Holodomor. No, it?s not Harry Potter, not at all?
    From [ dropsafe ] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor The Holodomor (Ukrainian: – , “Extermination by hunger” or “Hunger-extermination“;[2] derived from ‘-’, “Starving someone” [3]) was a man-made famine in the Ukrainian SSR and adjacent Cossack territories between 1932 and 1933. During the famine, which is also known as the “Terror-Famine in Ukraine” and “Famine-Genocide in Ukraine”,[4][5][6] millions of Ukrainians and Cossacks died of starvation in a peacetime catastrophe unprecedented in the history of Ukraine.[7] The estimates of […]
  6. TIL: about Freedom of the Press ? #milton #areopagitica
    From [ dropsafe ] TIL about “Freedom of the Press” – my emboldening of a key point. My question to you, dear reader, is whether you can accept that every man, woman and (likely) child should be permitted to exercise their reason? Until 1694, England had an elaborate system of licensing. No publication was allowed without the accompaniment of a […]
  7. One Voice Community Choir perform on a closed M6 Motorway
    From [ dropsafe ] So yesterday I was returning from Scotland – more of that later – and traffic alerts and GPS guided me around a major motorway closure; the M6 near Stoke-on-Trent was closed due to a fatal motorcycle crash, traffic was stopped in the road for several hours whilst investigations were carried out – I believe the […]
  8. Cybersecurity and ?Igon Values?
    From [ dropsafe ] Igon Value Problems: so very, very applicable to politicians and cybernetwork-security… I will say this about Malcolm Gladwell: I like his writing, which oozes with intellect that enables him to see angles that many people miss. As a golf fan, I thoughtGladwell’s assessment of Tiger Woods versus Phil Mickelson was so spot-on that I printed out […]
  9. HP Keeps Installing Secret Backdoors in Enterprise Storage # and the best bit is the password they used?
    From [ dropsafe ] …and a quick Google for 78a7ecf065324604540ad3c41c3bb8fe1d084c50 yields “badg3r5″, which is a really terrible password by any metric… Even with root access, the secret admin account does not give support techs or hackers access to data stored on the HP machines, according to the company. But it does provide enough access and control over the hardware […]
  10. The NSA just released a sexy new commercial with Sasha Grey # well, sort-of?
    From [ dropsafe ] Come for the joke, stay for the Snowden reference. Sexy NSA Commercial With Sasha Grey from Sasha Grey
  11. An excellent little web-page on which one could waste quite a lot of time?
    From [ dropsafe ] What are some of the most interesting little-known things? McDonald’s ketchup cups are expandable The Unlikely Tale of a Letter Called “Thorn” Bjarkan + Haglaz = Bluetooth …
  12. Extreme points of Earth ? Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia # your sunday evening enlightenment
    From [ dropsafe ] This is a list of extreme points of Earth, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than, higher or lower in altitude than, or farthest inland or out to sea from, any other locations on the landmasses, continents or countries. via Extreme points of Earth – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
  13. Carl Williams? perfect slogan for the battle against printer cartridges: #HomePrintingIsKillingJunkMail
    From [ dropsafe ] re: this.
  14. TIL: What a ?Warrant Canary? is?
    From [ dropsafe ] Twitter / bytemark: @ralpost You know we're not …. @ralpost You know we're not US based, have been considering a warrant canary https://t.co/xd3Fi4nZ8b & sponsor the @OpenRightsGroup? ^TD — Bytemark Hosting (@bytemark) June 29, 2013 [...] Warrant_canary A warrant canary is a method used by an Internet service provider to inform its customers that the […]
  15. #HamzaKashgari : Saudi Cleric castigates Twitter, Saudi Prince invests in Twitter # @Arabist
    From [ dropsafe ] The National reports that the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia has ?issued a fatwa against Twitter, demanding that ?real Muslims? avoid it, calling it a ?platform for trading accusations and for promoting lies?.? The pretext for this condemnation of social media is the case of the Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari, who was extradited from Malaysia [...]this posting is syndicated from dropsafe #HamzaKashgari : Saudi Cleric castigates Twitter, Saudi Prince invests in Twitter # @Arabist
  16. Apple Removes X11 in OS X Mountain Lion, Shifts Support to Open Source XQuartz ? MacRumors.com
    From [ dropsafe ] Apple Removes X11 in OS X Mountain Lion, Shifts Support to Open Source XQuartz – MacRumors.com. Mmmm… this posting is syndicated from dropsafe Apple Removes X11 in OS X Mountain Lion, Shifts Support to Open Source XQuartz – MacRumors.comthis posting is syndicated from dropsafe Apple Removes X11 in OS X Mountain Lion, Shifts Support to Open Source XQuartz – MacRumors.com
  17. VideoLAN ? VLC 2.0 Twoflower is available?
    From [ dropsafe ] With faster decoding on multi-core, GPU, and mobile hardware and the ability to open more formats, notably professional, HD and 10bits codecs, 2.0 is a major upgrade for VLC. Twoflower has a new rendering pipeline for video, with higher quality subtitles, and new video filters to enhance your videos. It supports many new devices and [...]this posting is syndicated from dropsafe VideoLAN – VLC 2.0 Twoflower is available…
  18. Remember this folding UK 13 Amp plug? Well now it?s here, sort-of?
    From [ dropsafe ] …now browse onwards to The Telegraph. Product home site. this posting is syndicated from dropsafe Remember this folding UK 13 Amp plug? Well now it’s here, sort-of…this posting is syndicated from dropsafe Remember this folding UK 13 Amp plug? Well now it’s here, sort-of…
  19. ?@angusprune: Website idea: isthepubsafe.com tells you if there is a major sporting fixture on or if it is safe to go to the pub?
    From [ dropsafe ] Website idea: isthepubsafe.com tells you whether there is a major sporting fixture on or if it is safe to go to the pub — James H (@angusprune) February 18, 2012 I’d use that. this posting is syndicated from dropsafe “@angusprune: Website idea: isthepubsafe.com tells you if there is a major sporting fixture on or if [...]this posting is syndicated from dropsafe “@angusprune: Website idea: isthepubsafe.com tells you if there is a major sporting fixture on or if it is safe to go to the pub”
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