Jul 24 2014

Pork and pickles.

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Jul 24 2014

Are you abnormal? If not, are you willing to learn?


Jul 18 2014

Lusine – Arterial

Something tastefully understated for your listening pleasure.

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Jul 17 2014

Red, white and blue.

#tbt — This was 4th of july, maybe, oh, 2006 or 2007?


Jul 16 2014

Scientists are beginning to figure out why conservatives are…conservative

Something I’ve written a little bit about before.

From the article:

“There is by now evidence from a variety of laboratories around the world using a variety of methodological techniques leading to the virtually inescapable conclusion that the cognitive-motivational styles of leftists and rightists are quite different. This research consistently finds that conservatism is positively associated with heightened epistemic concerns for order, structure, closure, certainty, consistency, simplicity, and familiarity, as well as existential concerns such as perceptions of danger, sensitivity to threat, and death anxiety.”

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Jul 16 2014

Enjoy it while you can.


Jul 15 2014

The Tao of Programming

A novice asked the Master: “Here is a programmer that never designs, documents or tests his programs. Yet all who know him consider him one of the best programmers in the world. Why is this?”

The Master replied: “That programmer has mastered the Tao. He has gone beyond the need for design; he does not become angry when the system crashes, but accepts the universe without concern. He has gone beyond the need for documentation; he no longer cares if anyone else sees his code. He has gone beyond the need for testing; each of his programs are perfect within themselves, serene and elegant, their purpose self-evident. Truly, he has entered the mystery of Tao.”

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Jul 14 2014

“Severe” password manager attacks steal digital keys and data en masse

This is why I prefer to keep my passwords in an offline password manager, namely KeePassX.

I think this discussion came up once before, and Scott Schmitt asked me why I thought KeePass was better than LastPass — I didn’t have an example to point to at the time, but this is why. The fewer people that can even see my database file, let alone decrypt it, the better I feel about it.

Adoption of poorly secured password managers opens a single point of failure.

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Jul 11 2014

Terrifying Photos Look Like They’re Capturing Ghosts -

Terrifying Photos Look Like They’re Capturing Ghosts, via BloodyDisgusting

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Jul 10 2014

Vintage Safety Posters from the Netherlands

Via Juxtapoz.

We love some good vintage graphic design here at Juxtapoz, a few weeks ago we posted a collection of Japanese advertisements from the 60s and 70s. Thi…

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