Remaindered Links for 27 Jul 2007
Another massive Safari tab build up happening lately. So much to share! So little time!
365 Main’s Credibility Outage | Transparency is the new best practice for companies. So why do people still blatantly lie to their end users? It’s like everyone is taking a memo from Tony Snow. (via Tom Bridge IM action)
Monkey Steals the Peach | One word: OUCH. In other news, Ninjas are wicked awesome. (via Mays)
OLPCs Used to Download Porn by Nigerian School Kids | Like they thought this wouldn’t happen. You tell a kid it’s forbidden? They are on it immediately.
101 Ways to Know Your Software Project is Doomed | What the worst thing about this article is for me consists of the complete lack of even getting near some of these points. E.g. item #3. I’ve worked at places that don’t even know what continuous integration is in the first place.
WYSIWTF | Pretty much my daily existence (via Khan)
True Random Number Generator Online | Because
rand 0..250808 is not good enough for some people. The service is a quantum random bit generator service. This could be great for some high-end security applications.
Hide-A-Pod | Finally, a good use for the Zune.
Headset Handset. Ever | Tired of those people with the bluetooth headset at all times? 1960s handset to the rescue. Almost as good as the brick hands-free decide from a few years back.
Because They Needed Something Else In Common | “‘Daddy! IÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢m going to the Apple Store with you! I love the Apple Store.’ Jon staggers backwards two steps, holds his hand over his heart and says, ‘If I were a normal man? ThisÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â‚¬Â’ and he points back and forth between himself and Leta signaling what they have between them, ‘ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â‚¬Âthis would be me teaching my son how to throw a baseball.’”
RIAA Ordered To Cover Suit Target’s Legal Fees | The RIAA finally getting a slap for their frivilous and overreaching abuse of the American Legal system. How does that medicine taste?