Feed for June 2005

Swiss freeze. Those photos of frozen cars that did the rounds in February.

Beyond fear. Interview with security expert Bruce Schneier. Shame about all those apostrophes that show up as ?s on a Mac.

One down, two to go. This would be a lot easier if I didn’t keep breaking off and reading 300-page novels for light relief. But I’m enjoying it so far, and determined to see it through, even if at this rate it takes another year.

“Back in my day, fractals were our equivalent of rolling 24-hour 3G SMS Xbox nanobot weblog wired directly to your medulla oblongata. Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, but to be young was very heaven! We wept, wept with gratitude that we had lived to see their coming. It was like, O brave new world that has such swirly patterns in it.”

Want to make the world a safer place? Why not jail a man whose work has saved millions of lives? The plight of Thomas Butler beggars belief. (Via MeFi.)

Feed for May 2005