According to the world’s smallest political quiz I’m right on the board of libertarian, conservative, and centrist. It’s comfortable here.
Monitoring the legal climate for Internet activity. This is a “joint project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley, University of San Francisco, and University of Maine law school clinics,” and it looks like it is going to be a great source of information in the future.
I just came across an interesting article that examines the flaws and advantages of several different user interface designs across platforms. This is the kind of things I’ve started to think a lot more about when I’m working on web pages.
Since when did they start calling toilet paper ‘bath tissue’ in the grocery store? Not to mention they moved everything around in the Randall’s I’ve been going to my entire life. It was strange, and unfamiliar. I’m starting to have second thoughts about staying in the dorms next year.
The Photolog has reached over 2500 photos! I would like to thank the Academy, and my Mom . . .
RIAA Web site disabled by attack – Ha! Sounds like “an innovative approach” to me :).
“Don’t they have something better to do during the summer than hack our site?” asked the RIAA representative, who asked not to be identified. “Perhaps it at least took 10 minutes away from stealing music.”