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Daily Archives: October 6, 2003

l3370|2 th4n l337.

by Rob Friesel

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techno-virology.

by Rob Friesel

Simonkiker on Slashdot posts on Viruses and Market Dominance – Myth or Fact?. Now several orders removed, we arrive at: So there are far fewer viruses for Mac OS X and Linux. It’s true that those two operating systems do not have monopoly numbers, though in some industries they have substantial numbers of users. But […]

3 fr/ the Gizmodo front.

by Rob Friesel

More on the 64-bit screamer: the G5, put through the paces A WiFi Ghetto Blaster!? …11b, 120GB hard drive, MP3 decoder, web-based controller, and oh so much retro 80s flair… Truly plug-and-play…? USB peripheral’s sole function is to vibrate. Certainly there is a practical application for this. And by practical, I mean non-sexual…

more meta-blogging.

by Rob Friesel

re: Abandoned Blogs:: The abandonment rate did vary significantly based on which service was being used: Pitas, BlogSpot and Diaryland had above average abandonment rates; Xanga had an average abandonment rate; LiveJournal had the lowest abandonment rate (the sample size for Blog-City, TypePad and Weblogger was too low to compare). A few interesting points about […]

indiana jones.

by Rob Friesel

This one’s for you, Mark G.: Archaeology has never been a wealthy discipline, but by borrowing tools developed for more well-endowed professions, archaeologists are developing X-ray vision—or, to be precise, infra-red, microwave and magnetic vision, which are even better.