XIII tips to keep the pen moving…
Accompanying website…?UPDATE: Except — you know — totally unrelated to the Things I already have set up on my computer.
…losing sleep for even part of one night can trigger the key cellular pathway that produces tissue-damaging inflammation. The findings suggest a good night’s sleep can ease the risk of both heart disease and autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis.
“It could be that experienced botnet herders have got better at keeping control of compromised machines, or that more machines have been infected. Not much by way of email malware activity has been monitored, so if the latter explanation is true, then drive-by download attacks are playing a bigger role in spreading botnet client infestation.”
Did we mention these grandiose plans to HBO at the beginning? No, they would have laughed us out of the pitch meeting. Instead, we spoke only to the inversion of the cop show and a close examination of the drug war’s dysfunction.
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One Response to Linkdump for September 3rd
What’s really cool is that that Science Daily article has the information on how to cite itself at the bottom… that’s pretty nifty, and awesomely simple