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Linkdump for December 25th

by Rob Friesel

The Blast Shack Bruce Sterling writing at Diplomats are people who speak from nation to nation. They personify nations, and nations are brutal, savage, feral entities. (tagged: politics culture hacking privacy technology essay ) Angry Robot to open the floodgates for one month SFScope (tagged: scifi writing publishing todo ) Axe Cop. That is […]

Linkdump for February 11th

by Rob Friesel

New Russian botnet tries to kill rival at Network World (via /.) (tagged: spam security network research ) Estimating programming time at ITworld (via /.) (tagged: software programming work ) The government has your baby’s DNA at (via /.) (tagged: politics news dna privacy genetics paranoia future research ) Google Plans To Deliver 1Gb/sec […]

wrapping stuff up

by Rob Friesel

Earlier this week, I linked out to an article about “why Web 2.0 will end your privacy” and then (via B^2) I see this one on “hot products from the future“.  I immediately thought of the printed Wired‘s back-page monthly feature “FOUND ARTIFACTS FROM THE FUTURE!” that I so enjoy.  Of course, the convergence point […]