In a development of world-shaking importance, Alex Papadimoulis announces a new technique that can totally eliminate the problem of bad code.
The new FTC blogging guidelines are supposedly intended to go after the big commercial astroturfing campaigns, where publicity agencies pay large number of bloggers and tweeters to push commercial products…. Read more »
I got a request for Sean Hickey’s original aLinks code. Here it is Download …but be warned that it has some serious bugs. However it includes features that are not… Read more »
In The Quiet Coup Simon Johnson, former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), says that the current financial crisis resembles on a larger scale the sort of messes… Read more »
How do you create a IDictionary that does case-insensitive key matches. There are a number of solutions posted on the web, but none of them seem quite correct. The following… Read more »
I can’t give proper credit to the author of this piece. He may be an expert on computer security, but he doesn’t seem to know much about how to set… Read more »
Microsoft has finally addressed the problem I described here and and released an official update to let you really disable AutoRun. (via The Register.)
Wired tracks down the actual mathematical formula used by the investment bankers and credit rating agencies to wreck the economy. Maybe it’s unfair to blame David X. Li, who did… Read more »
Greg Newton dug up a series of photos that seems to do a nice job of explaining the system.
Back in the early 1990s, when Microsoft was raring to conquer the world, and still thought that security was something that could be dealt with as an afterthought, they added… Read more »