The wind is making vortices of cherry blossom petals on 42nd Street.
Consistent with his stated position, but hard to see how Admiral Rogers will ever re-build trust in NSA this way:
My heroes yesterday: the two strangers who, after receiving the apology I sent to a large mailing list, responded with kind thank you's.
it doesn't have to be either/or. Standards typically work best when driven by implementations. Early implementations, even if they don't have effective interoperability, can help us work out bugs. And so on.
SPUR's report on Downtown Oakland is awesome:
* 40 acres of parking lots that could be buildings.
Quickly documenting some different behaviors when reading articles on the Washington Post:
1. Firefox 42.0a2, Tracking Protection turned on: article obscured, "To keep reading, please enter your e-mail address."
2. Firefox 42.0a2, Tracking Protection turned on, private browsing mode: article obscured, "Your ad blocker is on."
In both cases, it asks for an email address to continue. In both cases, the email submission form fails to work with a vague error message when I enter a mailinator.com address. With a spam GMail address (that is, including "+spam"), WaPo thanks me and lets me click through to the article.
Is there an English translation (or better yet, a cover) of this banned Chinese song about the challenge of finding a quiet place to study?
Should the technician be a servant to politicians or does the craftsman herself learn from engagement with material?
What would it take to get an "Idaho stop" right-of-way policy for biking in Oakland?