Coming soon to a blog near you: Comment spamming. And: How to spam back, by flooding spambots with fake email addresses.
Halley can see now, thanks to cataract surgery
A man bought a used BlackBerry from a former Morgan Stanley vice president and discovered that it still contains the VP’s email messages, revealing a treasure trove of confidential information, according to this Wired News story by Kim Zetter. In addition to personal e-mails that reveal the VP’s own Charles Schwab IRA account numbers, the […]
Matchbox sized GPS reports its location via SMS.
Telecom and networking companies blew through far more money in 1999-2001 than did their startup siblings in e-commerce and consumer-oriented Web sites. Plus, where the money is going now.
Some stats on the wireless market: U.S. Wireless Market Sees Surprising Growth (WSJ, 8/15/03) Mobile phone sales encroaching on handheld organizers (c|net news.com, 8/18/03) Notebook sales hit new highs (c|net news.com, 7/2/03)
How to use Movable Type and PHP to manage a list of links automatically.
830 squares of wood rotate individually to reflect your image in this work by artist Daniel Rozin.
Nicholas Carr says IT has become a commodity utility. Michael Schrage says IT still matters, because it’s all in how you deploy it.
Pat Gelsinger wants Intel technology to touch every last human being on the planet.
By all accounts, Linux is doggedly continuing its march toward respectability and, perhaps, even boredom. Like a motorcycle-riding, leathers-wearing, tattooed CPA, Linux has a whiff of youthful danger and rebelliousness about it, despite being, in its daily work, rather dull.