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Archive: January, 2005

January 31, 2005

Have a nice day.

The available domain name of the week is littlehappymoment.com

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.

January 29, 2005

The sights and sounds of splorp.

Sigh. The old content engine has been pretty much running on empty around here of late. Sorry about that. Other priorities, other projects… you know the story. Of course, part of that story is my time-sucking day job at Veer. (Please note that the term ‘time-sucking’ used in this previous context should not be construed … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.

January 21, 2005

Homeland secrutiny.

Would you care to consider a little constructive photocultural legislation jamming? Of course you would. February 1st has been unofficially declared National ‘Photography in the Age of Homeland Security’ Day by concerned citizen Cheri Smithson. She has been continually frustrated by the artistic community’s lack of social commentary and reaction to the increasingly restrictive photographic … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.

January 17, 2005

Clarity through indecisiveness.

The available domain name of the week is ambiguate.com

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.

January 5, 2005

Spy vs spy.

Apparently, Microsoft is poised to unveil a beta version of its very own anti-spyware software this week. Nice to see that they’re finally getting around to addressing issues like this themselves. Anyone care to place a wager as to how long it takes for someone to locate a backdoor and they have to release a … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.

January 3, 2005

Talking a green streak.

What could possibly be better than wrapping up two of my favourite things most geeky into a single concept like podcasting? Naturally, it would involve mashing three items dear to my heart instead. Newton + iPod + RSS = Green Light Go — NewtPodcasting at its finest, courtesy of David Abramowitz.

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.