Obligatory Laugh-and-head-shake digression: I’ve been fighting email spam for 12 years plus, and I still see stupid spammers – pardon the tautology – indiscriminately junkmailing abuse@ role addresses. Idiots. Why not just offer crack to a cop? With that thought out of the way… Mike McGrath’s memcached plug [http://mmcgrath.
Christian lobby upset about Australian government backtracking on Internet Censorship [http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2009/05/27/1243103585180.html] I’ve one word to say about this: good. The whole sorry mess that is the Australian net censorship debate has become an international embarrassment. It is not or
I was a NANAE (news.admin.net-abuse.email, the Usenet anti-spam frontline) regular back when Sanford Wallace decided – with great fanfare and all manner of self-aggrandisement – to cease email / usenet spamming. $DEITY knows how many cyberpromo-sourced spam messages IÂ got back in the (pre-DNSBL pre-Bayes pre-anything-but-procmail-filters) day. Those that thought
I’ve historically been loathe to take on social networking sites, knowing from past experience both as a user and administrator the pitfalls and headaches they can be. Plus, some people using them are just plain fucking weird and/or gratuitously offensive because they think they’re anonymous (have I
Cool: Tina Wallmann has won Zoo Weekly’s Beach Girl Comp 2007 [http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=84809760&blogID=248227903] [http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=84809760&blogID=248227903] Congratulations! I’m not normally a Zoo Weekly reader but I’ll