Testing the program I wrote at work indicates that it is making a valid secure (https) connection, receiving cookies and everything else that it’s supposed to do. However, there is no data in the XML document it is supposed to receive. This could mean there is no data to send, which is probably the case. I will check that out today.
I may stop gathering in silly signs when I hit 1000. That would be a good place to start recycling them. Today’s sign is number 768, so we have a ways to go yet before I make that decision. I have signs saved up into the 800’s and gather more on a weekly basis, but that is time that could be spent on other stuff that needs to be done around here. Same old complaint, same old solution.
Silly sign of the day:
Free/Open Source Software
- Foresight Linux: Two out of three’s not bad
- A Wiki for the Planet: Clay Shirky on Open Source Environmentalism
- Twitter Clients For Ubuntu 8.04 Desktop
- Help your favorite “public interest” free software project win $10,000
- Linux to gain anti-virus software – What “Security Challenges”? Sounds like a marketing ploy to me.
- phpMinAdmin is a powerful minimalist MySQL editor
- Has The Recording Industry Given Up On DRM For Streaming Music?
- Game publishers bring RIAA-style anti-P2P tactics to UK
- MPAA Waffling on Piracy Costs; RIAA Says Illicit CDs Worth $13.74 Each
- Verizon: we need freedom to delay P2P traffic when necessary
- FCC Order scolds Comcast for changing story on P2P blocking
Stupid Patent Tricks, Copyright and Other IP Nonsense
- Hillcrest Labs: Nintendoâ€™s Wii Infringing Our Patents
- Whacking A Straw Mole… And Missing Badly
- Intellectual Property and Open Source
- Judge: Copyright Owners Must Consider ‘Fair Use’ Before Sending Takedown Notice
Liberty and Security/Our Rights
- Ruling says federal courts can hear no-fly lawsuits
- DHS paternity goof haunts Tulsa man
- Innocent Customers Potentially Dragged Into Legal Battle Over Satellite TV
- Microsoft’s IE 8 puts giant web hole on notice
- Malicious Flash ads attack, spread via clipboard
- Boston Court’s Meddling With ‘Full Disclosure’ Is Unwelcome
Other News/Public Stupidity