Category Archives: wisdom_of_groups
I used to love The Register. It stood up for digital rights, stuck the knife into governmental IT projects, shone the light on ID cards and gave due attention to the largely pointless and wasteful intrusions of technology in the … Continue reading
Via Rachel North, I present the return of the most annoying people ever to grace drinks advertising, the Wassup crowd. Don’t click away: it’s worth watching as far as one of them trying to hang himself: I envisage a followup … Continue reading
Please I need your assistance very ungent Dear…Smallbeds , Between You and ******* ***” Uh-oh. They got through. What now, bitch?
Microsoft demonstrably do not understand the web in 2008. Nor do they appreciate that most decent programmers want at least to have access to a command line and an intuitive, syntactically rich, verbal way of coding; they find bizarre, flashy … Continue reading
hatmandu is a bit more scathing of last night’s open-mic event than I would wish to be. Certainly the attendance was rather low, although only half of it consisted of people we directly knew, so there were some newcomers. And … Continue reading
Anyone coming to the open mic tomorrow, feel free to express your love on Upcoming Not essential or binding. Anyone who wants to do a stint at the open mic tomorrow: come along! Anyone who wants me to do a … Continue reading