Sharon picked up some cheap styrofoam heads from a store that had previously used them to display wigs for use in a decoration project of hers for this Halloween. I got her to pick up a couple more for me to use. After some discussion and ideas Aaron and I decided that it would be creepy […]
One of the foods I miss most from Australia is Turkish bread or pide. In Australia it’s common to have as a sandwich bread or for dips, in Berlin it holds the amazing doner kebabs. In the US, or at least in the Bay Area it’s completely unknown and sadly unavailable. When I visited Australia […]
AWS went down again last Friday. I wouldn’t normally care, I only run non-critical toy projects out of their infrastructure, but I know that it disrupted a friend’s wedding and that’s just not cool. Amazon’s public statement about the event is fairly detailed and fairly believable. In one of their northern Virginia datacenters “each generator […]
This year at Google I/O I got a Nexus 7, the new tablet from Google and Asus. First of all Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is great – it has a ton of incremental improvements over the already excellent ICS, plus Google Now, which promises to be a really useful daily tool. Last year I got […]
For a while I’ve been interested in Linux Containers (LXC), new way of providing Linux virtual machines on Linux hosts. Unlike machine virtualization systems like Xen, VMWare, KVM and VirtualBox, LXC is an OS-level virtualization system. Instead of booting a complete disk image Linux Containers share the same kernel as the host and typically use […]
I love gadgets and metrics and pretty graphs. I’ve been using Endomondo to track my cycling, primarily my commute. I know it’s about 6.5km an I ride it in between 22 and 26 minutes. I can even share or embed my workout here. I love that shit. When I get to work in 21 minutes […]
(06:08:53 PM) email@example.com: What’s your greatest fear? (06:09:24 PM) bradass87: dying without ever truly living via Manning-Lamo Chat Logs Revealed | Threat Level | Wired.com. Everyone should read (apparently) this full chat log. In it Manning, a 22 year old depressed man, questioning his gender reached out to Lamo for someone to talk to. While […]
In the future, Gizmodo will have their own war correspondents Oh wait. We’re already in the future.
The Current State of OAuth 2 View more presentations from Aaron Parecki A pretty good summary of the current state (as of June 2011) of OAuth 2. I wish I’d been able to see the talk or find a video online.