“Previously, airlines worried about dissatisfied customers,” said a Wharton professor, Serguei Netessine. “Now I don’t think they worry about it because the customer service at all airlines is so horrible.”
Open-source project to allow the creation of massive massively-parallelized systems. I’m so glad my CompSci course taught me about parallel programming in 1997, because it’s only going to become more important.
Attackers could theoretically use DNS rebinding to use your computer to connect to anywhere — Even internal sites. I’m skeptical that this is a “big” problem — the hurdles that an attacker would have to leap are numerous — but it’s an interesting approach.
My wife, in an email to a total stranger: “Rod and I have been married for three and a half years. He has not done a single load of laundry in that time. […] His hairline has receded, his waistline has expanded, he has stopped wearing his contacts, and his beard is more scruff than anything else.”
True love, non?
This is an archive of groovmother.com, the old blog run by Rod Begbie — A Scottish geek who lives in San Francisco, CA.