Monthly Archives: December 2008

Label The World

Label The World via zefrank I’ve been working on a simple project where I label things with sticky notes. I wanted something that anyone could participate in (as long as they have sticky notes and a pen), and would get … Continue reading

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Psst! Want to buy a submarine?

“It’s not every day you can bid for a 2,000 tonne submarine online, but that’s what it’s come down to. The HMAS Otama, the last Oberon submarine built for the Australian Navy has been sitting, rusting in Western Port Bay … Continue reading

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Ho ho ho! beards, hats and snow on Fickr

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Looking for a font to reduce your toner usage? Give Ecofont a trial. Appealing ideas are often simple: how much of a letter can be removed while maintaining readability? After extensive testing with all kinds of shapes, the best results … Continue reading

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Mozilla released Firefox on Dec 16, 2008 Note: This is the last planned release of Firefox 2. All users are encouraged to upgrade to Firefox 3. Firefox does not include Phishing Protection. [2] This is the end of … Continue reading

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FireFox 3.0.5

Mozilla released Firefox 3.0.5 on Dec 16, 2008 Firefox 3.0.5 fixes several issues found in Firefox 3.0.4. Fixed in Firefox 3.0.5 [1] MFSA 2008-69 XSS vulnerabilities in SessionStore MFSA 2008-68 XSS and JavaScript privilege escalation MFSA 2008-67 Escaped null characters … Continue reading

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2008-12-17 SAN issue

A disk takes out the SAN, you better believe it. The tale of misfortune begins when Disk 3/1 fails hogging the bus on the Titan 7240 RAID controller. This hogging of the bus knocks over Controller A with a critical … Continue reading

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