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If you happen to host your own blog on a domain of your own with a hosting company, you might have access to your raw HTTP log files just like me. Since those raw logs are first of all quite interesting to have some statistics tool run on, and secondly are taking up precious disc […]

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free brainfood (as in books)

It’s time to feed the brain once again with a selection of free literature, downloadable in PDF format off the infamous internet. Yes indeed, and I think there’s some for everyones taste for once, and not only the geeks amoung us. Talking geeks, lets kick off with seeing to their needs. How about some security […]

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DRM still sucks

DRM sucks. I said it before, but the recent Sony malware episode really makes clear DRM is just plain evil in it’s current state. I mean sure, I guess people are allowed to protect their content right.(I’m not going into the fact that I want to play the music I bought anywhere I feel like […]

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amen brother

Remember that cool amen narrative sample in that Fucknose set I talked about here? Of course you don’t, but that doesn’t matter, I just came across the whole thing, a history of the Winstons “Amen Brother” break. Can I Get An Amen? is an audio installation that unfolds a critical perspective of perhaps the most […]

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free book and remixing bizzbizz

Found a few things on BoingBoing again, which is not so uncommon really. A neato article on remix culture at Wired by the one like William Gibson. I like his train of thought, probably because I feel the same way about it. “Who owns the words?” asked a disembodied but very persistent voice throughout much […]