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Gregg Hartling
cortesi - The UDID leak is a privacy catastrophe - http://corte.si/posts...
"Something I've been worrying about for a long time has just happened: Antisec has leaked a database with more than a million UDIDs. " - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Why passwords have never been weaker—and crackers have never been stronger | Ars Technica - http://arstechnica.com/securit...
Really interesting overview of the hardware en algorithm improvements over the last few years that make most implementations of more than 5 years ago insecure. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Finding your Apple Device UDID is interesting information in itself, this little tutorial is just brilliant in how it is set up. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Tent - the decentralized social web - http://tent.io/
Yet another effort to bring truely decentralised social networking. "Tent is a protocol for open, decentralized social networking. Tent users share content with apps and each other. Anyone can run a Tent server, or write an app or alternative server implementation that uses the Tent protocol. Users can take their content and relationships with them when they change or move servers. Tent supports extensible data types so developers can create new kinds of interaction." - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Private Eye | Free Network Monitor for Mac - http://radiosilenceapp.com/private...
"PrivateEye is free network monitor for OSX & lets you see the who your apps talk to" - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Big data is our generation’s civil rights issue, and we don’t know it - O'Reilly Radar - http://radar.oreilly.com/2012...
Eloquent explanation of the big data + privacy conundrum: "The only way to deal with this properly is to somehow link what the data is with how it can be used. I might, for example, say that my musical tastes should be used for song recommendation, but not for banking decisions. Tying data to permissions can be done through encryption, which is slow, riddled with DRM, burdensome, hard to implement, and bad for innovation. Or it can be done through legislation, which has about as much chance of success as regulating spam: it feels great, but it’s damned hard to enforce." - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Terms of Service; Didn't Read - http://tos-dr.info/
Community effort to rate terms of services along different criteria. Results in a rating - humoristic nudge to bond ratings? - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking | Gadget Lab | Wired.com - http://www.wired.com/gadgetl...
How reporter Mat Honan got hacked and his Apple devices wiped by chaining together small security deficiencies of cloud providers. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
WordPress › Facebook « WordPress Plugins - http://wordpress.org/extend...
The official Wordpress plugin by Facebook. See also https://developers.facebook.com/wordpre... - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
How to record quick, easy screencast videos with Mac OSX - The Next Web - http://thenextweb.com/apple...
"Although there are plenty of apps available for recording screencasts, the most recent version of Mac OSX, Snow Leopard, has everything you need to get recording without paying a penny more." Apparently you do not need additional tools to produce simple screencasts on a Mac than the free Quicktime and iMovie. Great! - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
@font-face: The Potential of Web Typography - http://craigmod.com/journal...
Works in Firefox 3.5 and Safari 4.0 - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
@font-face: The Potential of Web Typography - http://craigmod.com/journal...
Works in Firefox 3.5 and Safari 4.0 - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
I purchased and installed Fever and haven't used Google Reader since.
If you still have your feeds at google reader give Feedly a try. It has become my reader of choice, and is a part of what we were searching for.... - Tom Andrus
Looks pretty nice! I'll check it out. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Google App Engine Blog: The new Task Queue API on Google App Engine - http://googleappengine.blogspot.com/2009...
This would have been handy to have a few months ago when I basically built my own. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Summer of 'Infinite Jest': 3 months, 1,079 pages - http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin...
My wife is reading this as well for the summer. Let me know what you think - Tom Andrus
I've read it once before and loved it. This time I'm trying it out on the Kindle, which is a lot lighter to carry around and automatically flips from main text to endnotes. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Omkrets arkitektur: Typografi - http://www.omkrets.se/typogra...
Freeware "Miso" typeface looks very nice. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Carrer Blog: 1 line CSS Grid Framework - http://www.vcarrer.com/2009...
Taking the idea to the nth degree - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Batteries Feel Included: Easy Solutions #1 - http://batteriesfeelincluded.b...
Goes to some pretty bizarre lengths to solve this problem: "So, you're in love with one of your friends, but she has a boyfriend and probably wouldn't have sex with you anyway." - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Topless Robot - 5 Things Comic Book Movies Need to Stop Doing - http://www.toplessrobot.com/2009...
Pretty much right on all counts. - Gregg Hartling
Dave Winer
Maybe they should hire some people there who, like, use the product?
Or maybe they're in a companywide meeting and don't Twitter the details like at the NYT? :-) - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
10 Ideas I Want to Try at the Newspaper Where I Work - Free as in Pizza - http://freepizza.cc/2009...
Here are 10 really good ideas for areas of innovation at newspapers. - Gregg Hartling
Daniel B. Honigman
Now that @leahjones mentions it, I wish I could customize which feeds -- Brightkite, Twitter, FB, SU, Digg, etc. -- I receive from people over FriendFeed.
If you click "Hide" on a person's item in FriendFeed, then click "hide other items like this one", they give you the option to "Hide all __________ entries from ___________", so you can filter out particular feeds from particular people. Is that what you're looking for? - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Building a Django CMS for the Spokesman Review | CoPress - http://www.copress.org/2009...
Spokane newspaper started with Ellington but ended up building their own. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Crazy Cleveland Tourism Video from (Funny or Die) - http://www.funnyordie.com/videos...
Verdict: Funny because it's true. - Gregg Hartling
National Football League (NFL)
'Hard Knocks' set to chronicle training camp with Bengals - http://www.nfl.com/goto...
Couldn't have picked a more likely team. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
Septivium - Ask MetaFilter’s best introductory books - http://www.septivium.com/b...
Meticulously compiled list of intro books for a ton of different fields. - Gregg Hartling
Gregg Hartling
The Quantified Self: Make Your Own Mobile Self Tracker with Google Docs - http://www.kk.org/quantif...
Very handy use of the Form feature within Google Spreadsheets. - Gregg Hartling
Dave Winer
Finally, the NYT has a river of news. One more thing -- this should be on the home page of nytimes.com. http://www.nytimes.com/timeswi...
Dave, might the "Your News" tab on TimesWire be an appropriate way to surface your "TV News of the Future" concept? (The one where users can opt in or out of particular news topics. http://www.scripting.com/stories...) They're already using checkboxes to opt out of sections, but who's to say sections need to be fixed and final? - Gregg Hartling
i've greated a public 'river of news' group on friendfeed: http://friendfeed.com/newsriv... so far all that i've added is the nytimes twitter and their own api (slower as you note, but does allow for an excerpt in the first comment) - Chris Heath
Bronwyn Jones
I prefer aggressive aggression to passive aggression.
I like "active aggression" - Gregg Hartling
Los Angeles Times
Earthquake and swine flu: Double pummel for already distressed Mexico tourism: The longtime drug wars have sign.. http://travel.latimes.com/daily-d...
Oops, no sooner did I say I no longer see it -- LAT, here's an example of a truncated title. - Stephen Mack
Aren't the truncated titles due to the fact these stories are coming in from LAT's Twitter feeds? RSS feeds from www.latimes.com don't have truncated titles. - Gregg Hartling
Probably so, Gregg, but in the process of making their way here they're getting cut off. - Stephen Mack
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