Did Little Bobby Tables migrate to Sweden?
As you may have heard, weve had a very close election here in Sweden. Today the Swedish Election Authority published the hand written votes. While scanning through them I happened to notice
R;13;Hallands län;80;Halmstad;01;Halmstads västra valkrets;0904;Söndrum 4;pwn DROP TABLE VALJ;1
via Did Little Bobby Tables migrate to Sweden?.
Radiohead Fans Create Band DVD Strictly For Fans
On 23rd August 2009 a group of Radiohead fans descended on</p>
the Výstavištĕ Holešovice Exhibition Hall in Prague on a mission –
to capture the band playing using as many different angles as possible.
Bringing together the exceptional talents of many contributors,
here is the result.
They came, filmed, edited the result with band's master soundtrack. Not for sale and strictly for fans.
Here are some results:
What iTunes 10 reminds me of
GNOME: The Free Software Desktop Project. Ahhhh... the good old days. But why these icons?
Geni.com in Ukrainian
Congratulations to Geni for releasing localisations for 20 languages.
"Insensitivity" Near Ground Zero
One by one, the arguments against the proposed Islamic community center and mosque near Ground Zero have collapsed. A "13-story mosque"? No such plan. "At Ground Zero"? Wrong again. The imam's radical politics? A myth. His shadowy jihadist financiers? Imagined. His failure to denounce terrorism? Debunked. The "angry battle" he's "stoking"? Please. The guy isn't even returning phone calls. The anger and stoking have come from the other side.</p>
So the mosque's opponents have fallen back on one last argument: sensitivity.
via Is a mosque near Ground Zero "insensitive"? - By William Saletan - Slate Magazine.
'Lost' Sells Off Their Set
Dharma Volkswagen van: $47,500
Daniel Faraday's journal with Jughead notes and reminder about Desmond Hume being his Constant: $27,500
The Frozen Donkey Wheel: $25,000
Hurley's Camaro: $24,000
A copy of the pilot script, signed by J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof: $15,000
The fail-safe key turned by Desmond Hume: $11,000
The controversial squirrel baby could have been yours' for a mere $2,750. (Profiles in History)
Jack's bloody outfit from the final scene: $10,000
Large piece of the fuselage: $9,000
Charlie Pace's Drive Shaft ring: $9,000
John Locke's suicide letter to Jack: $9,000
Kate's toy airplane: $6,500
Benjamin Linus's fake money and passports: $5,000
Hurley's notebook with his rewrite of the "Empire Strikes Back": $4,250
Sawyer's copy of "Watership Down": $3,300
Claire's Squirrel Baby: $2,750 (perhaps it didn't go for more due to the Squirrel Baby controversy?)
Rousseau's music box: $1,800
The fact that you now can't afford your monthly mortgage payments because you spent so much money on "Lost" auction stuff?: Priceless.
Radio Krayany Facebook Page
Didn't know getting 25 people to follow your radio thing was such a hassle. Finally got a name reserved: http://www.facebook.com/radio.krayany. Nice little hobby station is growing like puyopuyo.
Yanukovych Preps Azarov for Ukrainian (Off-Air Leak)
No need to pretend to be Ukrainian if you can't speak it.
President Yanukovych [informal Russian]: Well, I’ll be addressing you...in the Ukrainian language. [switches to formal Ukrainian] Mykola Yanukovych [name, patronymic], I would like to hear you out...on the current situation — on issues of relevance.
Interview with Julian Assange of Wikileaks
"The rest of the world's media is doing such a bad job that a little group of activists is able to release more of that type of information [classified documents] than the rest of the world press combined." - Julian Assange
via Don't Panic