Wandering Thoughts archives

2006-01-31: Getting console messages in X
2006-01-30: An impending Debian derailment
2006-01-29: Weekly spam summary on January 28th, 2006
2006-01-28: A bad product name
2006-01-27: Pointer: The Unix-Haters Handbook
2006-01-26: A Unix annoyance
2006-01-25: Site navigation stuff goes on the right side
2006-01-24: A digression on spelling
2006-01-23: Why case independent filenames are a bad idea
2006-01-22: Weekly spam summary on January 21st, 2005
2006-01-21: Please have stable ids for your feed entries
2006-01-20: The limits of web spider tolerance
2006-01-19: A Python length gotcha
2006-01-18: A portability gotcha with accept()
2006-01-17: The economics of CPU performance
2006-01-16: Some words of wisdom for all ISPs
The danger of specific errno values
2006-01-15: How not to set up your DNS (part 8)
Weekly spam summary on January 14th, 2006
2006-01-14: Writing HTML considered harmful
2006-01-13: An unconventional reason for large RAID stripe sizes
2006-01-12: How not to set up your DNS (part 7)
On not logging things
2006-01-11: Recording attribute access and method calls
2006-01-10: The peculiar effects of grant funding at universities
2006-01-09: How Linux names network interfaces
2006-01-08: Weekly spam summary on January 7th, 2006
Towards assessing SORBS' false positive rate
2006-01-07: Some notes on Solaris 9's Sunscreen IP filtering package
2006-01-06: The old nameserver glue record hell
2006-01-05: Is concurrency 'hard'?
2006-01-04: Python synergies in list addressing
2006-01-03: In practice, there are multiple namespaces for URLs
2006-01-02: Universities are peculiar places
2006-01-01: Weekly spam summary on December 31st, 2005

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