Via the GSD blog (a very good blog BTW - I'm amazed how he finds energy and time to write those long posts time and time again):
- Opera 9.6 is approaching - the browser wars are heating up again, which can only be a good thing :-)
- OpenOffice.org 3.0 RC1 - for a long time OO.org was on-par in my opinion with MS Office. Heck, the 2.4 version can even import those idiotic new "open" formats from MS Office 2007.
Via the Lightweight Linux blog: some documentation to learn the ins and outs (or at least get a little more familiar) with the Linux command line. If only I could find some free time to browse through them...
- Abort / Retry / Order pizza
- Ah yes, Google Maps said I would find you here
- Aren't you tired of being a man in the middle?
- Data on this laptop is encrypted, but on that USB stick it's not
- Erny zra rapelcg jvgu ebg13 - this one is a bit more elaborate, it might not be as funny on a sticker / t-shirt.
- Gone Phishing
- Hello, my password is ******
- I am random, you are predictable, their key is broken
- I have a spare hand for a TCP handshake
- I went looking for pr0n and all I got was this lousy rootkit
- I'm listening to Alice and Bob's conversation
- I'm using too strong encryption to enter to the USA
- I'm vulnerable. Patch me
- I've forgotten your password again, could you remind me?
- layer 8 protected
- Lick my battery sucker
- Life's too short for long passwords
- Malware Inside
- My other laptop is secure
- My other PC is your PC
- My wireless cables are secure
- No, I won't remove the viruses from your computer
- Pardon Me. You Dropped Your Malware
- Passwords are just like underwear, I've change mine, have U?
- root@YourPC:~# - this is a little too obvious. The # sign should be enough for everybody to know that it is root :-). I would rewrite it like this: me@YourPC:~#
- The MD5 is D41D8CD98F00B204E9800998ECF8427E - if you don't know this MD5 by heart, just do a md5sum /dev/null. Remember, always use salts!
- Use ROT13 twice for added protection!
- Vista Ready but Linux loaded
- When in doubt; click three times...
- Will break CAPTCHA for food
... maybe I just liked them all :-)...
And one of my all time favorites (although not related to computers):
I either want less corruption, or more chance to participate in it. –Ashleigh Brilliant