Bloglines of the Life Divine

“I highly recommend it to anyone involved in a small company, non-profit, or activist group.”
The Tyranny of Structurelessness, Logatron, June 25, 2007

“…the Log Cabin Republican’s analysis of California’s gayest cities.”
Orange County’s Gayest Cities, Liberal OC, July 6, 2007

Single Guys Live in LA Single Girls in NYC, Strange Maps, July 6, 2007-07-11

The Terminal Bench, fulminate // Architectures of Control, July 5, 2007

That’s airport terminal. Heathrow will be herding travelers into overpriced cafes with this bench.

“We learned the news in March: Contrary to decades of denials, the U.S. Census Bureau used individual records to round up Japanese-Americans during World War II.

“The Census Bureau normally is prohibited by law from revealing data that could be linked to specific individuals; the law exists to encourage people to answer census questions accurately and without fear. And while the Second War Powers Act of 1942 temporarily suspended that protection in order to locate Japanese-Americans, the Census Bureau had maintained that it only provided general information about neighborhoods.

“New research proves they were lying.”
Risks of Data Reuse, Schneier on Security, June 28, 2007

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