xkcd on password reuse

As one of the millions of people who reuses passwords, I found this xkcd utterly brilliant: I wonder if it would be possible to program a web search that looks for the frequency of use of the words ‘xkcd’ and ‘brilliant’, ‘wonderful’, ‘utterly brilliant’, ‘amazing’ and ‘WTF?’ The results I Read more…

Evidence we’re back in the 80s

This week I woke up back in the 80s. You do not believe me? Take a look at the evidence: A-Team? Check. Russian spies? Check. Tories in power? Check. Argentina v Germany? Check. Fashion? Check. Lakers v Celtic? Check. 1984? Check. Now, where did I put my denim jacket?

Android v iPhone

(via Claudio Ruiz) Loved this geeky comic book picture which, as such funny images are wont to do, encompasses the current Flash interoperability support debate with no words. You have to pay close attention, I missed it at first. Found at NetoRatón.

My TED Talk

(via James Burke) Errr…. no, I have not been invited to speak at TED… yet 😉 Check out this great TED Talk generator. Someone has taken 525 published TED talks and created a random generator with it. Here is my “good” presentation. The platitudes almost make sense: I’ll give you Read more…