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My OSX Survival Guide

So, as promised this is a summary of the things that let me get through 30 days of OSX relatively unscathed emotionally. First of all, I live in the terminal and the default terminal sucks. iTerm2 is a damn fine … Continue reading

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30 Days of OSX

I purchased a MacBook a few months ago. My decision to run with Apple hardware was based on a few factors * I /really/ like Apple keyboards. If there’s one thing they know how to do it’s build a rad … Continue reading

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Writing IRC bots using ii

I recently read about ii, a file-system based IRC client, over at IRC-Junkie which really sparked my interest.  ii provides a clean interface of FIFOs organized under a directory structure for users to communicate with an IRC network.  After playing … Continue reading

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Review of Surviving Cyberwar by Richard Stiennon

If you’re looking for depictions of “cyber-Katrina” or “cyber-9/11″, this book isn’t for you. Richard Stiennon’s[1] new book “Surviving Cyberwar”[2] points out as early as in the introduction that it’s not trying to scare people with scenarios of “cybergeddon,” but … Continue reading

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