February, 2004

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    i would like to thank the acadamy...

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    ...for providing me with something more boring then The Super Bowl. Bill Murray got robbed. I predicted 15 out of 24 correctly. I came in second at our little get together. I drank a lot of Chianti .
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    fun with subways

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    When Dino and I were in New York we tried to make words by plotting clever courses through the subway system. Making animals never occured to us. Too bad Seattle does not have a subway system.
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    dear washington music purchaser

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    I got one piece of snail mail today. It was a check for $13.86 from the “CD MAP Antitrust Litigation” entity. I am shocked. I was sure I would never get it. I wonder how long I will have to wait for the Internet to grow enough and litigation...
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    the methodology of making tea

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    The topic came up at our weekly monday morning status meeting. AJS noted my tea was 'frothier' then his. I told him it was because I put the milk in first, then added the hot water. As an uncultured American from the midwest , I did not realize there...
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    ode to m

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    McAllister : Show me the heart unfettered by foolish dreams and I'll show you a happy man. John Keating : But only in their dreams can men be truly free. 'Twas always thus and always thus will be. In other news, AZ and I climbed Tiger Mountain this...
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    KB832894 and missing POST data

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    I got a lot of questions about this after posting about 832894 . Those of you experiancing this problem should read this: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=254EB128-5053-48A7-8526-BD38215C74B2&displaylang=en .
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    tuesday update

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    Well, the Cracker/Camper show last night was really good. I always find it interesting to see who else from works shows up at rock shows. Interestingly enough, there was a large overlap in attendence between this show and G3 . Anyway, we staked out good...
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    two for the price of one

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    I am very excited. Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven are playing at The Crocodile this month.
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    avoiding script injection and other lessons

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    MSDN has had an article entitled Security Considerations: Dynamic HTML for a while. It is a good article, but it simply says what not to do. Everytime I run across it I promise myself I am going to write something more useful someday, something that says...
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    security through identification

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    I am sure this is going to be linked to from all the big news sites today, but I am posting it as well because I feel it is important. Bruce Schneier has written an article on why ID checks create only the illusion of security . I have read Bruce's book...
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    KB832894 is now live at Windows Update

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    I recommend everyone visit Windows Update and install this patch. Here is the security bulletin containing technical information about the patch. I will summarize it for you. This patch fixes a cross domain vulnerability that could allow LMZ script...
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    redirection

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    Some of you have been asking questions about the Manage Add-ons feature in IE for SP2. Jeremy has started blogging and he can talk to these things better then I, since it is his feature area. Tony is another IE blogger of note in this area.
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    super?

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    This is the most boring game I have ever seen.
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