Link: Internet filters force 90-year-old magazine to change name, block useful information
90-year-old Canadian history magazine The Beaver is changing its name. Why? In brief, Internet filters. In being named for the dam-building creature that is Canada’s national emblem, it is also named for a prominent slang word for female genitalia. This means that anyone behind a web filter, such as those commonly used at schools and libraries, may be unable to read it.
» via TeleRead
This is just sad, the Beaver is a proud and noble animal….
Link: Take Better Interior Photos by Kneeling [Photography Tip]
This is like saying: ZOOM in better by getting CLOSER.
Proof once again that some like hacking is just plain common sense and that LifeHacker editors should take a day off once in a while.
Link: Ben’s Tumblr Theme TextMate Bundle is up!
It can also be used with E Text Editor on Windows.
Yet another very good reason why I’m slowly moving my entire development environment to the Mac
Link: OscarBlog 2010: The Pause Of Inference
Thanks to the Amazing Andy Inahtko I was saved the pain of actually watching the Oscar and got to see the Habs awesome third period comeback and eventual shoot out win over the Ducks.
Link: This list was posted in English and in French on Team Canada’s dressing room wall.
- LEAVE NO DOUBT
- That this is our game.
- That this is our time.
- That 14 days in February will be 2 weeks for the ages.
- That every day counts.
- That every meeting matters.
- That every practice makes a difference.
- That each one of us will rise to every occasion.
- That this isn’t about us, it’s…