I start teaching again in a few days, so I’ve been trying to get the cobwebs blown out of that section of my brain. In the meantime, I’ve got around 25 open tabs in Firefox…
- Linux-based post-disaster communication infrastructure. We’ve got weather refugees; now if we just get some paper clothing, Bruce Sterling will be batting a 1.000 with Heavy Weather…
- My favorite cilated protozoan, Tetrahymena, has been sequenced – and, unsurprisingly, they turn out to be fairly complex beasties.
- Great post on phish attacks from one of the guys over at Dreamhost.
- We live in one of the richest sections of the country – which makes it really weird talking to people from back home; solidly middle class here is freaking rich there.
- Seen via Elf: Ohio is about to start up a no conviction required sex offender database – basically, a judge could declare you a sex offender, even if you haven’t been convicted of a crime. Avoid Ohio.
- Jobs.metafilter.com – and speaking of which, your resignation/layoff checklist (not that I’m planning on either…)
- For work: Dell OMSA 5.0
- Standardizing your CLI tools on UNIX systems
- For reference to the Catalyst-based RSS reader that I should clean up and release: Catalyst::Model::XML::Feed
- For work: review of ‘bi-directional’ Linux debugger
- When Emacs and The Browser converge – mental note, check out Greasemonkey
- For the sig file at work: programming quotes
- Sacha says: look at OpenBC
And speaking of business networking sites, I got some LinkedIn connection requests and then ended up sending out a whole set of my own connection requests as a result. If you read this site regularly and you’re not already in my network, feel free to send me an invite; here’s my LinkedIn page.