Swimming with the Razorfishes

Friday, January 14, 2005

Nikon Japan has re-released a limited run of 2500 SP Rangefinders with 35mm f/1.8 Nikkors. Cool.

Thursday, January 13, 2005


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"Laius and Jocasta were king and queen of Thebes, a town in Greece. They were fucking around and Laius forgot to strap his shit. One day, they had a baby boy."

Thus begins the sad tale of Oedipus. Brilliant.

It looks as if JPG Magazine's first issue is out. Cool.

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

"I have used the F-Stop and the manual focus."

Things That Make Eric Nervous

Guys at urinals exhibiting overly-elaborate tapping rituals.

Spilling coffee is bad.


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Tuesday, January 11, 2005

"Recent data from our honeynet sensor grid reveals that the average life expectancy to compromise for an unpatched Linux system has increased from 72 hours to 3 months. This means that a unpatched Linux system with commonly used configurations (such as server builds of RedHat 9.0 or Suse 6.2) have an online mean life expectancy of 3 months before being successfully compromised." [PDF Report]

Lifespan of a Windows PC: four minutes.

Get your keynote on.

Monday, January 10, 2005

Apple.com / IT Pro. Cool.


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Sunday, January 09, 2005

Mr. Bush intends to step up his involvement in the issue in coming days. He is meeting with Republican leaders at the White House on Thursday and giving a speech next week.

In addition, he is dispatching his Treasury secretary, John W. Snow, to New York to reassure Wall Street that his approach, which could involve trillions of dollars in new government borrowing, is consistent with efforts to reduce the budget deficit and improve the nation's financial condition. [via The New York Times]

Ha ha. Funny! Or not.


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Don't mess with the Pedowitz Machine.