I’ve heard of SQL injection attacks, but I have never seen it. All the anti-virus hoohaa in the world won’t stop it. It’s a coding vulnerabilty.
Hosting my blog at wordpress gives me the ability to post from my iPhone. If this works, expect more random reports from my observations of life in Santa Cruz.
xkcd wrote my favorite joke. I’m not sure why–you know how it works–but yesterday I remembered that I haven’t read this comic in a few years, so I thought I’d catch up: On troubleshooting. On metric conversion. On the kind of books one reads on airplanes. On how geeks wish they could fix social problems. On how sexism works.
Today at 3:31, unix time will be 1234567890.
I get a kick out of unix time. I love how it is so absolute and self-contained. Counting, counting, counting forever, never
cycling, giving an impression that time is linear, when we humans usually mark it, and even experience it, as helical, if not cyclical. There are no anniversaries in unix time.
More than you want to know about unix time is in the wikipedia, of course.