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2015 Aug 2, 10:14
Just gave the CSP Rule Collector Fiddler extension from @David_Risney a run. This is excellent, highly recommended! https://twitter.com/ericlaw/status/627572451015168000 …

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2015 Jul 13, 10:43
Blogged: How I got XSS’d by my ad network http://ift.tt/1HsCP4K 

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2015 Apr 2, 2:18
combined all the podcast promo codes I've ever heard and now Squarespace owes me $30,000

A true American Patriot recites Bill Pullman’s Independence Day speech around New York City  | Great Job, Internet! | The A.V. Club

2011 Jul 6, 7:28"Over this past Fourth Of July weekend, we neglected to note that it was the 15th anniversary of Roland Emmerich’s 1996 blockbuster Independence Day. New York comedian Sean Kleier remembered, and decided to make his own tribute, going to various locations around New York City—Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, the subway, and inside a Victoria’s Secret—reciting Bill Pullman’s rousing speech before the movie's final battle sequence, megaphone and all."
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When Should I Visit? - Made by Dan W

2011 Feb 4, 10:14Using FourSquare data to figure out the best time to go places to avoid FourSquare users.PermalinkCommentsfoursquare data time museum humor technical internet

Ribbon Hero is the future [dive into mark]

2010 Mar 4, 1:00Its a game-ification link roundup on Dive Into Mark.PermalinkCommentsgame achievement office unit-test foursquare humor

KrazyDad » Blog Archive » Mayor of the North Pole

2010 Feb 22, 4:16On cheating at Four Square. Man becomes mayor of North Pole among other things.PermalinkCommentshack game security humor article geo gps cheat social api technical

Latest ‘Square’ Details Include Free Dongles, Craigslist, Alyssa Milano | Epicenter | Wired.com

2009 Dec 7, 3:25Cool, I've been waiting for this: "Twitter creator Jack Dorsey’s Square application, which is like a smartphone PayPal for credit cards, attracted lots of warranted attention for its potential to enable peer-to-peer and merchant credit card transactions in the real world far beyond what’s capable today in most countries." Oh, never mind... "As a customer, all you need to buy from a Square merchant is a credit, debit or pre-paid card"PermalinkCommentscredit-card money via:louis cellphone square

YouTube - Mathnet - Case of the Willing Parrot (Recap & Finale) Pt.1

2009 Jan 7, 6:18Mathnet, yes! Square One was great!PermalinkCommentsvia:swannman math mathnet tv video youtube parrot pbs

Marienplatz Square seen from Toy Museum

2008 Dec 14, 10:32

sequelguy posted a photo:

Marienplatz Square seen from Toy Museum

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Neil Fraser: News: Wooden Brain

2008 Sep 8, 6:51Neil prints out brain cross sections from an MRI and pastes them onto a set of wooden cubes forming a model of his brain. "Last month I took a left-right MRI scan, reconstructed it, and rerendered top-bottom and front-back scans... Another method to visualize a complex 3D object is to build a model. The dimensions of the MRI data cuboid are almost exactly 3x4x5. Accordingly, I obtained 60 one-inch cubes ... arranged them appropriately, varnished the 94 outside faces, printed nine carefully selected cross-sections and their mirror images, sliced the prints into 266 squares and glued them to the correct internal faces."PermalinkCommentsart design brain toy model wood

Art in Market Square

2008 Jun 24, 9:51

sequelguy posted a photo:

Art in Market Square

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IPv6 Roundup: Address Syntax on Windows

2008 Jan 9, 11:34

IPv6 address syntax consists of 8 groupings of colon delimited 16-bit hex values making up the 128-bit address. An optional double colon can replace any consecutive sequence of 0 valued hex values. For example the following is a valid IPv6 address: fe80::2c02:db79

Some IPv6 addresses aren't global and in those cases need a scope ID to describe their context. These get a '%' followed by the scope ID. For example the previous example with a scope ID of '8' would be: fe80::2c02:db79%8

IPv6 addresses in URIs may appear in the host section of a URI as long as they're enclosed by square brackets. For example: http://[fe80::2c02:db79]/. The RFC explicitly notes that there isn't a way to add a scope ID to the IPv6 address in a URI. However a draft document describes adding scope IDs to IPv6 addresses in URIs. The draft document uses the IPvFuture production from the URI RFC with a 'v1' to add a new hostname syntax and a '+' instead of a '%' for delimiting the scope id. For example: http://[v1.fe80::2c02:db79+8]/. However, this is still a draft document, not a final standard, and I don't know of any system that works this way.

In Windows XPSP2 the IPv6 stack is available but disabled by default. To enable the IPv6 stack, at a command prompt run 'netsh interface ipv6 install'. In Vista IPv6 is the on by default and cannot be turned off, while the IPv4 stack is optional and may be turned off by a command similar to the previous.

Once you have IPv6 on in your OS you can turn on IPv6 for IIS6 or just use IIS7. The address ::1 refers to the local machine.

In some places in Windows like UNC paths, IPv6 addresses aren't allowed. In those cases you can use a Vista DNS IPv6 hack that lives in the OS name resolution stack that transforms particularly crafted names into IPv6 addresses. Take your IPv6 address, replace the ':'s with '-'s and the '%' with an 's' and then append '.ipv6-literal.net' to the end. For example: fe80--2c02-db79s8.ipv6-literal.net. That name will resolve to the same example I've been using in Vista. This transformation occurs inside the system's local name resolution stack so no DNS servers are involved, although Microsoft does own the ipv6-literal.net domain name.

MSDN describes IPv6 addresses in URIs in Windows and I've described IPv6 addresses in URIs in IE7. File URIs in IE7 don't support IPv6 addresses. If you want to put a scope ID in a URI in IE7 you use a '%25' to delimit the scope ID and due to a bug you must have at least two digits in your scope ID. So, to take the previous example: http://[fe80::2c02:db79%2508]/. Note that its 08 rather than just 8.

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FRONTLINE: the tank man | PBS

2006 Apr 17, 11:24Documentary on the effect of the Tiananmen Square protest on ChinaPermalinkCommentsdocumentary history politics tv video pbs the-tank-man tank-man tiananmen tiananmen-square china culture protest
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