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If Search Is Google's Castle, Android Is the Moat

burner Re:OT. Slashdot adoption. (209 comments)

Yep. There goes the neighborhood...

more than 3 years ago

Canonical Begins Tracking Ubuntu Installations

burner Re:Ubuntu already had popularity-content in place (548 comments)


Also, according to the article, it only appears to be relevant to OEM installs, so in a sense, it's about tracking Ubuntu "uninstallations" (from machines that were shipped with Ubuntu pre-installed).

more than 4 years ago

Extinct Ibex Resurrected By Cloning

burner Re:Call Dr Neil (238 comments)

I'm thinking Jurassic Pork. Bring back some extinct hog species and grill 'em up!

more than 5 years ago

Microsoft Applies For Patent On Tufte's Sparklines

burner Re:Why are you surprised? (175 comments)

It's a little too early to fault the USPTO, since Microsoft as only applied for the patent, it hasn't been granted yet.

more than 5 years ago

Nmap Network Scanning

burner Re:Needs no introduction (125 comments)

Since '98 here -- me either.

Though I haven't always visited religiously the entire time. (I admit that I may fit into the "have forgotten" category)

more than 6 years ago


burner hasn't submitted any stories.



Handling Microsoft Office Document Scanning TNEF and TIFFs

burner burner writes  |  more than 7 years ago I just posted a short little doc on how to deal with Microsoft Office Document Scanning TIFF files. It'll be of use to anyone that receives "application/ms-tnef" files that contain invalid TIFF files. I get these from time to time and until recently, I've simply had to remain ignorant of the content.

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