There is nothing, absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.
Archive for January, 2004
When I first got Paul Kamm and Eleanore MacDonald‘s Fool’s Paradise CD, I couldn’t listen to it all the way through in one sitting. It’s so powerful, so beautiful, that it was just too much to take all at once. (How do music reviewers do this? I know how to grab someone, shove headphones on […]
Whether or not Simon thinks it’s boring, I’m still interested in blogging about comment spam. Sue me.
Report bugs quickly, and gently. Escalate your reports in a measured way. If you can’t live with the bug, quietly move to something else. Well, unless it’s Microsoft’s fault, that is.
You know the sender is spoofed. That’s your job, as an anti-virus program, to know how the virus or worm you blocked works. So why do you have to email the spoofed person, telling them all about it?
Turning a link to some fixes and instructions for Movable Type comments into a pro-open-source rant, in five easy paragraphs.
Self-promotion by comments? I say, go right ahead. Just make sure there’s a real, relevant, useful comment to go with the self-promotion, to keep it from backfiring.
Nothing like asking your victim how to victimize him.
My weblog is a party.
In which I suggest banning by IP, and then try to make you think twice about it.