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  1. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    ♻ Jeff Jarmoc @jjarmoc: In a relatively short time we've taken a system built to resist destruction by nuclear weapons and made it vulnerable to toasters. ¶ via @HackerFantastic on # !security

    about 11 days ago from
  2. Matthew Davidson mjd

    #'s liking for market stall fragrant oils continues to baffle me. I think I know what this one is, but I can't find the little bottle labeled "Trench Foot".

    about 10 days ago from web in context
  3. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    "Prove you're not a robot: 1) Injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. 2) Disobey orders given by a human being. 3) Jeopardize your own existence." #

    about 13 days ago from in context
  4. Matthew Davidson mjd

    It pains me to admit that air travel is very efficient. On a train, it can take hours and hours before you're a sobbing wreck crying "Please, just make it stop!" On a plane you can get there in minutes. Sometimes before you've boarded.

    about 17 days ago from web
  5. Matthew Davidson mjd

    It's a follow-up to my earlier work "Assonant Non Sequiturs: Discussed Excursions, Excess Discursions, Ruddy Nasturtiums."

    about 21 days ago from web in context
  6. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    "Cybersecurity Expert" is on a par with "Information Superhighway Consultant".

    about 21 days ago from in context
  7. Matthew Davidson mjd

    "There was an Irish athlete who went to the doctor. She said 'I'm really worried that I'm growing a penis 'cos of the steroids.' And the doctor said 'Anabolic?' She said 'No, just a penis.'" # Jeremy Hardy

    about 18 days ago from web
  8. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @strypey The village feast as a means of converting a domestic surplus into social alliances via indebtedness:

    about 22 days ago from web
  9. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @tregeagle Here's # debt to GDP ratio. Data from BIS, graph from # (yay!). The camel humps are "the recession we had to have" and the # We've been getting deeper into hock on the imaginary value of our houses since the 80s. Tick… tick…

    about a month ago from web in context
  10. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman writes: "But I know that I’m going to stay active in the Fediverse — it’s a lifeline to the wonderfully weird diversity of the web." OK !Fediverse, #!

    about a month ago from
  11. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @tregeagle I reckon # has been bought out by #, given Rupert's keen eye for up-and-coming properties like # I wonder what he'll give for #

    about a month ago from web in context
  12. ghostdancer ghostdancer

    @maloki @cdevroe  “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” Douglas Adams !q 

    about a month ago from
  13. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    Finally we can implement "The hurrier you go, the behinder you get"

    about a month ago from
  14. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Never try to play "worst job I ever had" against Sean Spicer. You can measure his hair loss in hourly increments. I hear he drinks only Mylanta and brandy.

    about 2 months ago from web
  15. clacke clacke

    Anime is real. Here is Princess Mononoke.

    about 2 months ago from
  16. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @tregeagle #: arrive with a spouse, end up with a cellmate.

    about 2 months ago from web in context
  17. Matthew Davidson mjd

    The Birmingham Six, Guildford Four, the #, and censorship.

    about 3 months ago from web in context
  18. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    The year is 50 B.C. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well not entirely! One small village of indomitable Gauls still holds out against the invaders. And then the murders begin.

    about 3 months ago from in context
  19. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @tregeagle "Medical Devices Are the Next Security Nightmare" (via #)

    about 3 months ago from web in context
  20. Matthew Davidson mjd

    # drinking-related violence falls: "People now know to behave when they're going out." I no longer recognise this town. All the old traditions are dying out.

    about 3 months ago from web in context