I swear, there’s something very Brownian going on in my head.

I just can’t focus on a damned thing, thanks to all manner of random activity in my brain today. Hopefully I can alleviate this by dumping core here. I am semi-secretly stoked that geekslut has returned to blogging. Wikipedia’s completed its upgrade to v1.5, thank God. Now I can breathe easily and go back to […] […]

Advice to gay kids

… the pre-Pride edition. I’m thinking a lot about this ’cause we’re gearing up for our annual “We’re being ourselves so fuck off if you can’t handle that” celebration; after this weekend, I may have more to say on the topic. Dan Savage solicited advice from his readers a little while back for a 15-year-old […] […]

Random ramblings.

I just need to get these things off my chest. My new candy obsession: Liquorice Altoids. They are not for the faint of heart, and especially not for you poor misguided souls who think that Twizzlers are “licorice”. (um, NO. they are most certainly NOT.) I’ve become fascinated lately with two blogs, The Rude Pundit […] […]

There’s a hole in Mozilla and Firefox! However…

Seems there’s a potential hole in Windows NT/2000/XP renditions of Mozilla (1.7.0 and earlier), Firefox (0.9.1 and earlier), and Thunderbird (0.7.1 and earlier), which could allow an attacker to open other software on the Windows system or even crash it. I know that R* is formulating a lengthy respose to me about how that just […] […]

Don’t make me say it again.

So there’s yet another bit of malware exploiting holes in IIS and IE. The BBC has the most user-friendly yet complete story. Bottom line: Unless you want your computer to suck hard and become a zombie for evil evil spammers, ditch IE. Now. […]