Monthly Archives: September 2006

Who wants to rig an election?

As you may have already seen, some smart folks at Princeton’s Center for IT Policy recently discovered something that I think we all suspected was possible: Diebold voting machines are ridiculously insecure. Here is a telling video that proves the point nicely: I encourage you to contact Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox and let […]

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REI Live Help is amazing

I needed to retrieve my member number and update my info with REI, and I noticed this convenient link to their Live Help feature on the Member Help page. I’ve always been a little skeptical of these things, but I figured I’d give it a shot. Here is a transcript of the end of our […]

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Arizona: Some Arresting Talent

I’ll admit it: I’ve been keeping this to myself for too long. One of my favorite bands of late, which you may remember from a certain birthday party back in March that got far too much interest from the Atlanta Police, is finally getting some of the critical respect that they’ve definitely earned. Arizona (MySpace) […]

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