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Earlier this evening, I got an email from Google saying that they’d added a new administrator to one of the domains I have. Except I didn’t make anyone an administrator. It seems that someone had used some of the security […]Read the post at Packy's Place.
My next project in the “whittling wood”? Figuring out why XML::RSS::LibXML parses these tags without any problem: and produces this internal data structure: But then doesn’t have these tags anywhere in the re-rendered XML when it spits it back out […]Read the post at Packy's Place.
One of the problems I have when I’m puppeteering Rudy Monster is that I’m stuck underneath his huge furry body and it’s really difficult to see the monitors that Kay and Jen are using to watch their own performances. So I started thinking about how to give myself a small, portable monitor that I could use while I was under Rudy.
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In Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, the clacks are a series of semaphore towers loosely based on the concept of the telegraph. Invented by an artificer named Robert Dearheart, the towers could send messages “at the speed of light” using standardized […]Read the post at Packy's Place.
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