Breaking into a MacBook

This in from c|net news.com > In this video from Black Hat, two security researchers show that they can break into a laptop, an Apple Computer MacBook in this case, by exploiting a vulnerability in Wi-Fi drivers. Video courtesy of David Maynor and Jon “Johnny...

DRM freedom

An article at [Playlist](http://playlistmag.com/news/2006/07/21/yahoodrm/index.php), says Yahoo have become the first mainstream digital music sites to sell a song without DRM (digital rights management) copy protection. This means the song can be burnt to CD as many...

Speak now

or it may be too late. It has to do with a principle called *Net Neutrality*. Currently, the laws demand that ISPs treat bandwidth fairly and equally. Meaning that bandwidth (speed) is the essentially the same for everyone. > The USA congress is pushing a law that...

How to Retain PageRank …

I thought this article was worth re-publishing in its entirety. *How to Retain PageRank while Consolidating Domains* Source: [Dr. Ralph Wilson’s WEB MARKETING TODAY Free Weekly](http://www.wilsonweb.com/art/promote/combining-domains.htm) > “I designed a...

The paperclip guy gets a house!

You may remember back in April, I posted [an article about a guy wanting to trade a red paperclip for a house](https://www.jonathanmao.com/?p=79). His name is Kyle MacDonald. Well, looks like he’s done it! On [his blog](http://oneredpaperclip.blogspot.com/) he...

Short film – Time Travel

I recently saw [Primer](http://imdb.com/title/tt0390384/), a movie where two inventors accidentally make a time machine. Great movie, I’d recommend it. It’s available for rent on DVD. Which brings me to this post 🙂 > Time travel goes awry. Doesn’t it...