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Links 1 through 10 of 49 by Chris Turner tagged geek

"Dear various parents, grandparents, co-workers, and other 'not computer people.' We don't magically know how to do everything in every program. When we help you, we're usually just doing this:"

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I'm guilty of six of the ten. (Maybe seven if you count the pun one, but I'm not that punny that often. I do enjoy puns, though.) Those who know me can probably figure out which six they are.

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A dictionary for Twitter. I've seen most of these, but a couple, like "twitterluia", brought a smile.

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Some nice little tweaks in here I hadn't considered. Good to have as a reference.

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"Bloxes are building blocks made of interlocking pieces of corrugated cardboard, folded together. Their unique shape and structure make them exceptionally strong and lightweight." They're also a little expensive.

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LEGOs, Star Wars, and the steampunk meme combine to give us "Steam Wars". Some impressive LEGOeering going on. The steampunk verison of Jabba's Sail Barge is inspired.

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Gizmodo interview with Will Chapman, founder of BrickArms, the LEGO weapons company.

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"Compatible Toy Weapons & Custom Minifigs". Very cool custom LEGO work.

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"Three 48-page memo books. 3-1/2" x 5-1/2" with rugged three-staple saddle-stitch binding. Perfect 1-pica graphed paper." One of these has ridden in my back pocket for months, and has held up very well, better than the Moleskine Cahier I used to use.

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My only quibble with Schneier's strategy, as it pertains to the Mac, is that PGP's Whole Disk Encryption specs state it only works on the Mac's non-boot drive. Which, if I'm understanding correctly, rules out every Mac.

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