Multiple Monitors on Natty Narwhal

Have you been infuriated by Natty Narwhal's poor/broken support for multiple monitors (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6)? Do you believe that your CPU or GPU cycles should be used to actually do stuff, instead of making a window wobble and speeding the approach of thermodynamic equilibrium? Do you hate Unity anyway?  Did you buy dual GTS

By |2011-05-10T11:50:02-04:00May 10th, 2011|Technology|4 Comments

Slides from my talk at the University of Houston, Law and Computation Workshop – Law ? Computation

I've uploaded the slides for my talk today at the University of Houston Computational Law Conference. The purpose of the talk, in my own words, is: ... [to] present the set of frames through which I view the relationship between law and computation: "law as computation," "computation on law," and "law and computation." By distinguishing

By |2011-04-22T10:30:36-04:00April 22nd, 2011|Law, Programming, Research, Technology|0 Comments

#anon member outs himself through Facebook App ID

Oops.  Looks like the #anon member in charge of developing the BoA leak site may have outed himself through the Facebook App ID.   Pull up the source from and you'll find this: <script>   window.fbAsyncInit = function() {     FB.init({appId: '174193262621648', status: true, cookie: true,              xfbml: true});   };   (function()

By |2011-03-13T23:22:31-04:00March 13th, 2011|Research, Technology|4 Comments

Most Contacted HBGary Emails and Domains

 You may have heard about the recently leaked presentation on combating Wikileaks that was produced by employees of HBGary Federal, Palantir Tech, and Berico Tech.  You may have also heard that Anonymous retaliated against HB Gary Federal for threatening to release their identities.  I thought it would be interesting to run some analysis of the email networks

By |2011-02-19T09:45:29-05:00February 19th, 2011|Programming, Technology|0 Comments

Dataset: 5 Days of #25bahman

What do 88,831 tweets about protest and revolution in Iran look like?  Following in the success of Egypt's #jan25 tag, protesters have piled onto the #25bahman tag to discuss Iran's own prospects for "revolution" (25 Bahman 1389 is the Hijri date for February 14, 2011).  Curious to analyze and compare these movements, I've started collecting

By |2011-02-15T14:14:17-05:00February 15th, 2011|Society, Technology|10 Comments

DNS-Based Internet Censorship and IPv6

 I've been watching the #feb12 tweets on the movements in Algeria and Yemen.  One of the most common types of tweets explains how to avoid the current censorship of Twitter, Facebook, and Google by directly entering IPs.  This got me thinking - while it may be fairly easy to memorize and disseminate IPv4 addresses, what

By |2011-02-14T14:08:27-05:00February 14th, 2011|Society, Technology|0 Comments

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