Archive for October 6th, 2006
I agree whole-heartedly: the new Google Reader is good stuff. It’s almost enough to get me to ditch aKregator (which I dumped Liferea for).
weekly recap of ECW on SciFi
Technology Review: Instant-messaging conversations can easily linger for years, as evidenced in Foley caseMost likely, the pages who corresponded with Foley either manually saved messages or used IM software with built-in logging capabilities, allowing time-stamped chat sessions to be kept indefinitely on one’s computer. The programs vary in whether the featu
It’s always surprising some of the things that can be found on Google with a little digging. Personal email, intimate photos, credit card numbers, you name it, someone has had it indexed by Google. Each new search service that Google rolls out adds new ways to find some of this interesting information. And Google Code Search is no different. In fact, some have already used it to find WordPress usernames and passwords:
Being the curious beings we are, a friend of mine and I immediately started searching for passwords to see just how much Google was indexing. It didn’t turn up much in the way of anything “secret