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Monthly Archive September, 2006

even a broken clock is right once a day

September 29, 2006

Ayn Rand: “The evil of the world is made possible by nothing but the sanction you give it.”

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September 28, 2006

We are not innocent.’ in our headlong rush to hand George W. Bush the keys to the Great American Torture Machine we do damage to our enemies, we do damage to the innocent, and just as importantly we do damage to ourselves. We will have inscribed upon ourselves the following: ‘ (tags: war values Iraq) […]

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resetting a forgotten WRT54G web admin password

For some reason, I haven’t been able to access wireless router consistently. My password seems not to be right. But how to create/change it if you can’t log in? This assumes a WRT54G with the dd-wrt firmware. Assuming you’re on some system that supports openssl (I did this on FreeBSD), you can just make a […]

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the right to be boring?

September 26, 2006

The Online Photographer: A Brief Policy Note: Many forums tolerate what are called “thread Nazis” (this is what they’re called—it’s not my term), whose self-appointed task is to keep all the discussions strictly on topic, never suffering anyone to stray. Apparently, this refers to a comment I left, wondering if a rundown of upcoming TV […]

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