Yes, it’s the sociology of the dock and I’ve felt the intense curiosity myself. curious. O’Reilly Network: What’s on Your Dock? [Sep. 30, 2003]: “You know how it is. You’re sitting somewhere, next to another Mac user you don’t know (at a conference, in the Apple Store, on the plane, wherever), and you just can’t resist the urge to send a sideways glance at the other person’s Dock.”
HOWTO: write bad documentation that looks good: Cool howto on how to write “an incoherent work of speculative fiction” which is increasingly vital to our society.
The world … more and more like a very scary paranoia movie. Or a third world country of “law.” So sad. SecurityFocus HOME Columnists: The Subpoenas are Coming!: ” Presumably to demonstrate that Lamo in fact hacked into the New York Times. I would certainly hope that the government would be able to prove this through other means — like the IP logs. But if you peruse the affidavit submitted by the FBI to arrest Adrian Lamo, you begin to wonder. The affidavit is rife with references to articles written by Security Focus reporter Kevin Poulsen, and MSNBC.com’s Sullivan, as their principal ‘evidence’ of Lamo’s guilt.”