Growing up, I remember coming into the kitchen most mornings to see my father at the table, eating breakfast while reading the newspaper and listening to the radio. That image is indelibly burnt into my memory, and is in all likelihood the reason why there is, to me, a sense of safety to talk radio programming.
Month: August 2015
For the last Saturday of August, BTS is being revived. Going forward, I will post the brain teaser on the last Saturday of a month, and the solution on the Saturday following it.
In July, a massive data breach was announced, wherein all of Hacking Teams “…e-mails, files, and source code…” were published online. The data dump contained some 400 GB of (what is alleged to be) internal e-mails, invoices, and source code, also TK
Much has been said about honesty and morality, and claims have been made to the effect that there are two types of people out there, those who are moral, and those who are immoral, and that most people are honest, and would not e.g. commit fraud.
On a surprisingly regular basis, I get requests from users who want to send Powerpoint-presentations via email, but are stopped because the presentations are too big. 30 MB isn’t uncommon, and just the other day, I had someone with a presentation of a whopping 75 MB.
There is something particular about writing with a particularly good pen. For my Bar Mitzwa, I received – among a number of other items – an Elysée Globetrotter gountain pen which, for years after was my go-to pen for writing exams. There was something about the balance, which let me write for longer, with less effort, and less pain.