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Friday, August 30, 2002

Electronic Music: Tracking In Linux
SoundTracker Tutorials 1, 2 and Mailing List Archive
FastTracker Tutorial
United Trackers' Tracker's Handbook
Sound & MIDI Software For Linux
Open Audio Projects
QuickTools Tutorials
Tracking Tips Mish-Mash
Zen of Tracking
10:55 AM

"Salah al-Hajeen was one of at least six people blown up by a shell packed with some 3,000 inch-long arrows fired by an Israeli tank into a fruit-pickers' encampment in the orchards of Gaza. The darts are known technically as "flechettes"; the Palestinians simply call them nails. The shell killed four members of his family..."
8:59 AM

Thursday, August 29, 2002

Alternative Political Systems
11:51 AM

Info Anarchy: Which future do you want to live in?
11:43 AM

Take this test and see where your Political Compass points to.
Put your score in the comments... if you dare!
11:01 AM

"Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction." - Blaise Pascal
10:41 AM

Wednesday, August 28, 2002

My Cat Hates You
2:27 PM

"We asked the oficer closest to us how we should exit the intersection. He pointed and said to exit to the NE, into the spraying police opposite him. as the crowd pressed toward us I yelled to him to let us through (south on 2nd) because we had three small children.

He looked at me, and drew out his can from his hip and sprayed directly at me. I was at an angle to him and the spray hit my right eye and our three year-old who I was holding in my right arm. In the same motion he turned the can on my wife who was holding our 10 month old baby and doused both of their heads entirely from a distance of less than 3 feet" --Portland
2:16 AM

Tuesday, August 27, 2002

What Is Bug Sweeps and Bug Detection All About?
Warning Signs That Have You Been Bugged
What To Do If You Think You Have Been Bugged
What Does a Legitimate Bug Sweep Involve?
TCSM and Bug Detection
7:27 PM

Text Adventure Shrine
7:21 PM

"Puzzles have long been a source of motivation for the exploration of mathematical concepts, theory, and computation. Multimedia adventure games with creative storylines, movies, sophisticated graphics, and sound, are the modern context for both new and classic puzzles. We will show how some of these puzzles can be modeled with directed graphs and the resulting mathematical work can be carried out with nothing more than a computer spreadsheet."
7:03 PM

What Really Happened
4:56 PM

Unanswered Questions: The Hijackers
4:56 PM

Hunt the Boeing!
4:51 PM

"I Am With You Always"
(Thanks to Jesse)
4:43 PM

Hats of Meat
(Thanks to Jesse)
4:42 PM

Caspar David Friedrich
5:12 AM

5:02 AM

Adolfo Wildt
4:53 AM

George Minne
4:43 AM

Arnold Bocklin
4:38 AM

Carlos Schwabe
4:33 AM

Willem Odendaal
4:19 AM

For years my favorite music has been EBM... if you are curious, these are some of my favorite bands...
3:26 AM

Friday, August 23, 2002

The FCC's Fairness Doctrine
1:18 AM

Savage Stupidity
Michael Savage Sucks
1:03 AM

Tuesday, August 20, 2002

get your war on
(Thanks to James)
3:12 PM

Monday, August 19, 2002
3:44 PM

The Complete Review
3:28 PM

Kafka's dayjob
3:22 PM

The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
2:52 PM

Controversy over Harmful to Minors: The Perils of Protecting Children from Sex
2:07 PM

Literary Weblogs
2:01 PM

Artists Without Borders
1:07 PM

US used germ warfare against China and North Korea during the Korean War
1:02 PM

Atomic art
12:40 PM

The Scapegoat Society
International Forgiveness Institute
12:28 PM

Musical Sand
Moon Trees
12:21 PM

Friday, August 16, 2002

"Around the world, from Western Europe to the Far East, many see the United States as arrogant, hypocritical, self-absorbed, self- indulgent and contemptuous of others..."
Americans are dearly loved abroad
(Thanks to Mike)
12:27 PM

Thursday, August 15, 2002

Wine snobs
3:12 PM

Detention camps for US citizens stripped of rights
12:54 PM

A big lan
12:40 PM

Wednesday, August 14, 2002

8:35 PM

8:06 PM

Polynomial Time Prime Algorithm
7:47 PM

The purpose of leaks.
12:36 PM

Tales of Plush Cthulhu
(Thanks to Mike)
12:17 PM

Tuesday, August 13, 2002

The Skeptic's Annotated Bible
3:03 PM

"Jung and the Lost Gospels" by Stephan Hoeller mp3 lecture
2:19 PM

"It may truly be said that the blackest and bloodiest records that history can show us are the attacks of the Orthodox Church upon the Gnostic mystics."
2:11 PM

Bin Laden and Cthulhu
1:56 PM

Terry Marks
1:39 PM

Gnostic Webring
12:56 PM

11:19 AM

Using the search feature at the bottom of this page you can search through my blog archives. This works now.
10:51 AM

Sunday, August 11, 2002

Biases of the Ear and Eye: 'Great Divide' Theories, Phonocentrism, Graphocentrism & Logocentrism
11:19 PM

"We have lost the ability to penetrate below the phenomenal aspect of the "kairoi" or moments of time -- that is, the complex of people, events, ideas, organisms, and objects that constitute human experience -- and to perceive reality... The result, according to Ellul, is that "shadows" become the essence of one's life and thinking... He gets used to living in complete incoherence, because all his intellectual activity is taken up with these visions, themselves without a past and without a future, without any substance even in the present..." --Jacques Ellul and the Problem of Communication
9:04 PM

"Jacques Ellul wrote about a perceived takeover of humanity by technology in The Technological Society way back in 1954. This book is still worth reading by anyone interested in the things that orthodox mass-media advertisements for progress don't tell us about technology, but you have to steel yourself for an uncompromising and bleak perspective. If you think of this book as a forecast of the late nineteen nineties, written by a visionary of the 1950s, it's more than enough to give you the willies."

More on Ellul, and yet more...

"The Unabomber borrowed heavily, says Foster, especially from the writings of Jacques Ellul. It was in February 1965 that American readers were first introduced to Ellul's Technological Society in that magazine. Kaczynski wrote his brother David that he was deeply impressed by Ellul's writings which closely mirrored his own beliefs. These ideas pop up all over Kaczynski's writings, letters and manifesto..."

Ellul is also referenced in the first memo of The Illuminatus Trilogy... hmmm....

Some of Ellul's writing is available online here
8:55 PM

TechGnosis, by Erik Davis, "traces the secret mysticism that motivates our love affair with technology"
More... and yet more...
8:30 PM

Who's Who in the History of Mysticism
6:55 PM

Looks like the link to my archive was broken again... it is fixed again! :)
6:43 PM

"Kabir (1398-1518) ranks among the world's greatest poets. In India, he is perhaps the most quoted author, with the exception of Tulsidas. Kabir has criticized perhaps all existing sects in India, still he is mentioned with respect by even orthodox authors."
5:58 PM

The Ordo Templi Orientis Phenomenon
5:47 PM

Non-Christian Gnosticism
5:18 PM

Sophia's Passion
5:12 PM

"Three of the stormiest and most controversial early movements within Sufism were led by Husayn ibn Mansur Haflaj (crucified AD 922),'Ain al-QudAt Hamaddni (crucified AD 1131), and Shah‚b al-Din Suhrawardi (crucified AD 1191)... Hall‚j... claimed himself to be an avatar of the divinity, by which he proclaimed in his famous formula, al haqq, Arabic for "I am the Haq [the Spirit]," out of the belief in the unity of creation, and that all creatures are ultimately the manifestations of the same original Universal Spirit. He thus also declared Lucifer to have been redeemed and elevated to the highest universal station, as in Yezidism. He was subjected to exquisite tortures before being crucified in Baghdad." --Sufi Mystic Orders
4:46 PM

Nag Hammadi Library
4:21 PM

Alexandria: philosophy, cosmology, myth and culture
4:12 PM

Miltonic Evil as Gnostic Cabala
"Which way I fly is Hell; myself am Hell
And in the lowest deep a lower deep
Still threat'ning to devour me opens wide,
To which the Hell I suffer seems a Heaven
" --John Milton
3:49 PM

GeekPAC needs bloodlust
2:22 PM

Smart Mobs
2:17 PM

The Assayer is site for user- contributed book reviews, with a special focus on reviewing free books.
2:10 PM

ibiblio archive: one of the largest "collections of collections" on the Internet
2:07 PM

Dr Fun
1:57 PM

"NetLogo is a programmable modeling environment for simulating natural and social phenomena. It is particularly well suited for modeling complex systems developing over time. Modelers can give instructions to hundreds or thousands of independent "agents" all operating in parallel. This makes it possible to explore the connection between the micro-level behavior of individuals and the macro-level patterns that emerge from the interaction of many individuals."
5:22 AM

Friday, August 09, 2002

Comprehensive review of linux CD burning apps
9:02 PM

Partition planning
2:57 PM

Thursday, August 08, 2002

08 / 08 / 13,200,002,002 - 13:19:52
You are looking at the Clock of AllTime. This is the most accurate clock on Earth and, possibly, in the universe. This is the only clock that tells time from the beginning of time, the Big Bang.
10:20 AM

Wednesday, August 07, 2002

Institute for Propaganda Analysis
10:33 PM

Bioluminescent Organisms
10:15 PM

LSD Blotter Art Galleries
10:10 PM

"Contamination is everywhere. I see people sneezing onto the tape cases. They cough wetly into their palms right before handing me change... They forget about the security cameras downstairs and pick their noses with wild abandon and astonishing force. Still, the only thing that realy freaks me out is the semen... The only thing we can do is use the hand sanitizer. I use it so much that I lose all finger traction and can't open our plastic bags..." --True Porn Clerk Stories
9:40 PM

ShowerShock: Caffeinated Soap
9:31 PM

Gotta get me one of these...
9:28 PM

"To date no human being since ancient Maya times has entered the tomb under Palenque's Temple XX. But in May of this year a Project film crew composed of David Pentecost, Alonso Mendez, and Alfonso Morales managed to lower a video camera through the small hole into the tomb..."
9:11 PM

"In the age of market research, newspaper editors have decreed that their readers just don't care about books."
8:54 PM

Profiles of Japanese Comic Authors and Illustrators
8:45 PM

"A Pleasant Valley High School student's art class painting that showed him shooting a police officer ( "in the back of the head, blowing away pieces of her flesh and face" ) who had cited him for possessing marijuana did not constitute a criminal threat, a state appeals court has ruled."
8:13 PM

Geometric Sculpture
8:05 PM

Esoteric Topics in Computer Programming
8:04 PM

Barefoot Gen
5:07 PM

Forced Labor Camps: online exhibition
4:58 PM

"The old doctrine was that nuclear weapons were far too big and nasty to use, and now they've moved towards developing nuclear weapons they can actually use"
8:46 AM

Nuke by ZIP code
(Thanks to Joel)
8:35 AM

Tuesday, August 06, 2002

PixiPort Galleries
11:35 PM

"'So, this is the part where we kill you,' Moore says to the reporter. It takes a second for the joke to register, and everybody laughs..." --the perils of methamphetamine manufacture
9:51 PM

The goal of the Twin Peaks Third Season Project's web site is, of course, to write a third season for the television show, Twin Peaks.
8:56 PM

SPIKE helps reverse engineer new, unknown network protocols.
10:04 AM

"Iraq, faced with the threat of an American invasion, invited the U.S. Congress on Monday to send a mission to Baghdad and said it would be given free access to any site alleged to be developing weapons of mass destruction.

The White House dismissed the invitation, saying there was no need for discussions," exposing their excuse for invasion for the sham that it is
9:45 AM

Monday, August 05, 2002


We will never be able to show that Alice has revealed the last of her keys. Further, even if Alice has co-operated fully and has revealed all of her keys, she will not be able to prove it. Therefore, we must assume that at every stage that Alice has kept secret information from us, and continue to beat her, even though she may have revealed the last of her keys. But the whole time we will feel uneasy about this because Alice may have co-operated fully. Alice will have realised this though, and so presumably it's going to be very hard to get keys out of her at all.

I can never prove that I have revealed the last of my keys. In the end I'm bound for continued beating, even if I can buy brief respites by coughing up keys from time to time. Therefor, it would be foolish to divulge my most sensitive keys, because (a) I'll be that much closer to the stage where I have nothing left to divulge at all (it's interesting to note that this seemingly illogical, yet entirely valid argument of Alice's can protect the most sensitive of Alice's keys the "whole way though", like a form mathematical induction), and (b) the taste of truly secret information will only serve to make my aggressors come to the view that there is even higher quality information yet to come, re-doubling their beating efforts to get at it, even if I have revealed all. Therefor, my best strategy would be to (a) reveal no keys at all or (b) depending on the nature of the aggressors, and the psychology of the situation, very slowly reveal my "duress" and other low-sensitivity keys."

8:25 PM

"Who are m-o-o-t? An informal group of (mostly) civil libertarians who include cryptographers and programmers. We aren't exactly secret, but some of us don't want to be identified. Some of us are very good at not being identified, and I don't know who you are!"

Their product "will consist of one CD which will boot on as many computers as possible. There will be a suite of email, w/p, spreadsheet, graphics etc programs on the CD. Access to local storage (hard drives etc.) will be disabled, and the system will shut down if the CD is removed. Data and mail will be transmitted and stored in encrypted form split between off-shore data havens."
7:30 PM

"In the life of a man his time is but a moment, his being, an incessant flux, his body, a prey to worms...Observe, in short. How transient and trivial is all material life: Yesterday a drop of semen, tomorrow a handful of ashes..." --Marcus Aurelius vs The Buddha
11:10 AM

Secret arrests, indefinate detentions without trial or accusation, secret hearings, military tribunals, denial of legal representation... Judge Young... added: "This is the most profound shift in our legal institutions in my lifetime and - most remarkable of all - it has taken place without engaging any broad public interest whatsoever."
10:18 AM

Instead of stirring up public outrage with rhetoric such as, "If you've got nothing to hide...," Senate leaders fear taking a lie detector test when they're the targets.
10:05 AM

Sunday, August 04, 2002

Evolving keyboards
8:57 PM

"Hello and good day to you, fellow American! You'ver eached the automated voice response system for TIPS.

Please choose from one of the following options:

- If you'd like to report suspicious behavior by a co-worker, press 1
- If you'd like to report suspicious behavior by a friend, press 2
- If you'd like to report suspicious behavior by a family member, press 3
- If you'd like to report suspicious behavior by yourself, press 4

8:45 PM

Ghost In The Shell TV series
8:13 PM

There is no escape...
(Thanks to James)
7:34 PM

Thursday, August 01, 2002

Bad Flash: if you've trashed your computer's BIOS
Wim's BIOS
Motherboard Manuals Data and More
The Masters Estate
2:58 PM

"If I read a book and it makes my body so cold no fire could ever warm me, I know that it is poetry" --Emily Dickinson
12:05 PM

11:59 AM

Living In Greytown
11:54 AM

9:53 AM

The original Sesame Street shows "were built around the notion that Israeli and Palestinian children (as well as puppets) might become friends. Now, reflecting the somber mood in the Middle East, producers see their best hope as helping children to humanize their historic enemies... The utterance of every Muppet is potentially inflammatory."
9:31 AM

"Rock and roll is readjusting itself from its previous anti-war, anti-establishment stance"
9:28 AM

"I worry about my child and the Internet all the time, even though she's too young to have logged on yet. Here's what I worry about. I worry that 10 or 15 years from now, she will come to me and say 'Daddy, where were you when they took freedom of the press away from the Internet?'" --Mike Godwin, Electronic Frontier Foundation
9:10 AM

"The Memory Hole Website" is a nice idea, but has many practical weaknesses. Those weaknesses are addressed by the following projects, among others:
Permanent web publishing
HiveCache(originally MojoNation, then MNet )
and Freenet
9:08 AM

"In George Orwell's novel 1984, news articles containing inconvenient facts were thrown down a memory hole to be incinerated. Now The Memory Hole Website rescues knowledge in danger of being forgotten, ignored, or suppressed.

The reason that literal memory holes don't exist is that they don't need to. Thanks to litigiation, spin control, self-censorship, media laziness, and info-glut, a lot of important facts are buried. Websites disappear. Articles from the Associated Press are changed. The New York Times buries a major revelation in the 18th paragraph of an article on page A23. The FBI withholds evidence. Transcripts of Congressional hearings go out of print after a week. Crucial government documents are never put online. Citizens have to pay hundreds of dollars for a single Freedom of Information Act request. Investigative books reveal startling facts, but who has time to read 900-page exposes? There are lots and lots of reasons why important facts often don't get the exposure they deserve." --Library Juice vol 5
(Thanks to Jesse)
8:45 AM

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