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"I don't know that Atheists should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots. This is one nation under God." --George Bush
What is Bayesian Inference?
Vista and DataPlot for statistical visualization
want less pain...
Exhaust: a redcode simulator
"You might think these Christian activists represent the furthest shores of American politico-religious wackiness. The politicians don't think so. This conference began with a videotaped benediction straight from the Oval office. Some of the most influential republicans in Congress addressed the gathering including - not once, but twice - Tom DeLay, who is hot favourite to take over as majority leader of the House of Representatives after the midterm elections on November 5, thus becoming arguably the most powerful man on Capitol Hill." <-- sadly, this is not a joke
Some prices of protest:
> Exorbitant bails -- some as high as $1 million -- keeping peaceful protesters in prison.
> Felony charges used to threaten or punish protesters with loss of voting rights and jobs.
> Federal RICO and domestic terrorist legislation employed to stigmatize peaceful protesters.
> Permits to protest denied for legitimate protests by activist groups.
> Trespass and other false charges fabricated by police.
> Police granted immunity from lawsuits, leaving them free to abuse protesters' rights.
> "Zero tolerance" rules which expel students who participate in nonviolent protests.
> Long sentences in overcrowded and inhuman conditions meted out to protesters
> Seizure of organizations' bank accounts so that members who protest can be fined.
> Protesters arrested and held without charge, preventing them from further protest.
> Legal distinctions blurred between violent and nonviolent protest, so that all protesters are demonized as "anarchists," "hoodlums" and "domestic terrorists."
> Pre-protest surveillance, infiltration and investigations to identify, arrest and detain nonviolent protesters prior to protest.
> Police entrapment used to fabricate grounds for arrest and charges.
> Permits denied to activist groups to keep them from gathering on public lands.
> And nonviolent protesters barred from talking about their causes or motives during trial.
"We argue a connection exists between the restrictiveness of a country's civilian weapons policy and its liability to commit genocide upon its own people"
"Neurotypical syndrome is a neurobiological disorder characterized by preoccupation with social concerns, delusions of superiority, and obsession with conformity."
"Eleven years ago, I spent my summer holidays as a guerrilla in northern Iraq. It was the end of my second year at university and the Gulf War had just finished. I neither wanted to go inter-railing nor work in Waitrose. So I went to Iraq with a friend in search of Kurdish guerrillas. Both of us had recently been dumped by our first serious girlfriends and had read too many French post-war novels. We met in Istanbul and hitched across Turkey towards the Iraqi border. It was a phenomenally stupid thing to do. I'd like to say it was because we deeply believed in the Kurdish cause, but actually we just wanted some good stories for the college bar."
Everything you wanted to know about your C Compiler and Machine, but didn't know who to ask
Freedom of the Press around the world, ranked by country
...the full table
What were the net.unix-wizards up to in 1982?
Armchair Anthrax Investigators
ccache: speeds up your recompiles 5-10x
"The initiation of the freely voluntary act appears to begin in the brain unconsciously, well before the person consciously knows he wants to act"
(Thanks to Mike)
The Giuliani Regime and NeoFascism in New York
Kompressor does not dance!
"Yes folks, you heard me right. Real powered urine directly from our state of the art labs."
VXE allows only blessed syscalls through, and isolates applications for security
Thinkers in Existential-Phenomenology and Related Areas of Scholarship
The dreaded hikikomori condition.
Check: a unit test framework for C
False - "Programming language with two main goals: confusing everyone with an obfuscated syntax, and designing as powerful a language as possible with a tiny implementation: this compiler executable is only 1024 bytes, written in pure 68000 assembler."
Ashcroft's guidelines for limiting the Freedom of Information Act
Military is not even bothering to be subtle when fiming antiwar protestors
Scientific Applications on Linux
xldlas can do data summaries, OLS regression, ANOVA, line plots, scatter plots, and histograms.
R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics
Escher via LEGO
(Many many thanks to Mike)
Fenris is a set of tools that include a high-level tracer, library fingerprinter, debugger, and a data exploration interface
Design and learn access controls in networks, systems and applications with Access Road
Memphis can be used for the definition of abstract syntax trees and the implementation of tree walkers.
Use Cqual to add type qualifiers to C
...and Mpatrol to diagnose run-time errors that are caused by the wrong use of dynamically allocated memory
"The Paste-Code Service on Profett.Com is meant for users of IRC (or similar) where pasting large amounts of text (e.g. source code snippets) is a universal 'no-no' since it disrupts discussions"
Vim tips and scripts
Notes on VIM's syntax highlighting
C-C++ Beautifier HOWTO
Grasp: Graphical Representation of Algorithms, Structures, and Processes
A cop pulls over Heisenburg. The cop says, "Do you know how fast you were going?" Heisenburg replies, "No, but I know where I am."
SPLINT: Annotation-Assisted Lightweight Static Checking
Secure Programming Group
Gimpel: PC-lint and FlexeLint will check C/C++ source code and find bugs, glitches, inconsistencies, non-portable constructs, etc...
"My attempts to have Americans enter into discussions about double standards [in regards to the US stance on nuclear weapons] have been an abject failure - even with highly educated and engaged people,"
Mr Butler said. "I sometimes felt I was speaking to them in Martian, so deep is their inability to understand."
"I confess, too, that I flinch when I hear American, British and French fulminations against weapons of mass destruction, ignoring the fact that they are the proud owners of massive quantities of those weapons, unapologetically insisting that they are essential for their national security, and will remain so."
"Inspectors" will really be invaders
"In a leaked proposal for a UN resolution drafted by the US with help from British officials, the Bush administration is seeking to transform the inspections process into a coercive operation."
Doxygen: source code documentation system
Browse through source code with CScope
Cross-reference it with cxref
GNU Global source code tagging system
ID Utils makes searching through source easier
(From GCC Hacker)
GraphVis: an amazingly useful graphing tool