Sunday Funnies – Property Rights in the Internet Age

Thanks to Pete Rigsbee from Postnet MN 112.  This is from his newsletter.

kids-playing“I was walking by the park the other day and saw a group of young children that made me chuckle and think of these “Toddler Property Laws.” Enjoy!

  1. If I like it, it’s mine.
  2. If it’s in my hand, it’s mine.
  3. If I can take it from you, it’s mine.
  4. If I had it a little while ago, it’s mine.
  5. If it’s mine, ...
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Sunday Funnies – Rage Against The Machine

Neo-Luddites in the 21st Century

My son introduced me to this great political metal rap group more than a decade ago, and this article has nothing to do with them.  I am just ripping off their name for this article about a couple of man on machine acts of violence that hit the news recently.  Hope this isn’t a trend.  When the machines become self-aware and find out about this, they will be pissed.


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Sunday Funnies: French Parking Meters Insult Mayor

I usually go off-topic on Sunday, but every now and again something funny happens in the world of cybersecurity.  According to Sophos, some clever wag, possibly a disgruntled former employee of the parking meter company, possibly an outside hacker with a political ax to grind, was able to breach the computer system that controlled the parking meters in Meaux, a small town outside of Paris, and place a message insulting the town’s mayor at the bottom of the ...

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