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A few things you probably didn't know about Bruce Schneier. The Bruce Schneier Facts Database.
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Yay! More fun with our friendly fat-faced open-source advocates
[...] If you aren’t subscribed to ELER you’re missing some of the most amusing bits of Open Source related comedy around. Today’s strip is easily one of my favorites. [...]
I would be curious how Rick Moen assisted in the creation of the shirts, myself being one of the original Rick Moen developers and one of the early propagators of the old “Rick Moen will be there; will you?” catchphrase from the late-90s LUG scene.
For early reminiscences of Rick moen development, see http://teh.entar.net/~nick/mail/rick-moen-history
I remember seeing a similar sketch in a column in Personal Computer World years ago. It ended up with “Well in my day we had to carve our programs in stone, drag them oop Salisbury plain, and wait ’till t’ solstice for t’ result”. Funny stuff.
Hehehe, I like this one! =)
what is the proper way to read a comic strip? left to right or top to bottom?
[...] Cave paints0ring December 30th, 2005 « In my day [...]
[...] The most recent Everybody loves Eric Raymond comic is hysterically funny today. “We used to dream about having a kernel”. Indeed. [...]
[...] Open source hacker humor revisits an old classic. Not even looking for mass appeal… [...]
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