In light of the NSA surveillance news, let's not forget what the Internet represents for humanity: an equal right to human progress for all.
- Envision an Unwritten Future — When I was younger, I thought that my future held my circle of friends; we seemed inseparable.
- LinkedIn Spam: “black girl” Birthday on OS X Calendar — When I looked at my calendar yesterday, I noticed that it had a birthday listed for someone called "black girl": I never added anyone to my OS X Contacts.app with the name "black girl", so I was puzzled as to where that was coming from and how it got on the calendar.
- A Few Bad Apples — People are generally good, kind, trustworthy, and thoughtful, even total strangers.
- Making 'Good' Choices — A tiny mountain of sand stood in my path, created by a community of ants who probably spent years of their life (days of mine) constructing a tunnel into the Earth.
- Skin-Deep Security — Unless you're protecting something you'd be willing to die for, the world's strongest encryption is only skin-deep.