You may not notice, but this blog has just been transitioned to a shiny new virtual machine. Seems a bit snappier. More details to follow. Anyway, despite some rather thorough testing (or at least what I thought was thorough), I’ve managed to completely kill e-mail on this domain. So, if you want to send me e-mail, use my work e-mail, comment on the blog, send a carrier pigeon, or just call me. Anything but fax.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
automated blog business canada claim computer copyright court digest e-mail finance google humour information infringement interesting internet ip it law lawsuit lawyer legal legislation license microsoft mpl ny open-source os patent privacy research search security software startup technology time tweets twitter us venture-capital web work
- scientist develops brain implant to boost memory. d-ma.ca/2fPNejq 4 years ago
- ai used to identify criminals with 90% accuracy, based only on photos. hmmm. d-ma.ca/2ftekjL 4 years ago
- walmart tests use of blockchain to manage supply chain tracking for food safety. interesting use case. d-ma.ca/2gHxsgz 4 years ago
- ai beats humans at lip-reading. d-ma.ca/2f0NsZu 4 years ago
- fully autonomous vtol vehicle successfully completes first test flight. wobbly but nonetheless impressive. d-ma.ca/2fLEHSe 4 years ago
- irs demands identities of all us coinbase users over 3 year period. d-ma.ca/2fguugb 4 years ago
- uk passes sweeping internet/computer surveillance law. disturbing. d-ma.ca/2fNpMEU 4 years ago
- microsoft joins linux foundation. as a platinum member no less. and announces sql server for linux. d-ma.ca/2fYDQy4 4 years ago
- following in the path of ashley madison, adultfriendfinder hacked. 412 million users exposed. d-ma.ca/2fQSmUV 4 years ago
- adobe demos photoshop for speech. quite impressive. d-ma.ca/2fVCMvt 4 years ago