May 2011

It is encouraging whenever the ICC or ad hoc international criminal tribunals manage to get their hands on someone accused of war crimes or crimes against humanity. Such prosecutions have the promise of producing a credible record of what took place, potentially providing some comfort to surviving victims, and perhaps somewhat improving the conduct of […]

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Theft

2011-05-30

in Daily updates, Security

Over the course of my life, very few things have been physically stolen from me. When I was in high school, I had a bunch of stuff stolen when we got burgled. I lost all my CDs, a CD player, and so on. It was all covered by insurance. In university, I was burgled again […]

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Brunch

2011-05-29

in Photo of the day

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WordPress 3.1.3 contains a bunch of potentially important security upgrades. Remember to backup your MySQL databases before upgrading.

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My mind has just been overwhelmed by terror! A postal strike in Canada may disrupt the delivery of The Economist. If The Economist stops being delivered, I will lose my one and only source of information about what is happening in the universe!

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Sorry for the thin content here lately. I have been intensely busy with other things. For instance, last night I took photos at a Young Canadians in Finance sponsored fundraiser for the United Way. The keynote speaker was Wayne Wouters – Clerk of the Privy Council and Canada’s top bureaucrat. The United Way has a […]

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