Safe For Seneca

For the last wo days or so I’ve been suffering from bandwidth troubles. I throttled the children’s upload to 10K so it wasn’t that. Finally I’ve decided to watch the web server logs for a minute, and I’ve noticed a pattern: 63.226.153.189 – – [09/Dec/2008:17:48:05 -0500] “GET /isomaster/wp-content/themes/ISO_master/images/ss-started-vista.png HTTP/1.1” 200 26112 “http://scenereleases.info/category/applications” “Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE …

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This is a letter I mailed to Suzan Kadis. She’s the MP for Thornhill, Ontario – where I live. It’s an issue I feel strongly about. You should write to your MP about bill C61 also – if your MP thinks their constituents don’t care, they won’t care either. Verbatim copy follows. 26th June 2008 …

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I’ll pick on Java but this should apply to other languages too. I’m just afraid that due to circumstances beyond my controll I’ll end up writing Java code this year – that’s what got me thinking of this. All Java applications I ever used (web or local) were dreadfully slow and used way too much …

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