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Hi Guys! Greetings from Taipei! It’s time for our July Haiku Speedbuild and I thought we’d try a little variation this month. Since we have people around the globe, it seems like every time slot is bad for someone. Also, it seems like peeps like casual, unstructured building time. So this month we’ll have Haiku
Haiku Speedbuild is moving to the 1st Saturday of the month at 10am at the Afar Sim in Second Life! For May 4th we’ve got prizes, treats, and epic poetry! Haiku Speedbuild • Saturday 4 May 2013 • Afar sim, Second Life • Come watch or build • One hour to create a sculpture /
Haiku Speedbuild #1 – Afar, 3 March ’13 today’s Haiku Speedbuild poems were from Haiku for the Single Girl by Beth Griffenhagen Huntress Catteno picked: In my neighborhood Even the homeless woman Has a boyfriend. Sigh. Mia Wallace & Dr. Wiggles collaborated on: I like trysts with guys From other countries. It’s like Stamping
It’s crazy to think that peeps thought that the internet would be the end of serendipity. That the magic of flipping through pages in an encyclopaedia or books on shop shelves would be lost. Yeah. Wut? I’ve got so much serendipity blowin’ out my ass it’s practically impossible to actually finish anything! 1. Maybe
Stop Spammer In my recent “Delete Your Admin Account” post, I noted the steady stream of login attemts, most often against the username “Admin” on numerous WordPress blogs that I’m involved with. The highest traffic, and hence the most spamified of these blogs is iRez, and so I recently installed the “Stop Spammer” plugin
Twitter Password Security Can you believe it, I’ve seen FOUR different Twitter accounts hacked in the past 3 weeks! All had “weak” passwords (short, all lowercase) and luckily the damage was only some bogus posts, nothing too terrible and the passwords weren’t changed thereby stealing the account from the owner. Still, a hijacking is pretty
WordPress Security I’ve been seeing a lot of bot login attempts on a number of different WordPress installs lately. Almost always (but not exclusively) they’re attempts to login to the account “admin”. There’s a pretty good chance you have a user with this name since WordPress often creates one when you initially do the install.