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Vote Today! If you are a U.S. citizen please do not forget to vote today. I found out this morning that since I have moved since my last voter registration that I can only vote via affidavit. Remember that your vote does count.

Wired: FTC: Where Spam Goes Off to Die. Great article. Apparently the email address has been receiving so much spam recently they can’t afford to store it any longer. Yeah, this is indicative of a bigger problem. From October 23 to November 5, my installation of SpamAssassin has caught 10.2 MB of spam, which equals exactly 1234 pieces of spam (80k file) after I filtered out the false-positives.

MSNBC: Online job listing an ID theft scam. Never give out any more information than you have to, even if it’s not a scam.

Solo Travel: The Serendipitous Life of the Solo Voyager. This collection of anecdotes hits home for me since there is a strong chance I will be traveling solo to many, many places in the next 4-6 months. As I have already mentioned I plan to be in London on November 22 and 23 and will be going to Malta from there for 3-4 weeks with a potential week-long side-trip to Egypt and/or Tunisia. Back to the U.S. in time for the Christmas holidays.

Glasnost: Oh my, someone is selling a Russian MIG 21 fighter jet on eBay Motors. Yes, it’s real.

XUL Planet: 101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot. “Giant lizards are cool. Much more exciting than a blue e.” I can’t even remember the last time I launched Netscape 4.x., not even for testing purposes.

Posted by Cameron Barrett at November 5, 2002 03:12 PM

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