- Thanks to Andrew at Brio, who's posted to his blog T-Mobile's response to a query about their UK Hotspot pricing policy. Yes, the one with silly pricing.
- 2lmc's spool covers today's Mirror and Sun front covers.
- More from 2lmc: it's not just me, OS X has a habit of saving empty preference files if your hd is full. Apple bites.
- Pick and choose from security updates (or anything, really), if you don't want to do a full OS X reinstall. Is there any way to mount and unpack .dmg.bin files from the command line? Ah, here it is, thanks to blech.
- Poseidon for UML Community Edition is, apart from a longwinded application name, a mostly-free Java-based UML CASE tool.
- The readme for SPIN, because we're doing LTL model checking. Here's what SPIN does.
- The BBC says that Astra 2D's footprint is tightly focussed. New Scientists says that satellite experts beg to differ.
- The Register reports that China is shifting PS2 production to China to reduce costs (why else?), with a price cut in the works.
- At jerakeen.org, a web frontend for a not-iTunes music player. As web front ends go, my favourite so far is w00tmp3 (part of w00tsweet), but only because it lets the #evanchan crew dictate what music Arie listens to.
- Via Haddock, Be a Thinker, Not a Breeder.
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