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Scamming the scammer

Current Events, Entertainment, Friends-Romans-Countrymen, Security

It was a slow weekend at the Squid-o-dome, so I decided to actually read my spam to see if there was anything interesting. There wasn’t, of course, but hey, you never know. I did, however, receive this wonderful news: This is to inform you that you have been selected for a cash prize of 1,000,000 […]

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A message for Steven Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada

Current Events, Friends-Romans-Countrymen, Politics and Activism, Security

Today I received this in the mail: [edit: Conservative Party of Canada donor solicitation.  I’ve lost the photo as this article is being pulled out of archives in August 2015] It’s nothing really unusual, I get them on a regular basis because I have been a financial supporter of the Conservative Party for many years.  […]

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Dear Advertisers… here’s something to think about.

Current Events, Entertainment, Friends-Romans-Countrymen, Rules, Security, Technology

Over at Tech Life Post today, they have a couple of articles regarding Google Ad Sense. If you don’t deliberately block ads, you’ve probably seen it in action and don’t even realize it. Google makes its money, if you didn’t know this, by selling advertising. They use their search engine technology first and foremost to […]

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Geocaching as a maturing hobby – The Urban Cache

Current Events, Entertainment, Friends-Romans-Countrymen, Games and gaming, Outdoors, Security

This post on geocaching has generated some nice comments, so I thought I’d open up a related entry for further discussion. Up until quite recently, at least around Ottawa, there was a lot of “space”… NCC land, Crown land, city parks, etc. belonging to land owners who were sympathetic to geocaching. This allowed Ottawa geocachers […]

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