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  • If you believe in Internet freedom, you should hate the DDOS attacks in defence of Wikileaks

    I don’t think I have seen a more stupid bunch of freedom fighters. In defence of Wikileaks, an organisation that calls itself have launched Distributed Denial of Service attacks of the basic infrastucture of commerce on...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • E3, sailing and dolphins

    For me, the 2010 E3 ended with a splash. And dolphins. Lots of dolphins. Together with Patrick O’Luanaigh (CEO of nDreams / @patrickol) and Ed Stern (Brink guru / @edstern), I took a Beneteau 34 sailing in...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • 80s games take over New York

    I’m showing my age here, but this is a really fantastic (and short) video. Beware the pixels. PIXELS by PATRICK JEAN. Uploaded by onemoreprod. – Arts and animation videos.

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Axe Cop – the surrealist wit of a 5 year old

    If you haven’t seen Axe Cop, go and read it now. Seriously. It’s an amazing collaboration between a 29 year old comicbook artist and his (much) younger brother. It shows what happens when you give a 5-year...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • UK entrepreneur and founder of Dolphin Music dies in ski-ing accident

    Rob Williams, co-founder of one of the UK’s leading online companies Dolphin Music, died in a skiing accident yesterday evening while on holiday in the Swiss Alps. His business partner Jason Tavaria was rescued using a combination...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • Letter to the Financial Times

    Slightly off topic, but I’ve had a letter published in the Financial Times today. After Michael Skapinker wrote a piece discussing the role of jargon, I commented that in sailing, jargon has a very useful place, allowing...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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