07/10/18 Unrelated linkage
07/10/05 Could it be... Satan?
Catching up. Again.
I'm not sure I entirely agree, but this post makes some interesting points about harassment of women on-line.
Kate Harding: On being a no-name blogger using her real name
An AskMe from 2005 that I even may have linked to before, but it's a pretty fascinating discussion.
AskMe: How does your brain idle?
Long ago I used to be a programmer, and a lot of my work still involves a great deal of conceptual thinking and solving complex problems. I used to be in the 'I have to have the whole thing in my head' school of thought and for a long time it was my way of tackling each and every problem. I agree with the dissenters in the Metafilter discussion, though.
Paul Graham: Holding a program in one's head
MeFi: It's only when you have your code in your head that you really understand the problem
A fascinating deck of Tarot cards made in a WWII concentration camp.
University of Minnesota: Boris Kobe
MeFi: Concentration camp Tarot cards
Amazing AskMe, also from 2005.
AskMe: Life-altering experiences
I guess September sort of came and went, sorry about that. I've got another job, starting on November 15, my business site got done and I do intend to do better here.
The world's biggest Bible that's alleged to be the work of the Devil, scenes from the life of Satan, and the last woman to be convicted of witchcraft. And bunnies.
MeFi: An extremely rare and even more bizarre artefact
MeFi: Vintage scenes from the life of Satan
MeFi: Helen Duncan was the last woman to be convicted of witchcraft in Britain. This was in 1944
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