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By Adam Wulf on August 29, 2008
Excerpt from Ars Technica’s RSS feed
If your e-mail address is “firstname.lastname@example.org,” you probably receive a lot more spam than someone whose username is “quagmire.” According to a Cambridge University researcher, spammers target usernames with common first letters more than those that are less common, and therefore less likely to get to a real person.
By Adam Wulf on August 28, 2008
The news is out! Clearspace 2.5 has been officially announced, and it’s glorious! Killer new features, rock solid stability, incredible performance – this is a beautiful release at whatever angle you look at it. Video below (or HD here):
By Adam Wulf on August 27, 2008
I’m admittedly a bit late (a month) to the news , but PHP 5.3 alpha 1 has been released. I’m lucky to have stumbled on the news, because I haven’t followed PHP’s release schedule at all lately, but the 5.3 release is particularly exciting – PHP finally has support for proper lambda closures – now it’s a real language