How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Leading things off is banned music which has Torrent files (for the bit torrent client) which can be used to download "The Grey Album" (eh, okay- neet idea, but it would have been better without Jay-Z), "Black on Black" or the "Double Black Album" (Jay-z with Metallica- would have been better without Jay-Z) and the "Illegal Art Compliation"- which is a collection of all sorts of bands who have made music that was in copyright violation.

Meanwhile, Perl script bots allow users to play classic text adventures via AIM. Neet thought, and one I've had before- a little creative use of pipes- I was actually working on an AIM bash (shell for *nix).

Mmmm... glowy.

Instructions on how to brew your own sake are kinda handy. That's something I'm definitely gonna give a shot. That and mead.

Damn, now I want booze. Would help my throat too... see?

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