Sunday, November 11, 2007

Article Roundup

I'm not sure why the fact that Hushmail is giving user's data to the Feds is surprising to anyone. First of all, they are complying with a court order. Secondly, if you're using HushMail's servers and trusting their java applets, don't expect too much. If you really want security, send mails through MixMaster only after encrypting them manually from your laptop replete with encrypted swap and drive partitions, while sitting inside a Faraday cage.

Linux.com brings us Basic presentations with LaTeX Beamer.

From Red Hat Magazine, splitting tar acrchives on the fly.

John Wiegley has written a great article on using Emacs as a day-planner with org-mode.

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