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May 30, 2004

Curious George: Music... Of the FUTURRRE See inside... more inside
Shoe Porn.
Live Generative Music. Viragelic generates a soothing musical piece for you randomly using moving squares traveling random paths. It seems a little dull at first, but it slowly becomes quite entrancing and fascinating.
A beautiful Letter from the mother of a gay son. This letter is absolutely perfect. It sent chills down my spine. It's probably one of the most beautiful and tragic things I've read in a long time. [Via Seablogger via Eschaton]
Loretta Lux "imaginary portraits" of real children. Lux renders a vision of childhood that is beautiful, formal and chilling.
Chris Cooper, better known as Coop and the proud creator of Lesbian Devil Girls, screw-happy robots and supersize female vamps! NSFW!! Cartoon art, rock posters, tattoos, originals, books. Welcome to the world of Coop!
Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox dead at 92 I remember that bow tie when I was a kid. Life was so innocent in those days.
Subversive Cross Stitching. Make Grandma Cry! more inside
The World's Most Dangerous Password: Minutemen ICBMs were deployed in the early 1960s, and grew to over 1000 in number. They were allegedly protected from a "rogue launch" by an approach known as PAL (Permissive Action Link). The PAL required that the correct 8-digit launch code be entered by the missiliers before the missile would establish ignition. What if all the PAL codes had been set to '00000000,' and 'everyone' in the Strategic Air Command knew it? That is unbelievably what happened, as described in this article from the Center for Defense Information. Not exactly a great example for getting people to choose difficult passwords! Via Slashdot