Archive | December 7, 2005

Lest We Forget

Arizona MemorialDoc Searls blogs, “The lessons live. December 7, 1941, FDR said, was “a day that will live in infamy”. Now veterans who remember are filling the WWII Memorial at a rate greater than 1000 per day.Most of us who grew up in the 1950s, didn’t know our parents were The Greatest Generation. We just wished they’d quit harping about growing up in the Depression. (“When I was your age, we walked ten miles to school in the snow…”)… Those two subjects, The War and The Depression, gave our parents enormous moral authority, as well as a boundless supply of instructive stories at the dinner table. We didn’t appreciate it much at the time. Now that so many of the old folks are going or gone, we do.”

MonadLUG, 8 Dec 2005: Tim Lind on anti-spam techniques

Guy Pardoe, the MonadLUG Coordinator-in-Chief, announces “The next meeting of the Monadnock Linux User Group (MonadLUG) will be this Thursday, December 8th, 7:00pm, at the SAU 1 Superintendent’s Office behind South Meadow School in Peterborough… Tim Lind discusses Anti-spam techniques – Using open source tools, how to build an anti-spam system that is self running, updating and allows your email users to configure their own whitelists/blacklists, etc…”

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