Archives for: November 2008

Categories and Upgrading Jailbroken iPhone

copyright, hacks, open source, DRM
If you're a complete idiot like me, you read the news at the [iPhone Dev Team blog][1] and was excited that you could upgrade your 2G iPhone to the new 2.2 firmware with no extra tricks... and you just did it. [1]: http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/610… more »

replace-regexp in Emacs... lovely

blogging, hacks
*(as is the case with many of my blog posts, this one is for me... so you might not find it all that interesting)* [Markdown]: http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ [my very long post yesterday]: http://www.josephhall.org/nqb2/index.php/2008/… more »

A Preliminary Analysis of OVL Voting Equipment Reports

system, elections, accessibility, reform, vendors, hacks, chilling effects, privacy, problems, research, policy, usability, legal
Warning: This is a very long post. Introduction I've spent the past week looking over the voting equipment problems captured by the Election Protection Coalition's 25 nationwide call centers into the Our Vote Live database. There were around 1… more »

The Most Frustrating Part of My Election?: Gmail on the iPhone

system, hacks, wtf?, chilling effects, usability, development
**UPDATE [2009-01-09T08:23:25]:** This appears to now be fixed! (I know I should be blogging other matters... but I'm in serious need of a sort of techie catharsis. And this is it. Damnit.) This is what pops up intermittently on Gmail for iPhone… more »

Prelude to a Long Post on Machine Problems

elections, news, privacy, problems, research, policy, legal
*[cross-posted to the [OurVoteLive blog](http://blog.ourvotelive.org/?p=408)]* I'm going to try and do today what I didn't have time to do yesterday: some discussion of voting machine and voting technology incidents. Since I was based out of OVL's S… more »

Voting Machine Incident Roundup, 11/1

elections, privacy, politics, problems, research, policy
*[Cross-posted to [OurVoteLive blog]]* [OurVoteLive blog]: http://blog.ourvotelive.org/?p=151 In my last [voting machine incident roundup][1], I talked briefly about new voting machine incidents from the [OurVoteLive call database][2]. Three days… more »
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