Category: wtf?

A simple iPhone question...

hacks, wtf?, secrecy
Like anyone who cares about security, I've set a passcode lock on my iPhone. However, it's a severe pain in the ass to have to type it in all the time (say, when I'm on a plane reading and want to regularly consult they dictionary ([Wordbook](http://it… more »

Ah, crap

blogging, wtf?, chilling effects, privacy, friends
Well, I'm now on [twitter] as [@joebeone] (pronounced like JOE-bee-won). [twitter]: http://twitter.com/ [@joebeone]: http://twitter.com/joebeone I resisted for a while. I blame it all on [Layer Tennis]. You can't vote for a winner in layer tenn… more »

Law360 FAIL

wtf?, chilling effects, usability, legal
Well, IP lawyers, like those at [ip.law360], *should* know enough about tech. to know when they've purchased a broken system, right? [ip.law360]: http://ip.law360.com/ exasperating... see if you can spot the problem here: The only other non… more »

Civil Unions for Non-gay Couples?

wtf?, family, policy, legal
Man, I wish we were more like France sometimes: > The PACS [or Civil Solidarity Pact] was introduced a decade ago by France's then-Socialist Party government. Parliament approved the measure only after a fierce debate because, although its wording wa… more »

Upgrading unlocked, jailbroken 2G iPhone

system, copyright, hacks, open source, wtf?, chilling effects, DRM
Sheesh. Upgrading the firmware in an unlocked, jailbroken iPhone is *not* easy and *definitely* nerve-racking. Here's what I just had to do to upgrade from 2.2 to 2.2.1: 1. Wrote down all the Cydia apps I had installed. (they're blasted out of… more »
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