Pollas did it again. This time he stencilled the Danish Minister of Defence.
‘Kampminister’ is a sarcastic re-phrasing. ‘Kamp’ means ‘Fight’ in Danish.
As usual he provides a .pdf-version for more efficient reproduction on street level.
I must admit it: I won’t do it myself. The spraying part of it. I don’t have the guts. I am innocent but feel guilty when I see police. Don’t like paint either. So if you’re looking for someone with whom you can do some night raiding I suggest you look somewhere else. Yes I’m a chicken. With the heart of a mouse. Or something like that.
This entry should probably have been in Danish.
Enjoyed a nice lunch with Lars today.
I’m afraid that this could be one of the last outdoor sunny lunches this year. But it was gooood.
There is something special about eating with dangling feet over water.
redemption in a blog: Nature’s flawed programming
About the sphex (wasp-like insect) and the dung beetle. The way they’re building their nests is strictly genetically programmed, and this program has not been properly debugged. Bad design of exception handling, I’d say.
It’s interesting, that evolution has not fixed these flaws, but somehow it must be inexpensive as nature hasn’t noticed. Yo Nature! Go fix!
Update: thought about it. If it aint broke — don’t fix it.
Beings superior to the human race would find some ultra-silly bugs studying us:
“It’s strange — they drink this ethanol-based stuff that makes them loose their mind and feel like shit the day after. And yet they do it again and again. Note: lacking the ability to learn from experience.”
I guess we’re not that smarter than dung beetles after all. Please forgive me, dung beetle.
The default mailscript for many webhotels is FormMail.
And as it is widely used as a spam relay script, The Bad Guys now and then try to use it on any website. There is a low percentage probability that Formmail is installed, so they might as well try.
My error_log is filling up with Formmail requests, and now I wonder: Could someone come up with a nice fake script, that somehow backfires on The Bad Guys ™ ?
I might be naïve, but someone ought to teach them a lesson, right?
Vi skælver dagligt over terror-det-ene og terror-det-andet og bare Plain Old Terror.
Nu er der kommet flere og mere foruroligende terrorboller på suppen: må jeg præsentere og byde hjerteligt velkommen til… (…drumroll…) Terrorgrygt!
Grygten er ikke sådan at spøge med og er tilsynelande ret indflydelsesrig.
Vær forsigtige derude…
Siden ændrede de det…
The Ludologist :: Arguing about the rules of a game
Jesper Juul needs academic sources about people arguing about rules of games.
Academia has its wonderful ways
Uncountable times have I walked the path and we all have, I guess. Be it the rules of Croquet or Canasta.
My family is a Canasta-kind-of-family, and the rules are not static. I remember when my parents decided to skip the rule about the red threes as bonus cards and the black threes as pile-blockers. It was supposed to relieve the focus on the pile, making players less defensive, but I’m not sure that it worked that way. Anyways. The rules are now fixed. Until they meet people that play with the original rules…
James Gosling: on the Java road…
Gosling, one of the main designers of Java, has a weblog. It’s a combination of personal subjects and java stuff.
One day about his grandmother, the Zen Master.
Another day about favorite Java API’s.
This kind of e-trivia might be more suited for the rather ill-maintained thesis weblog, but it just happened to show up here
malevole – Programming Language Inventor or Serial Killer?
This quiz asks the question: what’s the big difference between a serial killer and a programming language inventor? I scored 8/10 …
I miss the Danes Anders Hejlsberg and Bjarne Stroustrup. Don’t know if we’ve got any world famous serial killers to match them though… Bjarne could be one of these in-betweens to judge by his photo