Re: Lava lamp random number generator made useful?

2008-09-20 Thread IanG
Jerry Leichter wrote: At ThinkGeek, you can now, for only $6.99, buy yourself a USB-powered mini lava lamp (see All you need is some way to watch the thing - perhaps a USB camera - and some software to extract random bits. (This isn't *really*

Re: street prices for digital goods?

2008-09-20 Thread David Molnar
John Ioannidis wrote: Hmmm... a how about a market-data feed for warez? That would be useful for research. My colleague Karl Chen pointed out that it would probably be more useful for the underground market. For the case of drug street prices, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency does keep a

Re: Cookie Monster

2008-09-20 Thread Matt Curtin
On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 6:39 PM, EMC IMAP [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It turns out hardly anyone bothers to mark their cookies secure. In Firefox, if you list your cookies, you can sort on the Secure field. I only found a couple of cookies marked - mainly from American Express, one of the few