It seems that Gene shot h... (10 Jul 2002)
It seems that Gene shot himself
Dubya losing the benefit of the doubt from the National Post (Canadian) [via Keith]. He still has a 70% approval rating though.
Notes on Fitz. Still vapourware at the moment but with people like Raph involved, it could be quite something.
The detailed designs of the MS TCP/IP stack [via coderman]. It has a little market-droid speak in it at times ("strategic enterprise network transport for its platforms" <- bullshit alert), but it has enough real content to be worth a skim. A recent traffic sniff of a root DNS server showed that Dynamic DNS requests to alter the root (from MS's screwed up implimentation) made up a significant fraction of the traffic.
Pretty graphs. It's sites like these that make 56K users feel it.
The person with the file:///dev/null turns out to be Ian Hill:
In ELinks you can set a fixed referer in the options menu. In fact it tries its best to stop you sending *real* referers by flagging that option as "Default - Insecure" It also lets you have no Referer: at all!.
ELinks is a modified version of Links which does SSL (apparently, I can't test it though as it wont use a proxy).
I'm pretty sure that standard Links does SSL too, but it doesn't have the Referer thing. Finially a brower which actually follows that obscure bit of the RFC
Channel 4 haven't been showing reruns of Ally McBeal in the afternoons this week so I'm going to have to watch the deaded new series tonight.