Introducing: The (censored!) icann-people mailing list.

Some weeks ago, I finally gave up on unmoderated discussion of ICANN-related topics. But then again, I’m still not convinced that blogs and icannwatch should be the only places for public discussion of ICANN topics. That’s why I have set up a new …

Some weeks ago, I finally gave up on unmoderated discussion of ICANN-related topics. But then again, I’m still not convinced that blogs and icannwatch should be the only places for public discussion of ICANN topics.That’s why I have set up a new mailing list, called icann-people. The concept is simple: I’ll run the list the autocratic way; no message is distributed unless I believe it is reasonable, and reasonably relevant to the ICANN community.Subscribe here. When enough people have come together, I’ll send an initial posting to let you know.

If your aggregator lacks iso-8859-15.enc….

…, then this bug report was made for you. (I finally fixed some standards compliance issues with this blog. This exercise included correctly tagging all content here as iso-8859-15 — after all, I’m occasionally writing ??? signs. As a result, mt-…

…, then this bug report was made for you.(I finally fixed some standards compliance issues with this blog. This exercise included correctly tagging all content here as iso-8859-15 — after all, I’m occasionally writing 、 signs. As a result, mt-rssfeed stopped being able to read my own RSS feeds. Generating iso-8859-15.enc according to the instructions above and copying it to the appropriate place on the system fixed that problem.)

The Perfect Laptop/Gadget Bag?

I’ve been lugging my laptops and assorted gadgets around half the globe in a variety of bags — from too heavy backpacks and Dell bags (providing good protection, but almost heavier than the laptop itself) to flimsy conference give-away bags, noth…

I’ve been lugging my laptops and assorted gadgets around half the globe in a variety of bags — from too heavy backpacks and Dell bags (providing good protection, but almost heavier than the laptop itself) to flimsy conference give-away bags, nothing seemed right.The ideal laptop bag to me must be within the limits for cabin luggage, spacious inside, lightweight, robust, and provide some reasonable protection to the electronics stored in it. Where do I get it?