Internet post archive

  1. New services aren’t only Twitter replacements
  2. Macroblogging
  3. A generative AI provider almost gets it
  4. Combatting RSS overload
  5. Missing my 876-page milestone
  6. Archiving from The Internet Archive
  7. Some August housekeeping
  8. We noticed a new login to your …!
  9. Cory Doctorow on privacy
  10. URL changes and password managers
  11. Sources in my saving video post
  12. Your generative AI wouldn’t steal a fleet of cars
  13. Twitter renaming to X
  14. Using the “right” social networks
  15. If you care about it, archive it: take two
  16. Web form has a free text field? Say thanks!
  17. My home IPv6 network plans
  18. An interesting time for (text?) social media again
  19. The Law of Mobility
  20. I’m
  21. Julia Evans posts about blogging myths
  22. Sites redirecting you to localised nothing
  23. Raising voices on video calls
  24. Reddit, LLMs, APIs, TLAs
  25. A “read more” link in GoHugo
  26. No more @Rubenerd_Blog Twitter posts
  27. Ohai, feels weird being back
  28. Dave Winer: an armada of Twitters
  29. Twitter Circles feature leaked data, as expected
  30. AI companies spamming abuse email addresses
  31. Timestamps are all over the place
  32. Urban sprawl guarenteed the success of online retail
  33. Greg Lehey on interoperability
  34. Loading your website experience
  35. I like how Gemini handles links
  36. The brave new world of procedurally-generated stores
  37. Even chatbots are better than web search
  38. Ryan Barrett on HTTP content negotiation
  39. I want to redo or stop using categories
  40. This is my first post backed up to Codeberg
  41. Cleaning up metadata, and building with Dublin Core
  42. Legal versus ethical
  43. Newsletter spam… out of nowhere!
  44. Journalists failing in their AI chatbot reporting
  45. Happy 25th birthday, XML!
  46. Security firm finds exposed customer data in backups
  47. Hiding MediaWiki meta generator version
  48. Recanting my post on defensive blogging
  49. The elusive textInput form in RSS feeds
  50. The writer of also uses desktop email
  51. The “I lost my phone” scam
  52. Comments on FeedLand roadmap
  53. Exploiting taxi queue systems for profit
  54. The mysterious textInput RSS field
  55. Dave asks about the WordPress block editor
  56. Joe Biden’s online privacy op-ed
  57. Making mistakes with NICs
  58. A new sign in was detected
  59. The solution to centralisation
  60. Dismissing criticism with workarounds
  61. This driver must get around
  62. Single greatest piece of spam I’ve ever received
  63. The beauty of CGI and simple design, by Hales
  64. Banning video apps
  65. 2022 blog h-highlights!
  66. Rejected cards and waking an IT team up
  67. Some blog ideas I’m considering for 2023
  68. The encouraging pushback against game NFTs
  69. Password managers must encrypt metadata too
  70. You searched for a user’s guide, sir?
  71. Why I live out of FeedLand for RSS now
  72. Another lacklustre RSS pitch
  73. Demand for ads on the receiving end
  74. Black Friday as an opportunity to unsubscribe
  75. Website security word salad
  76. Feedback about Gemini and Gopher
  77. Thinking aloud about Gemini and Gopher
  78. An app to not be run over
  79. End of October 2022 links
  80. Content, engagement, and extraction
  81. Do you log out of sites?
  82. David Gerard’s cryptocurrency talk
  83. Archive it if you care about it
  84. This news site link may surprise you
  85. If you want to understand reality, don’t be pedantic
  86. Software engagement versus utility
  87. Answering “yeah, but is the solution secure?”
  88. Railway interest in IoT devices growing
  89. Handwritten HTML sites
  90. Heroku cancelling free and inactive accounts
  91. are spammers
  92. Jorge Fábregas and I discuss blog cadence
  93. New-ish theme for 2022
  94. Thinking aloud about web engagement
  95. People who end comments with an ellipsis…
  96. Feedback from @Tubsta, @Crosse3, Paul Traylor
  97. When CDNs and DDoS vendors go offline
  98. Yahoo Mail looks… good!
  99. The Uber files
  100. Why I tend to avoid reading social news comments
  101. A decade without blog comments
  102. Web design 101: field order matters
  103. Cryptocurrency waste, in all senses of the word
  104. Social media trains us to think in black/white
  105. Using meaningful email subject lines for alerts
  106. US DOJ won’t charge for security research
  107. Why bought sites get taken offline
  108. The two identities of the Australian ATO
  109. Prematurely labelling RSS feeds as inactive
  110. Confusing toll-free numbers for 2FA codes
  111. Britannica came up before Wikipedia
  112. Figuring out things before the Internet
  113. A modern web payment login process
  114. How Ukraine’s banks continued to operate
  115. TNL’s Nine Pillars of Digital Justice
  116. Twitter, Netflix, and infinite growth
  117. Vintage social network sentences
  118. Feedback on fake requests and back doors
  119. Fake law enforcement with encryption backdoors
  120. Alexander Schneider has a blog!
  121. Social media filters need image recognition
  122. 8,000 post feedback, and regular writing
  123. 8,000 blog posts!?
  124. The surprising backlash against RSS
  125. Comparitech are spammers
  126. Bought a GPU or mattress? Here are ads for more!
  127. Debating whether to have blog post types
  128. “Sexy cosplay” spam
  129. Client-side name and location validation
  130. Chilling effects on defensive social media posts
  131. Geographic domain spam
  132. Defensive social media posts
  133. Tweaking my blog theme fonts for *nix users
  134. The “fundamental problem” with NFTs
  135. UI design is as much about expectations
  136. Why IPv6 isn’t more widespread
  137. Australian energy company data collection
  138. Don’t invest in cryptocurrencies
  139. Using innocuous prompts as hooks
  140. Why are people falling for NFTs?
  141. Account spam from @PayPal?
  142. Number of posts last year
  143. URL trends from 2013
  144. SgLinks the next URL shortener to go
  145. Fine art accounts on The Bird Site
  146. Reading people’s blog archives
  147. Accounts calling out the duped
  148. Lance Ulanoff on social media addiction
  149. James’ Coffee Blog Advent of Bloggers
  150. To do this one thing, scroll down that far!
  151. Log4Shell
  152. RSS feeds with pictures of the day
  153. Crypto-“currency” snakeoil
  154. Faux chatbot notification tabjacking
  155. Keanu Reeves on NFTs
  156. The cloud is just someone else’s pager
  157. When did it become: “delivered to your inbox”?
  158. Trying The Old Reader
  159. Not just the algorithm, it’s Zuck’s company too
  160. My favourite StackOverflow answers
  161. The Economist’s insight into Big Tech during Covid
  162. Joke images on social media as a signal
  163. Organising posts by date
  164. Brandon Quakkelaar on the beauty of RSS
  165. Stephen Diehl on NFTs
  166.’s password advice
  167. Dark mode theme now live
  168. Hales on Javascript-loaded assets
  169. Disparate thoughts about VPNs
  170. James Gallagher’s IndieWeb Search
  171. Internetting good, via @heyjovo and @jkloss4
  172. Archiving 24 years of personal email
  173. Nora Tindall on the modern web
  174. Considering the context of IT systems
  175. The best we can do with passphrases now
  176. The future of the Jekyll static-site generator
  177. Your own platform is king
  178. Omake refresh, and the state of blogrolls
  179. Yeah but, like, you weren’t there man!
  180. Redundant passphrase requirements are
  181. Conflating security with privacy
  182. Tech and online meetings
  183. Decluttering with uBlock Origin
  184. Who in the world is Pitney Bowes?
  185. Soundtrax: No music download for you
  186. Why do you timezone, Ruben?
  187. Australia’s Internet fun this morning
  188. CISA’s exploited vulnerabilities report for 2021
  189. This site is mobile friendly
  190. Defensive blogging
  191. RSS feedback from Simon Ruderich
  192. Feedback on duplicate RSS dates
  193. Exploring HTML cite attributes
  194. James’s (aka capjamesg’s) coffee blog
  195. Umar Getazazov helps me fix things
  196. Happy International Webloggers Day 2021
  197. Inline links to videos with play buttons
  198. Reddit’s /r/blogging, and my own advice
  199. Block jquery.nicescroll.js to make sites responsive
  200. The most dangerous things in tech
  201. Twitter account for this site is back
  202. Add to my to do list: bait and switch
  203. When your customers want your service down
  204. Two types of comparison sites
  205. ACIC’s expanded surveillance submission
  206. Disabling memberships in Ghost 4 blogs
  207. I have a Linktree
  208. A 580 pixel blog width
  209. Opting out of Google’s FLoC
  210. The rise of online readability scrapers
  211. What was the first thing you were flamed for?
  212. How I blog regularly
  213. Feedback from Thomas Jensen
  214. No more JavaScript frameworks
  215. Wedge the Ever Given anywhere
  216. Email signatures that wake you up
  217. Chromium monoculture marches on
  218. linked to on
  219. Quote from @Aral on debugging
  220. Hackers are malicious
  221. Hales on unexpected LiveJournals
  222. has a LiveJournal?
  223. Truth in advertising hits Twitter
  224. The Internet interprets censorship as damage?
  225. Email unsubscribe fail: Trustwave
  226. Follow me on Mastodon
  227. Replacing Facebook news with RSS feeds
  228. Reinventing visual metaphors for no benefit
  229. Being victim of another data breach
  230. Apology for spam #9001
  231. Talk to me… goose?
  232. That one specific spammer who can’t pad
  233. Microblog, week 3 of 2021
  234. “You wrote about X, can you link to me?”
  235. Abandoned blogs as time capsules
  236. Microblog, week 2 of 2021
  237. Whole Wheat Radio whipped the llama’s arse
  238. Taking a Twitter break
  239. Drowning in popups, part two
  240. Network backdoors and layers
  241. Wordle for 2020
  242. Feedback on my blog-as-a-business post
  243. “Turn your audience into a business”
  244. The media's culpability in the NBN
  245. Trying WordPress again after a few years
  246. Acronym Finder isn’t one
  247. Spelling mistakes for week 48, 2020
  248. An online place of record
  249. Video conference fatigue
  250. Lessons learned from the 2016 Australian census?
  251. Clickbait
  252. Interfering with opening in new tabs
  253. Trying an alternative to RSS topic folders
  254. Being a customer, not a producer
  255. Where to find the BBC’s RSS feeds
  256. How my latest Twitter break is going
  257. Now Captchas are just messing with me
  258. John Naughton on the Internet-of-Things
  259. Apologies for not posting your comments yet
  260. The Australian government’s NBN backflip
  261. Hacker News: Why aren’t we all more serious?
  262. Hacker News on my audio kill switch post
  263. Twenty posts per page
  264. If we could demand the same security answers
  265. When services always had RSS
  266. NBN already outdated
  267. Easier to read, maintain, and extend
  268. Mr Orange, and Joe Biden’s hires from tech
  269. A social network’s inaccuracy
  270. Technical support airing personal details in public
  271. To static site, or not, again
  272. Working from home still tenuous sometimes
  273. Those email-unsubscribe reasons
  274. Update on split username-password forms
  275. A thousand drafts
  276. Airgapped devices and networks
  277. Friday Fanmail: Machon SERP, and a novella quote
  278. SimilarTech’s site analysis only half wrong
  279. An analysis of native IoT advertising
  280. Semantic discussion of macOS plists
  281. Bitcoin scam sites
  282. Making RSS prominent again
  283. Remembering Sun and MySQL in 2008
  284. Renaming git default branch to trunk
  285. Booting from an ISO on OrionVM
  286. Add MJ12bot to your web server spam lists
  287. Two-factor auth codes need to be chunked better
  288. Still getting mail from a leaked database
  289. The web we lost: a retrospective
  290. When reCAPTCHA attacks
  291. ACCC’s March quarter 2020 report
  292. RSS is more than plumbing
  293. eBay Saved Search emails ignore geography
  294. NetWare IPX/SFX slides
  295. IoT, and Hypponen’s law
  296. Ministers not wanting the COVID tracking app
  297. 686 pages
  298. Digital connectivity is oil?
  299. Follow-up to my fintech security post
  300. Even respected sites are failing to address fintech security
  301. FreeBSD consolidation, and spam apologies
  302. Anecdotal Ethernet interference
  303. An update from Stack Exchange on licencing
  304. CSS didn’t decouple content from presentation
  305. An old domain whitelist text file
  306. NNTP
  307. Australian FTTN and metadata surveillance
  308. Stepping on anything other than unsubscribe
  309. Some delightful late January spam
  310. Fifteen years of posts
  311. Windows Insider takes cake for worst unsubscribe
  312. Curly quote fix coming for Hugo 0.6x
  313. I may even republish their spam
  314. 666 pages
  315. Rearranging The Verge’s tech flops list
  316. Here’s your PIN, here's the eBay PIN…
  317. Curly quotes broken in Goldmark, Hugo
  318. Wikipedia’s mathematics articles need work
  319. Do you agree to accept our cookies?
  320. Yahoo Groups deletion follow up
  321. Twitter threads should be blog posts
  322. Unsub me already: Sprint, fail
  323. Site updates, late November 2019
  324. Out of stock, now with free shipping
  325. Ubiquiti’s phoning home issues
  326. Fitbit and Yahoo Groups
  327. Australian broadband adventures, Q3 2019
  328. When you book hotels online
  329. Fixing Hugo JSON-LD
  330. Cisco’s internal network issues
  331. Google against W3C privacy push
  332. SEA ME WE3 Singapore-Perth cable cut
  333. Hales fixes my RSS
  334. Fixing Hugo pagination in 0.58
  335. Please don’t use fixed-position navigation bars
  336. The xkcd password leak
  337. Helpful internet people
  338. Fun with a phpMyAdmin honeypot
  339. Common myths about private browsing
  340. Can’t change Slack private channels to public
  341. Where do you find the time to blog?
  342. When someone close nearly got phone scammed
  343. Feedback from @infinitary
  344. Using Subversion with GitHub
  345. Design anti-patterns: Misleading buttons
  346. Unlimited plans are almost always flops
  347. Australian IT firms not consulted about #aabill
  348. URLs, URIs, URNs
  349. When CDNs say you have malware
  350. Thanking Dropbox for the final stick
  351. Manchester Baby, and Elizebath CityCenter [sic]
  352. Anti-trust suits, then and now
  353. Tweeting about FreeBSD, NetBSD
  354. Hugo generator deprecation warnings
  355. He’s back, with housekeeping
  356. Michael W. Lucas: Control your platform
  357. OrionVM launches Melbourne PoP
  358. Richard Di Natale on Australia’s #aabill
  359. Rename IPSec peers in VyOS
  360. When people answer questions with “why?”
  361. Elizabeth Warren breaking up big IT
  362. DuckDuckGo features keep surprising me
  363. Serverless
  364. Another (site) bites the dust
  365. AAPT on moving off copper
  366. Sceptical of synergies
  367. How web businesses surprised me
  368. Australian IT in the budget reply speech
  369. The @georgiecel on what to read
  370. Spam disclaimers
  371. Another new newsletter abusing email lists
  372. Facebook’s lobbying against global privacy laws
  373. Flat design on websites
  374. Testing HTTPS/TLS sites
  375. macOS not downgrading Wi-Fi security
  376. FeedReader: Generally safe
  377. When client-side validation attacks
  378. Our moving NBN adventure
  379. Delivering blog post text in RSS
  380. Exporting data from closing web services
  381. Decentraleyes
  382. Pinterest’s CEO and his service
  383. Box doesn’t do Markdown
  384. Digital Dark Age, even within sites
  385. I came across Latest Posts with $5,900,000
  386. Posting regularity
  387. Stack Overflow survey 2019
  388. Firefox disabling auto-playing video
  389. Churning to Superloop
  390. Source RSS namespace has moved
  391. Dublin Core in HTML5
  392. Pointless Rubenerd stats: The
  393. After the jump
  394. Not ranking well for certain keyword phrases
  395. Self-redundancy
  396. What blogging is
  397. Bell Canada wanting permission to track customers
  398. Cheaper, and more affordable
  399. Information war
  400. Stack Exchange first response: why?
  401. Revenue and responsibility
  402. Yes, the #AABill is about encryption
  403. Australia’s new anti-encryption bill
  404. Updating Apple Support Communities
  405. If you want encryption, you support…
  406. IBM CEO on Silicon Valley privacy
  407. Those white collars
  408. Wikia now Fandom
  409. The new most convoluted unsubscribe process
  410. How likely are you to recommend…?
  411. A new type of blog referral spam
  412. Speaking of buyouts, M1?
  413. My own Twitter policy
  414. Confirmation shaming feedback from @sjdorst, @FiatSlug1
  415. Confirm shaming
  416. Cloudflare’s domain registrar
  417. Friday Fanmail: Accosting SEO
  418. is excited
  419. Telstra feedback survey
  420. Feather preening
  421. Seeing Chermside at Chatswood
  422. Dark patterns in networking email
  423. Mosh on Amazon Lightsail
  424. Save the web; wait, not you!
  425. Schady’s back, tell a friend
  426. Facebook browser console ASCII art
  427. See you soon
  428. How do you make time to blog!?
  429. Performance management Friday Fanmail
  430. Full page newsletter signup trends
  431. Friday Fanmail: Pressurising in your city
  432. ModernWebBloat.js
  433. Truncated to sixty pages
  434. Carved Friday Fanmail
  435. 567 pages
  436. Wildcard and DNS Let’s Encrypt certificates
  437. Lots of typos, even for me
  438. Scrolling to get to content
  439. The greatest Yahoo! Answer ever
  440. Friday fanmail: Business builder
  441. Another Bitbucket easter egg
  442. No more Optus dialup
  443. A bit more of O’Reilly vanishes
  444. This techno-utopia
  445. Friday Fanmail: Marvis
  446. Please explain summaries, Wikipedia editors
  447. Friday Fanmail: Charlotte
  448. That wireless shield icon
  449. CRN mobile network outage poll
  450. Building beautiful websites
  451. Friday Fanmail: $1009
  452. IPv6 address easter eggs
  453. Lists and outlines
  454. Feedback on static comments
  455. New frontmatter generator
  456. RFC: Comment systems
  457. Vertel Etherwave
  458. Replacing social networks with RSS
  459. Goodbye, Digg Reader
  460. Friday fanmail: I noticed your website
  461. The Facebook market failure
  462. More regressive web design stickyness
  463. How does one push 0.4 of a commit?
  464. Lightbox popups and push notifications
  465. We are not spammers
  466. Still on Upian’s Hot Links!
  467. Followup NBN post
  468. The original NBN was bad, because Turnbull?
  469. Two-factor auth and password managers
  470. Bitcoin with vests
  471. Bitcoin spam with amber
  472. Bitcoin spam and cheese
  473. GitHub supported manifest files
  474. Yearly archives in GoHugo
  475. Time for configuration management
  476. Blogging in 2018
  477. Buried under eBay chargers
  478. CRN poll on fate of the NBN
  479. Retina image downscaling with CSS
  480. Dangerous of reporting on “wiki” and “crypto”
  481. Verifying my
  482. using Let’s Encrypt
  483. Friday Fanmail: Mark Waller
  484. Activities and Visitors!
  485. Advanced protection from Google instead?
  486. Enter username, hit button, enter password
  487. No more plain text Zendesk
  488. You can (not) advance to Safe Senders
  489. Rubenerd 2017 theme live
  490. Five hundred pages
  491. Motor racing shopping trolley
  492. Did you have a chance to review my last email?
  493. Fresh spam
  494. Scott Ludlam
  495. Citibank Australia and Safari
  496. JSON Feed, and JSON in RSS
  497. Fibre to the Node
  498. Hamburger icons
  499. Who’s to blame for slow AU broadband?
  500. Mr Brandis, You Can (Not) Decrypt
  501. Social norms and coffee shops
  502. July 2017 Rubenerd spam
  503. Goodbye,
  504. Here’s an email for a received message
  505. The blight of expired Let’s Encrypt certs
  506. Flex
  507. Sending back UTM links
  508. Big Boy
  509. No more local Singapore-Malaysia calls, kinda
  510. in IFTTT
  511. Sila’s gamble
  512. Rhipe Prime Portal
  513. Atlassian, I am disappoint
  514. Record answers for Apple secret questions
  515. The most 21st century paragraph ever
  516. Valentine termination spam
  517. Civil use of Australia's mandatory metadata
  518. Hugo 0.18.1
  519. BBS automotive spam
  520. Australian ISPs to block torrent sites
  521. More sold and closed OpenStack clouds
  522. Getting into blogging
  523. No more public Dropbox folders
  524. Colleague feedback
  525. Offshore Singapore bank accounts
  526. Trip back in time: cost of encryption
  527. Megaport newsletters
  528. Reasons to use HTTPS
  529. Wikipedia user groups
  530. Unbounce Convertables
  531. A complete meal newsletter unsubscription
  532. Graduate Outcomes Survey
  533. Sell or promote spam
  534. Women in IT on Slashdot
  535. A week of posts at once
  536. Here's looking at you, Facebook
  537. Moving from del.ici.ous to Pinboard
  538. Four rules for web form design
  539. Goodbye, Internet Explorer 6
  540. Newsletter abuse
  541. Goodbye, Instapaper
  542. If it isn’t right for you right now
  543. The derived namespace
  544. IT snow days
  545. Mr Turnbull on the NBN and #CensusFail
  546. Confluence as a family wiki
  547. Over 9,000 and Sysadmin Day
  548. Alternative Let’s Encrypt Clients
  549. Kindly, Don’t Do That
  550. Boxed–up posts
  551. How likely to recommend emails
  552. The NBN is dead, but look at the kitten!
  553. Facebook privacy
  554. #Spam Traffic Monsoon!
  555. RFID spam
  556. Thunderbird 1024
  557. Amazon's vexillology needs some work
  558. Melbourne IT on graceful degradation
  559. When NinjaFirewall attacks
  560. When password character limits attack
  561. Blocked networking between EC2 instances
  562. MIT algorithm for page speed
  563. Australia's failed NBN
  564. Venture capital firm spam
  565. Death by CloudFront
  566. The Great GitHub Outage of 2016
  567. Ian Potts
  568. The Venus is in the Horsehead Nebula
  569. CSS was a missed opportunity, part 2
  570. Outlook Web Access
  571. This month's unsubscribe fun: Pinterest
  572. Turnbull’s moot startup point
  573. Facebook like-buying #Spam
  574. Australian privacy, NBN net neutrality, and other news
  575. WordPress 2015 Survey
  576. When Truncation Attacks: IT News
  577. Cancelling PayPal subscriptions
  578. You’re not part of the problem if you criticise FTTN
  579. TPG’s Vodafone switch
  580. Tracking loved ones, with victim blaming
  581. Unsubscribing from ZDNet newsletters
  582. My newsletter–unsubscribe score card
  583. Just don’t use Facebook then
  584. Wikipedia has all three homes
  585. When will VoIP kill the telephone?
  586. FreshPorts on GitHub
  587. 444 Rubenerd pages
  588. The xkcd survey
  589. Trolls ruin all the things
  590. Pointless Rubenerd post stats
  591. The HTML5 be evolving, breaking
  592. Flickr Pro doubles the size of its eel
  593. Creative code spammers
  594. A BitBucket easter egg
  595. Poles and wires for the NBN
  596. When nginx add_header don't appear
  597. Wrike Summer
  598. BREAKING: Terrifying police scope–creep spam!
  599. Australia's surveillance tax is on
  600. The @georgiecel on DuckDuckGo
  601. DuckDuckGo
  602. Stopping around the web links
  603. Saccharin spam
  604. Friendfeed shutting down
  605. Fun SEO spammers
  606. When spammers can’t spell their targets
  607. Back to WordPress from Jekyll
  608. Ten friggen years of Rubenerd
  609. My first ever geographically relevant spam
  610. Expired and deleted domains
  611. Ultra super secure invalid passphrases
  612. Improving visual appearance with spam
  613. He knows basically everything spam
  614. The FireHOL flame haze
  615. Not much time left for Github Pages DNS change
  616. Hey, your tag links are blue again
  617. Those DNS network ports
  618. CSS3’s new box-sizing property
  619. Long weekend site designs
  620. Infinite scrolling
  621. Sugary job offers
  622. Latest TPG ISP adventures
  623. The cost of fast TV and web browsing
  624. Featured images
  625. Default servers in nginx
  626. When script kiddies don’t get absolute URLs
  627. You’re subscribed to our new mailing list!
  628. Data retain THIS, Mr Attorney General
  629. The Ohloh Black Duck Open Hub
  630. Basic nginx headers
  631. Media reporting on Dropbox security, privacy
  632. A small list of terrible web clichés
  633. Rubenerd for the next ten years
  634. Remember SOAP?
  635. Sneakernet cloud uploads
  636. Jekyll dates
  637. S/MIME in Mac Outlook
  638. Windows 8 Mail and S/MIME
  639. intl PECL extension not available
  640. Ladar Levison, and tapping is easy right?
  641. Why Lavabit shut down
  642. This is bad for the Internet
  643. Getting rid of Cisco spam
  644. This is my 77,777th tweet
  645. One hiccup using Tumblr as a blog platform
  646. The OpenSSL heart bleeds
  647. Tumblr as a blogging platform
  648. Disconnect for ALL the browsers
  649. Ruben and Malcolm’s technology mix
  650. All the better for Wikipedia to see you with
  651. Digg is back, and spamming us
  652. The @caseyliss and pedantic critiques
  653. Electronic inclusionism
  654. HTML5 renders XHTML mimetypes invalid?
  655. IMAP email followup
  656. Finally moving to Fastmail, or another provider?
  657. The @JamieJakov on my daily posts
  658. Amazon wish list addresses
  659. SoylentNews is people
  660. Practical, private Dropbox use cases
  661. HTML5 @georgiecel @zoomosis timestamps
  662. HTML5 deprecates dates
  663. Why I publish a PGP public key
  664. My own (albeit small) internet extortion adventure
  665. Flu-like words, late at night, to my Terminal
  666. #PostADay2014
  667. Downloading from multiple sources with aria2
  668. The sound of PPPoE silence
  669. Hidden messages in HTML email
  670. Validating HTML 3.2 pages, like it’s 1997
  671. Client–side blogging
  672. Wikipedia on DuckDuckGo and Google
  673. A public service message on Helvetica Neue Ultra Light
  674. Amazon Cloud Drive
  675. Five posts
  676. Scaling images for responsive designs
  677. Webkit font smoothing
  678. ClaimID
  679. 2013 Wordle
  680. Happy 9th Birthday, Rubenerd Weblog!
  681. Yearly draft cleanout
  682. Confessions of a Blogger who dislikes these posts
  683. Aviation stuff you learn from Wikipedia
  684. Access Virtualisation in the Kusnetzky Model
  685. Outlook Web Access and NoScript
  686. The Gimp on SourceForge shenanigans
  687. CSS float away
  688. US Congress nearly cost me an exam
  689. So we heard you like being in ads
  690. Goodbye GitHub Pages
  691. When the site had a meltdown
  692. Quora is the new Expertsexchange (cc @jlist)
  693. UTS Student Experience Survey 2013
  694. A tour of the Equinix SY3 data centre in Sydney
  695. Remembering the goals of IT security
  696. Because, that’s why
  697. A date with my invalid RDF feed
  698. Testing
  699. Lessons from Jekyll and Github pages
  700. Testing the site in IE 10
  701. My own WordPress to Jekyll adventure
  702. Technopreneur
  703. Obama’s 2009 whistleblower promise
  704. Hello, World!
  705. Why I’m sticking with RSS
  706. W3C RDFa validation works, thanks @sideshowbarker
  707. IDG Connect retro logo is retro
  708. W3C HTML5 validator no longer accepting RDFa?
  709. So long Mr Conroy, thanks for all the fish
  710. SalesForce Oracle supposition soup
  711. The real barrier to SaaS adoption
  712. HKSAR Government statement on Edward Snowden
  713. Twitter won’t load on #TPG in the evenings
  714. Why we should care about a retired Twitter API
  715. Replacing RSS author with Dublin Core’s dc:creator
  716. Philosocisco
  717. If you see this tweeted, you’re luckier than me!
  718. When wiki truncation attacks
  719. The only networking guy around here
  720. Go home, site value estimators
  721. On the open nature of Cisco’s EIGRP
  722. One does not simply network meme
  723. What’s wrong with technical answer sites
  724. Sorry Scoble, @Om was right on privacy
  725. Google Keep?
  726. The @Giz_au apoligises for calling me stupid, kinda
  727. Goodbye Google Reader
  728. Arigato @risuchiin
  729. Post ID #11011
  730. Pinterest
  731. After @Giz_au says I look stupid, they delete my comment
  732. Why CSS sucks
  733. O’Reilly publishing: Muscle Nutshell
  734. When @giz_au said I looked stupid
  735. Unsubscribing from StackExchange pandas
  736. Yay, my Twitter was breached!
  737. Amazon, please check where your customers are
  738. Yahoo! Mail finally gets SSL!
  739. It’s Not Apple So It’s Okay™
  740. How many comments does it take to ruin a joke?
  741. 2012 Wordle
  742. Well hello, @yaakov_h!
  743. Minor site tweaks of doom
  744. Soon we can download an archive of our tweets
  745. ISDN faster than ADSL!
  746. I didn’t pay @CaramelJune for this one
  747. My first Perl CGI script website nostalgia thing!
  748. Now @Technorati can’t tell what a blog is?
  749. Technorati re-verification
  750. Disable some of Google’s tracking
  751. Preemptive Amazon nostalgia
  752. Chrome supports DNT, finally
  753. Chrome OS: I see what you did there ZDNet
  754. UTS site defaced with plaintext passwords
  755. Google still silent on non-JavaScript +1
  756. Are sites storing your passwords securely?
  757. Want to see a cool gear animation?
  758. People still fall for this Twitter DM spam?
  759. More Gmailers than Hotmailers?
  760. Stallman Schneier Stuxnet Security
  761. Wikipedia’s latent research heaven!
  762. Goodbye blog comments!
  763. Hey you, read @jamiejakovBlog
  764. Followup to my Bitcoin post
  765. Review and pronounciation of Wuala!
  766. I was wrong about Google Street View
  767. Did Google Drive rip off Vplayer? Not really!
  768. Google Drive
  769. Facebook saved Twitter $1 billion?
  770. Goodbye Google+, I hardly used thee
  771. CNN Mashable
  772. Sydney in three words, maybe
  773. FourSquare OpenStreetMap winning
  774. #AtheistRollCall
  775. Google didn’t decide to drop mobile Flash
  776. Microsoft India stores plaintext passwords
  777. Czech Republic suspends #ACTA
  778. Google has merged their TOS… so?
  779. Your car was stolen in London too?
  780. Scared of Google? You won’t be of Microsoft!
  781. Yo trader, what Facebook at?
  782. Megauploads to delete user data?
  783. #TwitterBlackout
  784. That Focus on the User Google thing
  785. Pointless post #4300 celebrations!
  786. Nothing on Megaupload you haven’t read already
  787. Waiter, David Aaronovitch’s SOPA piece is cold
  788. Wikipedia’s soft #sopablackout
  789. Blacked out [this post] for SOPA et al
  790. What’s wrong with the world in two tweets
  791. Probably not Google AntiTrust+
  792. A query on post frequency from @Sebasu_tan
  793. Google profits more from legitimate ads
  794. [Outage] 2012.01.05
  795. Social media New Year’s resolution things
  796. A blast from the Twitter 2007 past!
  797. Post A Day 2011 reflections
  798. My 2011 posts in a Wordle
  799. Telstra customers exposed, again?
  800. Made it through Post A Day 2011!
  801. The @GoDaddy to @Hover move begineth
  802. Goodbye GoDaddy, finally
  803. Almost no point posting this iinode entry
  804. Changing your Singapore Mocca email
  805. Changing my VMware email saga
  806. If only they used Google Scholar…
  807. A belated Alec Baldwin OMG!
  808. NineMSN has both kinds: Country AND Western!
  809. Telstra joins the Plaintext Password Parade
  810. WordPress memory lane, and time to move on?
  811. TheyLikeCamelCaseAtGmail
  812. @Gowalla bought by Facebook
  813. #QantasLuxury
  814. Voting for a non-JavaScript Google +1 method
  815. Google_nomap?
  816. Google Sidewiki
  817. How to start blogging, for @JerryNovak
  818. Downloading before Google Buzzes off!
  820. Google Reader +1 fail
  821. Health benefits of writing, blogging and whatnot
  822. All study, no play makes Ruben CSMA/CA
  823. @Sebasu_tan and @hanezawakirika on design
  824. Seem like legit reasons to stop talking
  825. Some J-Walk Rubenerd graph goodness
  826. YouTube launches in The Singapore
  827. Goodbye to the J-Walk Blog after 9 years
  828. Our first throttling in Earlwood
  829. Is Facebook any different? I think so
  830. The blog of @Sebasu_tan
  831. CNET have their old logo back!
  832. Online universities won’t be cheaper
  833. Hacker News trolls #2
  834. touché
  835. Goodbye @Gowalla
  836. [Outage] Net Logistics, 2011.09.23
  837. TPG in SG, FYI
  838. Rubenerd site history for the 4000th post!
  839. [Outage] 2011.09.18
  840. On this day in 2006: Blu-Ray and song songs
  841. Fake trust seals, with bad puns
  842. Webify me, Mozilla!
  843. Google TinEye?
  844. Links for 2011-09-03
  845. 42 more days of J-Walk
  846. 7 of 8, Tertiary Adjunct to Unimatrix Discovery News
  847. What have you purchased online?
  848. Links for 2011-08-30
  849. Links for 2011-08-28
  850. Goodbye CmdrTako
  851. We don’t need fibre optic and power cables!
  852. Links for 2011-08-26
  853. Great advertising for a technology university!
  854. Hacker News are such trolls
  855. Ruben + Nerd = Rubenerd?
  856. Links for 2011-08-11
  857. 20 years of the World Wide Web
  858. Farewell Old Twitter
  859. Links for 2011-08-07
  860. Links for 2011-08-04
  861. Links for 2011-08-01
  862. Links for 2011-07-31
  863. Links for 2011-07-28
  864. Vertically centred text in CSS
  865. Links for 2011-07-27
  866. 509 Bandwidth Limited Exceeded
  867. Links for 2011-07-24
  868. Warn of Murdoch in Firefox and Chrome
  869. Links for 2011-07-20
  870. @Scobleizer on Twitter and Google+
  871. Links for 2011-07-18
  872. I vouch for SBS Radio!
  873. Links for 2011-07-17
  874. Links for 2011-07-16
  875. Links for 2011-07-15
  876. My own TechCrunch template
  877. Links for 2011-07-14
  878. WordPress’s 8888 ID post of fortune!
  879. Ten disturbing things about the Interpol filter
  880. Links for 2011-07-09
  881. Google +1 buttons here as well?
  882. Links for 2011-07-07
  883. What does Google know of your interests?
  884. At least they asked
  885. Links for 2011-07-06
  886. Google+, Google Plus, that thing
  887. Do you need another social network?
  888. @djackmanson, @omegatron and trolls
  889. Links for 2011-06-30
  890. Thank you Hakeae and all of you!
  891. Neil Collins, Esquire
  892. Steve Rubel adopts a Tumbeast, has no more pets
  893. Why do Aussie banks need a wakeup call!?
  894. Don’t be a cloud tool, use them as tools!
  895. Still subscribed to my old RSS feed?
  896. Links for 2011-05-31
  897. Post #3666! Run away!
  898. Blogging when you should be tweeting?
  899. Openinternet commonsensification
  900. Links for 2011-05-25
  901. Links for 2011-05-24
  902. HTML5 versus XHTML
  903. eBay Australia sending me postal bags?
  904. Links for 2011-05-16
  905. Links for 2011-05-11
  906. Microskype, or Skyperosoft?
  907. Links for 2011-05-10
  908. Links for 2011-05-09
  909. Links for 2011-05-05
  910. Twitter Borg?
  911. Law enforcement usurping botnet control
  912. 1,024 Folding@Home work units!
  913. Links for 2011-05-02
  914. How to make Google good again
  915. Links for 2011-04-28
  916. AVOS
  917. Apple Android locationgate whatnot
  918. Links for 2011-04-27
  919. Get rid of the HootSuite social bar for good!
  920. On ANZAC Day, New Zealanders get this?
  921. Skools and Aussie Vodafone outages
  922. Links for 2011-04-24
  923. Maroon 5 local drive (hey I made a rhyme!)
  924. Cloudgate sounds like a toothpaste
  925. Links for 2011-04-20
  926. Yahoo still doesn’t get it
  927. Dropping some sanity… into a box
  928. After 6 years, Rubenerd Purple is back!
  929. Oh noes, data caps!
  930. Hiding categories in WordPress 3.1.1
  931. Links for 2011-04-15
  932. Can’t change a page’s default template!?
  933. France to require cleartext passphrase storage
  934. An Optus microcell? Me want!
  935. A status update!
  936. Can’t import keys for cPanel users?
  937. Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica DMCAness
  938. Links for 2011-04-08
  939. Links for 2011-04-06
  940. Custom SSH ports with sshuttle
  941. Links for 2011-03-31
  942. Could Adobe #fail any more?
  943. Started as a post about Optus YouTube access
  944. Twitter, icy attitude to developers, inevitability
  945. Westpac Bank internet security
  946. Links for 2011-03-11
  947. Google’s non-existent whitelists… exist
  948. Transitions in CSS3?
  949. Links for 2011-03-10
  950. Links for 2011-03-07
  951. Bruce Clement asks why you blog
  952. Like buttons, Facebookers the new AOLers
  953. Links for 2011-03-03
  954. Youths not concerned about online privacy
  955. This made me cry a little inside
  956. Hiding categories in WordPress 3.1
  957. 3333 posts!
  958. Links for 2011-02-18
  959. Site is back online
  960. Torch him! He dissed IPv6!
  961. Links for 2011-02-15
  962. Gizmodo Getting Graceful deGradation?
  963. Bing copying Google, apologies to Jack Johnson
  964. My uninformed rant on IPv6: being sold
  965. Twitter could fix URL shorteners
  966. RubyURL joins urlTea, parrots
  967. Last comment on the Chrome WebM debacle
  968. Malcolm Turnbull’s 640KiB moment
  969. The oncoming second IT bubbly thing
  970. Having fun with hotlinkers
  971. Subpoenas make The Cloud more of The Scary
  972. Fixing an old, broken WordPress page
  973. Google Public DNS messing with Apple TVs?
  974. Wired’s How-To wiki can prevent hangovers
  975. Dave Winer’s
  976. compromised, with anecdotes
  977. DNS(ISP, Google Public, Open) rambling
  978. Hey, its a new theme thing
  979. I deleted my Facebook, not you!
  980. being sunsetted?
  981. Wikileaks now available on
  982. ACCC and Optus at a directions hearing?
  983. eBay shipping times for Brazillian Russians
  984. Optus message #Fail
  985. Yesterday was UN World Statistics Day
  986. Whole Wheat Radio group crossroads?
  987. The filter IS a moral issue, Ms Gillard
  988. Goodbye Bloglines, I’ll miss you
  989. Give Ruben an Internet
  990. TechCrunch gets eaten by The AOL
  991. A barely qualifying post on DSLness
  992. Home DSL provisioned! Awwwww yeah!
  993. JavaScript Abuse 101
  994. Ned Flanders on Aussie NBN security
  995. Aussie internet provisioning provisions
  996. Started as a post on a tethered iTelephone
  997. Status update and all that
  998. AOL
  999. Optus and their redundant SMSs
  1000. Has Labor shot down the Aussie net filter?
  1001. 4,294,967,295 new Thunderbird messages?!
  1002. Was Google Wave the SS Great Eastern 2.0?
  1003. No more Facebook Whole Wheat Radio player
  1004. Google can’t internalise empathy
  1005. Move to Net Logistics all done!
  1006. Conroy dubbed Australia’s dumbest MP
  1007. An open letter to Tumblr Twitter users
  1008. Links for 2010-07-27
  1009. Links for 2010-07-26
  1010. SegPub downtime problem #8
  1011. SBS asking the tough questions
  1012. Links for 2010-07-24
  1013. I already read these, Google Reader!
  1014. Links for 2010-07-21
  1015. Links for 2010-07-20
  1016. Telstra’s Internet and Cyber-safety site thing
  1017. Links for 2010-07-17
  1018. Open letter to ZDNet Australia
  1019. Links for 2010-07-12
  1020. Great Firewall of Australia on hold…
  1021. Was YouTube just maliciously hacked?
  1022. No internet filter change under Gillard
  1023. Australia has a female atheist PM! Run away!
  1024. Links for 2010-06-17
  1025. The Starbucks culture in Singapore
  1026. Links for 2010-06-15
  1027. Australia to record browsing history?
  1028. Hate mail on my mum, Windows
  1029. Wind powered Slashdot comments
  1030. Links for 2010-06-06
  1031. Links for 2010-06-05
  1032. Getting a tweet from Cory Doctorow!
  1033. North Korean agents trying to break blogs?
  1034. M1 provided Wireless@SG doesn’t like Qmax
  1035. More SegPub fail without a peep
  1036. Take THAT internet quotas!
  1037. #CloudSourceSG, SalesForce in Singapore
  1038. Jim Kloss woke me up this morning
  1039. Writing a post from… phpMyAdmin
  1040. Site to fight unfair Aussie bank fees
  1041. 14th of May is Kill Your Facebook Day
  1042. Who do you think helped YouTube write this?
  1043. Neanderthal-Human interbreeding ideas
  1044. Steve Jobs ruffles email feathers, again
  1045. Down argh Twitter down gone Twitter argh
  1046. Does Facebook sell me with a pretty bow?
  1047. An unlikely musical Twitter duo
  1048. Whopping 7% of Americans on Twitter
  1049. Circumventing Aussie firewall could be illegal
  1050. Segpub finally fixing my web server?
  1051. Facebook third parties and inconvenient privacy
  1052. Signing the EFA’s petition
  1053. Aussie filter patronises the digital generation
  1054. Links for 2010-04-21
  1055. Aussie Across America and using email better
  1056. #Adelaide #Earthquake Twitterings
  1057. Some midday eBay listing fun
  1058. Neal O’Carroll buying me a coffee
  1059. The Reinvigorated Programmer by Mike Taylor
  1060. Conroy responds to critics… online?
  1061. Host multiple blogs with default WordPress?
  1062. Reframing my Wikipedia critisism as proposals
  1063. The iPhone, iPad forcing people off Flash
  1064. The SHOCKING TRUTH about Disqus, et al
  1065. Uh oh, Facebook pre-approved third-party sites
  1066. Obama frowns at the Great Aussie Firewall
  1067. Singapore, Aussie banks make no sense
  1068. The world has come to an end!
  1069. Qantas newsletters don’t… jump
  1070. Rush Limbaugh, healthcare reform, goodbye!
  1071. Support Electronic Frontiers Australia
  1072. SQL tried and true, but WXR still horribly broken
  1073. Michael Atkinson stepping down (onto a thorn?)
  1074. Could Melody give WordPress some competition?
  1075. New Bus Eireann site review thingy
  1076. Ruby on Rails > Django in one respect…
  1077. Ruben’s biased browser feature table
  1078. 2010.03.18 SegPub outages
  1079. Fielding beats Ludlam, game over folks
  1080. Declaring Google Reader bankruptcy
  1081. Never before seen in a democracy…
  1082. Don’t read this, read Josh Nunn’s Geekorium
  1083. Links for 2010-03-15
  1084. Michael Franks page is only off by 33 years!
  1085. Beware the wrath of @DaveWiner !
  1086. Links for 2010-03-12
  1087. @roel247 just bought me a coffee!
  1088. @cb60089 just bought me coffee!
  1089. Links for 2010-03-10
  1090. My 3rd Twitter anniversary today
  1091. Links for 2010-03-08
  1092. Rescuing Wikipedia from deletors, part two
  1093. Links for 2010-03-06
  1094. Australia starting to lose global respect
  1095. Ruining people’s Google Reader feeds
  1096. Trying out Whole Wheat Radio widgets
  1097. Do I just not get Facebook irony?
  1098. Links for 2010-03-03
  1099. Possible reason for mixed Rudd premier meeting?
  1100. What Jonathan Schwartz couldn’t say
  1101. TweetDeck artefacts aren’t so arty
  1102. Losing my mind, loosly
  1103. Google Ad Planner now… DoubleClick?
  1104. Links for 2010-02-20
  1105. Responding to Aussie internet filter email #1
  1106. Google Reader constantly logging me out
  1107. Welcome to the 21st century Conroy, Atkinson
  1108. Shell’s massive data breach loss thing
  1109. Google Buzz was a Google Facebook moment
  1110. Answering J-Walk’s clock
  1111. Google’s Singapore Chinese New Year #fail
  1112. Foursquare sorta sells out, I’m on Gowalla
  1113. Conroy compares Aussie Firewall to China
  1114. Kent Brockman on 80% Aussie firewall support
  1115. This afternoon’s outage
  1116. Links for 2010-02-08
  1117. It’s started on CNET…
  1118. Canberra is a city a city a city on Wikipedia
  1119. CNET email marketing #fail
  1120. Links for 2010-02-03
  1121. Trialling widescreen Rubenerd theme thingy
  1122. Michael Atkinson steps down on net gag order!
  1123. I broke Google Reader YouTube shenanigans
  1124. Links for 2010-02-01
  1125. Adobe attacks… with figures!
  1126. Politicians avoiding questions video stuff
  1127. Probably no Firefox update security loophole…
  1128. OECD is OECD is OECD on Wikipedia
  1129. Oxfam Haiti relief fund
  1130. Links for 2010-01-19
  1131. Reality check on that Google China thing
  1132. When truncation attacks
  1133. Catching up on a fortnight of happenings
  1134. Heeeeeeeee’s back!
  1135. Rubenerd Blog 24(*10^2)
  1136. Links for 2009-12-22
  1137. The Great Australian and Chinese Firewalls
  1138. How web business still surprises me
  1139. Links for 2009-12-19
  1140. Happy 8th anniversary GigaOm!
  1141. Great Firewall of Australia will happen
  1142. Links for 2009-12-12
  1143. Links for 2009-12-11
  1144. My Open Web Awards, Mashable be darned!
  1145. Short post: Why I blog
  1146. Links for 2009-12-06
  1147. Bing wasn’t the page you wanted
  1148. Market research fail
  1149. Sorry for flooding your blog aggregator!
  1150. Mininova going the way of Suprnova
  1151. Redirecting UniSA email is such a relief!
  1152. PageRank, fast sites, net neutrality?
  1153. CNET advertisement positioning #fail
  1154. Please consider the environment before printing
  1155. Links for 2009-11-21
  1156. Wait, FriendFeed still exists?
  1157. Links for 2009-11-19
  1158. Links for 2009-11-18
  1159. Updated 2009 theme, the crowd gasps!
  1160. Links for 2009-11-13
  1161. Links for 2009-11-12
  1162. League tables will come to Australia
  1163. Esoteric spam that serves no purpose
  1164. VPN connections faster than direct ones?
  1165. Zuckerberg pokes fun at his users!
  1166. Kaspersky’s FreeBSD anti virus! What?
  1167. 24 hour Singapore shops and businesses
  1168. Worrying out loud about JavaScript
  1169. Will Twitter Lists replace TweetDeck Groups?
  1170. Facebook made changes? No, really?
  1171. 2222 posts, and goodbye to GeoCities
  1172. Links for 2009-10-26
  1173. Generalising about Gen Y generalisations!
  1174. A Twitter picture is worth…
  1175. Links for 2009-10-24
  1176. Internode has launched a blog thingy
  1177. Style guidelines are sneaky and difficult
  1178. Singapore Post’s postcode finder
  1179. Jim Kloss on The Whole Wheat Radios
  1180. Cap’n, we’re under attack by Twitter bots!
  1181. StarCraft, South Korea and Wikipedia
  1182. Uh oh, I broke The
  1183. Trying out SmugMug
  1184. Half hour units and WordPress whatnot
  1185. A particularly ironic error message
  1186. Links for 2009-10-12
  1187. Another paid post email thing
  1188. Flickr Pro accounts expire like grilled cheese
  1189. My first Everyday Rewards junk mail
  1190. Links for 2009-10-05
  1191. Multiple online identities are too tiring
  1192. Welcome Google Reader readers!
  1193. Rodrigo Haenggi’s cool new blog
  1194. Deleting, starting my Facebook profile again
  1195. Internode reactivated within a few hours!
  1196. I don’t need no stinkin FormSpring
  1197. Twitter is Google Reader with editors
  1198. Telstra, Optus, Internode killed my study break!
  1199. Home internet down, no new posts
  1200. Links for 2009-09-21
  1201. My sudoku puzzles page is go!
  1202. Don’t use JavaScript to compose pages
  1203. Links for 2009-09-19
  1204. MonnieCakes!
  1205. Rubenerd Fun Fact #82 Spanish homes
  1206. New MyUniSA home page launch
  1207. 2009.09.15 SegPub outage
  1208. Thinking out loud about internet conversations
  1209. Launch of Rubenérd Incorporated
  1210. Links for 2009-09-12
  1211. An iTelephone app advertising fail
  1212. Links for 2009-09-10
  1213. Links for 2009-09-07
  1214. Wikipedia’s new spiffy beta UI
  1215. 2009 Wordle for 2009
  1216. Radio UserLand and the scary cloud
  1217. WordPress summaries on some posts
  1218. 2000 posts and a TweetDeck desktop!
  1219. Sharing your favourite restaurants online
  1220. Live trial of the Great Firewall of Australia
  1221. Links for 2009-08-29
  1222. Links for 2009-08-27
  1223. Mawson Lakes internet since Tuesday
  1224. Rubenerd Blog reached then 1980s!
  1225. Links for 2009-08-26
  1226. I won’t be advertising on Twitter
  1227. Dissecting USA Today article about Twitter
  1228. Links for 2009-08-25
  1229. Repeated SegPub downtime over last few days
  1230. My blog reached the 1960s! Peace Out!
  1231. Links for 2009-08-21
  1232. Google Reader should update feed addresses
  1233. This is a title for a TweetDeck outage post
  1234. Links for 2009-08-19
  1235. Three million Wikipedia articles!
  1236. Links for 2009-08-18
  1237. Links for 2009-08-17
  1238. Links for 2009-08-14
  1239. Links for 2009-08-13
  1240. Phew, NoScript now blocks HTML5 media
  1241. Australian Central Credit Union, PermitCookies
  1242. Facebook buying Friendfeed, off to Tumblr
  1243. On Tim Berners-Lee and URI hacks
  1244. urlTea now, this stuff is scary
  1245. Uh oh, I killed The Google Readers
  1246. My pledge in response to Experts-Exchange
  1247. Links for 2009-08-09
  1248. The 2009.06.08 #TwitterFail
  1249. Celebrating 1,888 posts!
  1250. Is it a final goodbye for urlTea?
  1251. What kind of Twitter user are you?
  1252. New BriefingsDirect design looks familiar
  1253. Links for 2009-08-02
  1254. 18,000 tweets and all that
  1255. Uh oh, I killed The Wikipedias
  1256. Microhoo won’t undercut Google, for now
  1257. Microhoo: a formidable partnership!
  1258. Chatting with Dana Gardner on Twitter
  1259. There’s nothing wrong with online privacy
  1260. Links for 2009-07-29
  1261. New theme merging whatnot
  1262. Relationship between Twitter and blogs
  1263. eBay thinks I’m a women who drinks coffee
  1264. Womanwithbite has been Twitter blocked
  1265. Links for 2009-07-14
  1266. Seperate templates for WordPress categories
  1267. My dad’s site has gone live
  1268. Checking if tweets are under 140 characters
  1269. is now JavaScript free! I think
  1270. Sue Heins from Inspring Women on Twitter!
  1271. Links for 2009-07-12
  1272. Links for 2009-07-11
  1273. Why do they need 2 weeks to unsubscribe me?
  1274. Links for 2009-07-09
  1275. Links for 2009-07-08
  1276. Getting priorities right with WordPress 2.9
  1277. Mike Rann tells me it’s cold in Adelaide
  1278. Links for 2009-07-04
  1279. Gmail’s awful new label system
  1280. Twitter needs personalised filtering
  1281. Removing Categories from WordPress URIs
  1282. Links for 2009-06-27
  1283. Desired features for Twitter and whatnot
  1284. Don’t fix Outlook, ditch HTML email!
  1285. Links for 2009-06-25
  1286. Links for 2009-06-24
  1287. Adding my Twitter account to WeFollow
  1288. Links for 2009-06-23
  1289. Links for 2009-06-22
  1290. On effective blog taglines
  1291. Using Qmax as your free Wireless@SG carrier
  1292. Singapore’s Wireless@SG extended to 2013
  1293. @WomanwithBite versus @Rubenerd and co!
  1294. Links for 2009-06-15
  1295. Links for 2009-06-13
  1296. On online mail, email and mail online
  1297. Links for 2009-06-12
  1298. Links for 2009-06-10
  1299. Excluding WordPress categories
  1300. An insightful, honest Twitter message
  1301. GRC newsgroup discusson on Leo Laporte
  1302. Trippy Slashdot feedback picture whatsit
  1303. Servage and I are officially no more!
  1304. Unintended spam obfuscation poetry
  1305. A week off blogging looks like this
  1306. Happy 1st of June, bandwidth quota reset
  1307. Bing ain’t a Wolfram Alpha, Google, Yahoo
  1308. See you on the 1st of June
  1309. Whoops, 89% over transfer limit!
  1310. Yahoo obfuscates search results now too
  1311. WordPress category URI conundrum
  1312. CNET comments are getting old
  1313. Creating clouds of links instead of long lists
  1314. Web aggregators: the chocolate shop problem
  1315. Disjointed geographic observations on Wolfram Alpha
  1316. My final verdict on Clipmarks
  1317. RSS, Show, Anime, Thoughts, WWR
  1318. Karen Collins shooting Jim on Whole Wheat Radio
  1319. SimpleTags for WordPress
  1320. Quiz says I have a Northeast American accent
  1321. Should blog posts be treated as time capsules?
  1322. Why do spammers spam?
  1323. Expected to find the Rubenerd Forum?
  1324. Cheap online source for software spam
  1325. New Show stuff… almost worked!
  1326. Technorati claim thingy
  1327. Swine flu spam already?
  1328. The Schade Family Internet Grid!
  1329. Rescuing Wikipedia from some of its editors
  1330. The end of an era: no more GeoCities
  1331. Advertising on
  1332. Om Malik on Facebook’s identity crisis
  1333. Restoring posts since February finally done!
  1334. Turning off Post Revisions in WordPress
  1335. I’m back at, just like 2004!
  1336. Hello world!
  1337. WordPress post ID 4000 celebration
  1338. Some LivingSocial updates
  1339. Review of Living Social top five lists
  1340. Giving credit where its due to Internode
  1341. Clipmark: China spying on Aussie PM’s emails
  1342. I just finished installing Movable Type 4!
  1343. Yucky obfuscated Google search result links
  1344. Was ALMOST ready to overuse Clipmarks!
  1345. Clipmark: Slashdot Aussie censorship comment
  1346. Linking to registration pages on Twitter
  1347. Is Facebook trying to rip off my beloved Twitter?
  1348. Clipmark: Senator Conroy on Twitter
  1349. Playing around with Clipmarks
  1350. Clipmarks test post with a photo
  1351. New Clipmarks account test post
  1352. Pointless post 1234 milestone celebration
  1353. Reattributing authors in WordPress
  1354. WordPress eXtended export fun, 2007-09
  1355. It started as a post comparing Reader and Bloglines
  1356. Is it RIP for Singapore internet radio? Probably
  1357. No Twitter makes me chew office furniture
  1358. A fancier Scarlet A from The OUT Campaign
  1359. An Optus phone billing adventure
  1360. Followup to my Simple Spam Filter review
  1361. The Delicious bookmarklets are all you need
  1362. Facebook’s terms of service change? Yawn.
  1363. Every friggen page is now XHTML 1.0 Strict
  1364. Spelling it rediculous makes you look it
  1365. Redundant Web 2.0 slogans are
  1366. W3C’s XHTML ordered list mistake
  1367. Rubenerd Blog XHTML 1.0 Strict-yness
  1368. Stephen Fry on Creative Commons
  1369. I cite Wikipedia in everything I do!
  1370. TanTanNoodles Simple Spam Filter
  1371. This site may harm your computer! Google error
  1372. Discovering a miracle cure for hotlinking!
  1373. Putting off customers to attract customers?
  1374. A ridiculously pointless 1111 post celebration
  1375. thinks this blog is about Management?
  1376. Defending my Internet Archive uploading methods
  1377. Uploading Shows to the IA, day 2
  1378. Uploading 260+ shows to the IA, one at a time
  1379. Perhaps 2009 isn’t a complete write off yet
  1380. Shows are now on
  1381. I love blog commenting systems again
  1382. The ball is in your court Ourmedia
  1383. How long does it take to reset Twitter passwords?
  1384. A reference reference to a J-Walk reference
  1385. Voltaire on superfluous blogging and hair styles
  1386. A year of blogging condensed into a Wordle
  1387. Remembering my silly mum one year on
  1388. Agitating Google Reader users!
  1389. My phantom Ourmedia account is a phantom
  1390. Google Reader struggle continues!
  1391. Eventually there will be posts with substance
  1392. Chicken soup, a nice thick blanket and a book of cliches
  1393. A kitchen for Pownce users
  1394. Pownce exported me a 404 error screen
  1395. On Google Reader, the iPhone and J-Walkyness
  1396. Having fun with out Aussie download quotas
  1397. I’m being punished for supporting blog comments!
  1398. Scripts to make Google Reader usable again!
  1399. It started as a post about drafts!
  1400. A koobface nail in the coffin for Facebook
  1401. Google Reader takes a turn for the bland
  1402. Google Map of Adelaide Christmas light displays
  1403. Net censorship like trying to boil the ocean
  1404. Visualising Google searches with StateStats
  1405. My final Pownce post for posterity
  1406. Pownce export feature now available
  1407. Goodbye Pownce, I Hardly Used Thee
  1408. Never thought I’d have 1000 posts!
  1409. They listened! DBS no longer supporting FOTF
  1410. Warm feedback for my DBS FOTH post
  1411. OPML feed for Great Australian Firewall resources
  1412. The GetUp Team on the Great Australian Firewall
  1413. DBS Bank’s support for Focus on the Family
  1414. Sunday afternoon philosophy: spiritual atheism
  1415. An Adelaide Airport addendum post thing
  1416. Blog spammers now using targeted advertising?
  1417. The EFA’s Dale Clapperton on Triple M
  1418. I’m calling it quits on Facebook
  1419. Somehow I don’t think I’ll be sending this
  1420. Google Reader feature requests
  1421. Spamhaus names Microsoft in their top 5
  1422. Remembrance Day header image updated
  1423. Google Reader, take three!
  1424. Google Reader has me bamboozled
  1425. Metadata urges is an unfortunate title
  1426. New Aussie NoCleanFeed protest graphics
  1427. No Clean Feed, No Censorship on Australian internet
  1428. On RSS, Michael Moore, Jim Kloss and Taxis
  1429. Open letter to overseas Facebook users
  1430. When people lose interest in you, use Qwitter
  1431. If you like my writing, you can buy me a coffee!
  1432. Registering for Brightkite fun, just a slight mistake
  1433. Journalistic merging of wikis and blogs?
  1434. So much feedback, yet this barely qualifies as a post
  1435. Blue Day 2008 and Mental Health Week
  1436. AltaVista Babel Fish is no more
  1437. Happy 10th birthday wishes for Google
  1438. My sister Elke now has a lettuth weblog
  1439. How do you curb weblog sporadic-ness?
  1440. Disingenuousity isn’t a word, but should be
  1441. Cleaning out accumulated FTP crap
  1442. Eeirily accurate web comics are eeiry
  1443. Is WordPress news not anymore?
  1444. This useless 810th post has the ID 1337
  1445. Internode rocks!
  1446. Post 800!
  1447. Virgin Broadband doesn’t like my money!
  1448. Can’t log in after upgrading to WordPress 2.6
  1449. The Adobe Flash of the comments world
  1450. Telecommunications infrastructure shock…?
  1451. Taking the high road, I hope!
  1452. On Adelaide life updates and tank chairs
  1453. Hotlinking isn’t. Ruben arrested for bad heading
  1454. The CNET Mac Conspiracy
  1455. Whole Wheat Radio Wireless@SG problems
  1456. Sus meeting up spam
  1457. Web 8.0 goodness
  1458. Using Twhirl with Jaiku
  1459. Very expensive podcast folder nostalgia
  1460. Retro Atlantic Neon signs
  1461. Google says I’m a spammer, again
  1462. Microsoft not to buy Yahoo?
  1463. A pleasant afternoon quiz distraction
  1464. Konqueror suppoirt isn’t a new Gmail feature
  1465. I’m not being blocked so far!
  1466. The Commodore logo stats conspiracy
  1467. Specify image dimensions and save the world!
  1468. A philosophical Twitter question
  1469. Why do you use Twitter?
  1470. Using just as a bookmark repository
  1471. A silly happy birthday Elke!
  1472. UN report on women chilling, not surprising
  1473. Useless post 700 post milestone post
  1474. Comments instead of the forum
  1475. Archaic existence rude metals spam
  1476. What happened to groovy Scripting News?
  1477. Does believing in God make you happier?
  1478. No LockerGnome, I now block you
  1479. Is embedded spam getting worse?
  1480. Boohoo Microsoft Yahoo paraphernalia
  1481. The super wicked evil 666 post!
  1482. Rubenerd Blog made it to Upian’s Hot Links!
  1483. Family post with technical sociological term thingys
  1484. Jeremy Zawodny inspired Yahoo scenarios
  1485. Migrating from to Magnolia
  1486. Microsoft and Yahoo? Better close my accounts!
  1487. Twitter is down again!
  1488. Show on hiatus
  1489. Emergency Twitter offline postings
  1490. Snitter gets a Leopard makeover
  1491. Why do people add me en-masse on Twitter?
  1492. On spam and Schadenfreude
  1493. Felix and I start Tumblr weblogs!
  1494. Happy birthday dad!
  1495. Moving over to Segment Publishing!
  1496. 1000 Rubenerd musings!
  1497. Servage takes site offline for 3 days
  1498. Weird CNET network links
  1499. Rainer Schade’s open source juice
  1500. Maths spam experiment kaput
  1501. MTV ads on Twitter?
  1502. Coffee, free wifi and Twitter
  1503. Twitter down, internet addiction!
  1504. Fickleness 101: Sticking with WordPress
  1505. Wireless@SG harder than people give credit
  1506. Another mum treatment update
  1507. Evil spam rain becomes a deluge
  1508. Flash: repeating past mistakes
  1509. Adelaide in… Austria?
  1510. A Friday Vista
  1511. The Leo Laporte Jaiku effect
  1512. Twitter versus Jaiku shenanigans
  1513. Singapore humble on Google Maps!
  1514. On Ruby CGI, hospitals and stuff
  1515. Dumbass psychos and KL back to normal lah
  1516. Joomla forum account deleted
  1517. Kuala Lumpur International Airport WiFi is sweet!
  1518. The all new Show is online!
  1519. The all new Rubenerd Blog is online!
  1520. Pretend You’re At a Malaysian WiFi Hotspot!
  1521. Fake Uni Degree Spam
  1522. Creating a LinkedIn Profile
  1523. Dopey Lottery Spam
  1524. Secret Youth Tobacco Ads on YouTube?
  1525. We Have Internet and Telephone Again!
  1526. Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf WiFi Down
  1527. Rubenerd Unplugged 001 2006.10.25
  1528. Microsoft Windows Live Messenger Spam
  1529. Slashdot Quote
  1530. Rubenerd Blog Maintenance
  1531. New Google Notifier
  1532. Partial-Time Job Vacations, Kerrie !
  1533. Online Auctions Raise Value of Charity Gifts
  1534. Wikipedia Error
  1535. Revisiting The Venerable A Tag
  1536. Another eBay Error
  1537. Ruben is Romantic: Quizilla
  1538. Dice Testimonial
  1539. AAA Mortgage Solutions
  1540. Registering for Slashdot
  1541. Break The Chain
  1542. Technorati Tag Plugin
  1543. Random Weirdness Spam
  1544. Ramtil Oil
  1545. Is Down?
  1546. Frank Edward Nora’s Blog
  1547. Fathers Day PayPal Spam
  1548. Pokuga Test Spam
  1549. Malaysian Department of Agriculture
  1550. University Chronicles of Ruben
  1551. Bad Connection, Bad Connection
  1552. Socceroo Ducati 999 on eBay
  1553. Casino Spam
  1554. Unable To Reach Gmail
  1555. Post 200!
  1556. Replica Watches Spam
  1557. Jordy Blog: Hollywood Hates You
  1558. Colloquy 2.1 Beta (Universal Binary)
  1559. Preying On The Less Knowledgeable
  1560. Nocturnal Spam
  1561. Gmail Slowmail
  1562. PayPal Australia’s New Newsletter
  1563. Software Purchase Spam
  1564. Wrong Season eBay Spam
  1565. Servage Hates WordPress
  1566. Dave Winer versus Rainer Schade
  1567. Make It Great by Phil Gerbyshak: eBook?
  1568. Five General Rules in Web Design
  1569. Movable Type 3.3 Released
  1570. My UniSA Student Portal Stinks
  1571. Make It Great by Phil Gerbyshak: eBook?
  1572. Headline: Ruben More Fickle Than Ever
  1573. Existance of the blog
  1574. University Spam
  1575. Finally Made User Page on Wikipedia
  1576. Useful Guide to MIME Types
  1577. Comforting Military Grade Encryption Spam
  1578. Finally Got Wireless Working At UniSA!
  1579. AllOfMp3 Is Down
  1580. CSS Styled <hr /> Tags
  1581. Pointless Spam
  1582. Credit Spam?
  1583. Best Bittorrent Sites (Ongoing)
  1584. Windows Spam
  1585. Spam Unsubscribe Gives CafePress’s Life Story
  1586. Spam #009
  1587. Thanks
  1588. Spam #008
  1589. Email Woes
  1590. Internet Down Again
  1591. No More RSS, RDF (rescinded)
  1592. Spam #007
  1593. Spam #006
  1594. Spam #005
  1595. UniSA, What Were You Thinking?
  1596. Low Interest Rate Home Loan Spam
  1597. Spam #003
  1598. Spam #002
  1599. Ruben Versus Servage FTP
  1600. Sus eBay Email
  1601. Quit Meter
  1602. Operation WTF is OVR
  1603. Operation WTF
  1604. Dick Cheney Shirt
  1605. Meeting Established
  1606. Good Malaysian Webhosting
  1607. Hello world!
  1608. Technorati
  1609. Painfully unreliable internet
  1610. WordPress and webserver status
  1611. Choosing a blogging tool
  1612. The First Post