TCLP 2010-12-12 News

This is news cast 232, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro, along with my friend, John Taylor Williams, I was BoingBoing’ed this week for the beer I helped John brew, The Rogue Archivist.  We talked about the making of this beer on our new podcast, Living Proof.  I will also be taking some time off for travel and family commitments over the holidays.  I have content for the next three shows lined up, including a story from Cory Doctorow’s new anthology, “With a Little Help“.

This week’s security alerts are WebSockets disabled in Firefox 4 until the protocol can be secured and SHA-3 finalists announced by NIST.

In this week’s news, Google finally launches its ebook service, a new and encoded da Vinci manuscript was found, pursuing a real life sonic screwdriver as inspired by Dr. Who, and a more fully de-centralized BitTorrent client.

Following up this week one target of domain seizures plans to fight back and domain seizures for copyright infringement are just going to get more common.

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