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.


View the detailed show notes online. You can also grab the flac encoded audio from the Internet Archive.

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