Month: January 2000

  • Why Linux Security Will Succeed

    [This was originally published on secure.linux.com and mirrored on attrition.org.] There is no subtlety in the race to gain the exalted title of having the most secure operating system. Both sides of the virtual fence argue their preferred operating system is more secure by default installation. More often than not, these OS bigots spend more […]

  • Poetry #42: another bump

    [This was originally published in F.U.C.K. poetry Issue #42. The publish date is approximate.]

  • #579: Rest In Peace

    [F.U.C.K. is an e-zine that I started on January 24, 1993 and ended on January 24, 2000. One concept is that articles should be timeless if possible, so they were not released with dates. This was the only file released with a date.] They say that all good things must come to an end. If […]

  • Poetry #41: tease

    [This was originally published in F.U.C.K. poetry Issue #41. The publish date is approximate.] outward signs such a lie to tease, make me want to die glimmer of hope, a sense of unity strike me down with casual impunity nothing i say, nothing i do can make me whole to you so back i sit, […]

  • Poetry: forsaken

    [This was originally published on attrition.org. The exact publication date is not known. This was written between 1998 – 1999.] forsaken, lest my gods roam todays scorn mixed with yesteryear shame igh nah sergaht nith ra tu ze dah’ – and my shame runs deep lonely tear flees from mine eye crashes down onto a […]