Finally exhausting my backlog of somewhat interesting links.
- Circumventing group policy settings: Mark Russinovich shows that if you are physically sitting at a machine, it's quite hard for administrators to stop you doing whatever you want.
- Security battle between Firefox 1.x and IE 6.x: Firefox is my default browser, but not for security reasons.
- Concurrency in software: Two insightful and much-cited articles by Herb Sutter.
- Picture hanging: The accumulation of facts can be just as important as being smart.
- Stealth surfing: Ghostzilla, a Mozilla-based web browser that appears and disappears instantly, discreetly, blended with whatever application you're using. No install required - can be run from a USB stick or CD.
- Cute Word trick: To impress your colleagues with your knowledge of exotic computing tidbits.
- Photo-realistic landscape generator: Free for personal non-commercial use - some nice pictures in the galleries.
- Random Acts of Reality: Interesting blog by an English paramedic - some of it rather scary.
- Oooh, shiny: Nice use of Flash (click on collections), and some stunning designs.
- Celestia: Excellent free 3D space simulator, with copious add-ons.
- Life, the video: So true.
- INTJ: My MBTI profile - certainly matches my self-image, especially the disregard for authority.
- A Bookseller's Memories: My Dad goes online.
UPDATED: Added latest articles by Herb Sutter and Mark Russinovich.