Know your Enemy: Phishing describes real-world phishing techniques, and suggests avenues for further research.
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Vitaly Friedman has started a collection of essential bookmarks for web designers and web developers.
You can test drive a complete Linux system in your web browser, courtesy of the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation.
Got Logos provides custom logo graphics for $25 a pop, take it or leave it.
"Broadcast Machine is software for your website that can publish fullscreen video files to thousands, using torrent technology to reduce or eliminate bandwidth costs. It is free, open source, and designed for easy installation."
"Here are five tips about how to simplify your life in 2005. Ultimately they're about peace of mind, not just finance." Be sure to read the comments following the article.
The US Government makes about a dozen RSS feeds available for free use.
Hey, everybody… let's have a sing-along: "So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish"!
Like seafood? Move to La Jolla, CA… where it rains shrimp!
In Fetch, the US and Soviet space programs take a somewhat different course than they did in our world—with surprising results.
The MagicGallery.com Poster Listings include posters for magicians from the famous to the obscure.