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10.28.2008 by Kevin Creighton

Back to the future

10.25.2008 by Kevin Creighton

Oh, the memories this invokes

Standing outside in the cold dawn on an architectural shoot, sticking the Type 54's into my armpits so they'll develop and not freeze solid. 

Attacking SX70's with a stylus and pen and all manner of implements of creation while they develop, trying to get that perfect happy accident. 

Peeling and slapping Type 59's in the darkroom onto moistened watercolor paper, praying the emulsion would stick this time. 

And the Poladroid churns out pretty good results, too. And just like a real Polaroid, the waiting is half the fun. 


Kill your cash cows before they kill themselves

10.16.2008 by Kevin Creighton

TV Guide was sold for the second time this year, from Macrovision to the Open Capital Group. Once one of the most profitable periodicals in existence, this time it sold for the extravagant price of...

One whole dollar

Plus assumption of debt.

How the mighty have fallen, indeed.


10.13.2008 by Kevin Creighton

DarkMarket.ws, an online watering hole for thousands of identify thieves, hackers and credit card swindlers, has been secretly run by an FBI cybercrime agent for the last two years, until its voluntary shutdown earlier this month, according to documents unearthed by a German radio network.

Reports from the German national police obtained by the Südwestrundfunk, Southwest Germany public radio, blow the lid off the long running sting by revealing its role in nabbing a German credit card forger active on DarkMarket. The FBI agent is identified in the documents as J. Keith Mularski, a senior cybercrime agent based at the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance in Pittsburgh, who ran the site under the hacker handle Master Splynter. 

Busting the crooks on their o'er-reaching greed will always, always work. 

Welcome to my nightmare

10.10.2008 by Kevin Creighton

Verizon exposes the email addresses of customers in an email blast to IT professionals.

Not once, not twice, but SEVENTEEN TIMES for the same email promoting a lecture on how to secure your information.


Thick as a brick

10.09.2008 by Kevin Creighton

Will new Mac portables be shaped by computerized CNC machines out of one honkin' big chunk of aluminum? 


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