Here are my notes for the first run through. I am playing a barbarian which I will switch to druid after a time to get the Dire Bear shape shift. I am inspired by Lux the Barbarian from the film, D&D II and the Epic Guilds Berserker build, which I document here. Continue reading “NWN2 the official campaign”
I have written a lot recently about how building e-voting systems is hard but here are two initiatives that try and address this issue. I need to read about them in more detail, but the first uses the blockchain, it would seem bitcoin’s blockchain, while I am less clear on the Liquid Feedback’s architecture and hence it’s security. Continue reading “E-Voting, some new technology”
I am playing with Elementary and have decided I want to add ixquick to Midori’s search engine list. Here’s how I did it. Continue reading “ixquick and midori”
Here are my notes on WordPress Child Themes. I made one for zbench and am now working with Nulis. Continue reading “Child Themes”
I have been following the Sony Hack and its fallout. Here are my bookmarks. Continue reading “Sony Hack”
The white paper is here! https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
This http://gendal.me/ is Richard Brown’s blog, he is IBM’s Bitcoin guru.
This http://www.thefinanser.com/ is Chris Skinner’s blog recommended to me by a friend.
I was pointed at, The Norwegian trial with Internet voting: results and challenges by an attendee at 31C3. The summary states there is no evidence that it increases turnout and concludes, Continue reading “More research on e-voting”
For ex-students of St. Nicholas Grammar School, Northwood, its coeducational twin, St. Mary’s and their successor Haydon Comprehensive, I have found the following four reunion resources; Continue reading “SNOBs, a pseudo disintermediation page”