I’d like to build an access control system that, rather than username and passwords, would require the answering of factual questions to allow access to certain resources. For example, I could limit family-related blog posts to those individuals who know my mother’s maiden name. This sort of system has several benefits over traditional access control. […]
Archive for May, 2004
I’ve incorporated two other blogs into my site. Review’d is where I will post, um, reviews of things I love or hate or both. Research is my way of keeping track of the work I am doing toward my thesis.
I just finished writing the code that puts my most recent IM away message in the “status” element of the sidebar. To do so, I had to construct a bot that used AOL’s OSCAR protocol. The simpler TOC protocol (which has a really nice python client called Py-TOC. ) doesn’t allow for polling of away […]
Frank Field’s large collection of notes and commentary from last week’s Internet Law Program by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School:
I’ve moved my page over to one of blogger’s new templates that fit my minimalist urges. If you hate it, at least you can comment on it now!
Wow, the latest version of Blogger adds features like comments, more templates (see my research blog for an example), an entirely redone UI for the Blogger website, and some LiveJournal-like elements of community. I need to modify my front page to take advantage of all this new wizardry. Especially the comments.
Today, summer begins - in my mind, if not on the calendar. I anticipate that this will be one of the weirder summers of my life. The three major objectives of this summer are enormous:
Finish my thesis
Finish my work for CERL
Move to DC to start law school
That’s a lot to do. But hey, now that […]