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By david_yamada - 9/20/09 - 11:22 am

I was reading up on the horrible killing of Yale grad student/lab worker Annie Le, and it appears that the best starting place for news coverage is the New Haven Register.

In any event, when I read comments to their articles, I saw that they have a very nice, un-control freakish way of encouraging responses that remain on the good side of civility:

By Brett - 10/10/08 - 11:10 am

Here's a good reason to secure your wireless internet. Hari Balakrishnan and Samuel Madden have been helping themselves to your WiFi to collect traffic data, a lucrative commercial field. They've been doing it for more than a year, rather than pay for internet connectivity like everyone else.

By redlinden - 5/3/07 - 8:09 pm

If you're smart, creative, energetic and passionate, YOU MIGHT BE A LINDEN!

Linden Lab is scouring the Boston area looking for the very best minds to join us in our quest for World Domination.

Our Boston office currently has multiple openings for wickedly brilliant software development generalists, web developers, project/program managers, product managers, and other roles to work on all facets of our development initiative.

By dsheets - 4/23/07 - 6:48 pm

An MIT student reports that the free wifi pilot at Boston's historic Faneuil Hall, 'The Cradle of Liberty', uses phrase lists to block public access to many sites on this government-funded network.

By bigdumptruck - 6/7/05 - 1:06 pm

I just want to say that I am so sick of trying to remember passwords and what email address I used to register where, etc. etc.

Can't we just hurry up and get to the point where we all have those little fingerprint readers (what are they called, isometrics or something?) so that the universe can just recognize me by that? I promise to avoid getting boo boos on the pads of my fingers. Just stop the password madness!

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