Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Lots of things sink in the mud and muck of Washington DC, but it appears that the Jefferson Memorial is now one of them.
The FBI is trying to crack down on spam and bots and malware and is contacting more than a million computer owners in the process. Turns out this is fodder for a new scam, so according to Greg Hughes, make sure you check the ID of that agent knocking on your door.
The good old USA is now prepping for a cyberwar against China. Why do I think that the real CyberWar is going to be against a ring of teenagers somewhere? Ask Estonia.
The RIAA is having lots of fun playing the tyrant's role these days. They went after a professor who expressed his "opinion" by linking to some info about the RIAA's scurrilous practices, because he works for a state funded university. Via BoingBoing.
Yeesh. Stan Lee is developing an animated series for MTV starring Paris Hilton. Say it ain't so, Stan.
I blogged about getting older yesterday from a totally non-tech perspective, but turns out there is a little snit going on about age and innovation happening in the blogosphere as well. Check out Dave Winer and Kent Newsome.