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Vale Sanare - RurouniHime
the one where draco was cursed and has seizures in public.

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Draco’s world gains a new component just when he thought he’d sorted everything out.
fandom:harry-potter  pairing:drarry  category:m/m  length:15-50k  2007 
2 days ago by magalisays
The Paths of the Undying - Rosie_Rues
a slightly more satisfying end (or missing scene, anyway) to the dalemark quartet

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When Maewen was eighteen, she bought herself a roving railway tickets and a large backpack and took off to travel around Dalemark by train. Her friends didn't understand why she didn't want to go somewhere more exotic and her aunt didn't understand why she wanted to go at all.
fandom:diana-wynne-jones  2007  length:<5k  category:gen 
6 days ago by magalisays
Roof moss and zinc strips? | Fine Homebuilding
Several posts in this forum thread mention good results with using Tide laundry detergent (which apparently has bleach in it); 2007.
2007  roof  roofing  moss  zinc  home 
23 days ago by amoore
Fake news and botnets: how Russia weaponised the web | Technology | The Guardian
Once there was a fox that wanted to eat a turtle, but whenever he tried to, it withdrew into its shell. He bit it and he shook it, but he wasn’t getting anywhere. One day he had an idea: he made the turtle an offer to buy its shell. But the turtle was clever and knew it would be eaten without this protection, so it refused. Time passed, until one day there appeared a television hanging in a tree, displaying images of flocks of happy, naked turtles – flying! The turtle was amazed. Oh! They can fly! But wouldn’t it be dangerous to give up your shell? Hark, the voice on television was announcing that the fox had become a vegetarian. “If I could only take off my shell, my life would be so much easier,” thought the turtle. “If the turtle would only give up its shell, it would be so much easier to eat,” thought the fox – and paid for more broadcasts advertising flying turtles. One morning, when the sky seemed bigger and brighter than usual, the turtle removed its shell. What it fatally failed to understand was that the aim of information warfare is to induce an adversary to let down its guard.

(In 1998, Sergei P Rastorguev, a Russian military analyst, published Philosophy of Information Warfare, which included a lengthy version of this anecdote)
botnet  russia  estonia  cyberwar  information-warfare  Rastorguev  disinfo  infrastructure  2007  2017  Gerasimov 
11 weeks ago by zzkt
Nine Eyes of Google Street View | Net Art Anthology
Nine Eyes of Google Street View is both an archival project and a conceptual meditation on the state of photography in a time of automated imagemaking on a massive scale.In 2008, Jon Rafman began to collect screenshots of images from Google Street View. At the time, Street View was a relatively ne...
photography  google  art  archives  2007  automation  car  image  joannemcneil  johnrafman 
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