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What is this site? This page is a portal into some of the many sites I have put together and run. This page it really basic because I have no need to make it complex.

At one time T4L stood for Thugs 4 Life. We were a Squad for a Starcraft Clan.

[-FS-]_]{illiak was a member of the same clan who left and joined another Starcraft clan. Around this same time I had hacked a channel bot for an enemy clan [task] and had taken over their chat channel. I don't remember what I has asked ]{illiak but that was his response.

Rapture Mans Dream: I just found this funny.

Dilbert: Anyone who works in IT would understand it.

As my interests evolve I will slowly update this page. Right now I am into PHP, MySQL, OSS, C#, Anti DRM, FSF, Personal Freedoms.

Check out the following.

Quote from the Darknet link above:
There is evidence that the darknet will continue to exist and provide low cost, high-quality service to a large group of consumers. This means that in many markets, the darknet will be a competitor to legal commerce. From the point of view of economic theory, this has profound implications for business strategy: for example, increased security (e.g. stronger DRM systems) may act as a disincentive to legal commerce. Consider an MP3 file sold on a web site: this costs money, but the purchased object is as useful as a version acquired from the darknet. However, a securely DRM-wrapped song is strictly less attractive: although the industry is striving for flexible licensing rules, customers will be restricted in their actions if the system is to provide meaningful security. This means that a vendor will probably make more money by selling unprotected objects than protected objects. In short, if you are competing with the darknet, you must compete on the darknet's own terms: that is convenience and low cost rather than additional security.

"He who receives an idea from me receives it without lessening me, as he who lights his candle at mine receives light without darkening me." - Thomas Jefferson

"Sometimes I think my job is nothing more than removing roadkill from the information superhighway." - Doc C from Powweb Forms.

"If necessity is the mother of invention, what will drive our ingenuity when our needs have been fulfilled?" - Stephen Hawking