Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Right Click

For a few hours yesterday the front page of the New York Times was stealing right clicks. If I right-clicked on a hyperlinked headline (or option-clicked, or made a two-fingered tap on the trackpad), I did not get the usual … Continue reading

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Sugarpixels

Yes, that’s one of those annoying QR codes that seem to be turning up all over the place lately. The jumble of red and blue pixels appears on the front of the holiday greeting cards that my wife Rosalind and … Continue reading

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