Kiss Your Cash Goodbye
hennhaus: Hard Baud

(Originally published March 6, 1997) Kiss Your Cash Goodbye In Kingston, it’s called the Exact card; in Guelph, the Mondex card. They’re generally known as ‘smart cards’, and there seems little doubt that they’ll find…

Sweating Out the Orders
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(Originally published January 9, 1997) Sweating Out the Orders “Mffphello?” The woman I’d awakened at home was a complete stranger. It was 3:00 am or so, but I had called a ’24-hour order line’ expecting…

Testing . . .
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(Originally published January 2, 1997) Testing . . . My IQ — according to the Self-Discovery Workshop — is 146. This is meaningless, of course; after all, I called the vernal equinox “the longest day…

Bytes and Pieces
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(Originally published December 26, 1996) Bytes & Pieces It’s the longest day of the year as I write this [actually, it was the shortest; sleep deprivation has its disadvantages. JR] — time enough to reflect…

Hand Over Fist?
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Hand Over Fist? “You can turn your back on this opportunity right now, but in 3 years you will be kicking yourself.” The opportunity is a Thornhill-based company’s book ($54.00, please), ‘How to Develop a…

Here, Phishy Phishy

Today’s winner arrives in your emailbox with the title of Message ID – 20169661 and purports to be from PayPal. Of course, you immediately know the email’s a scam by passing your mousepointer over the…

Net Sex III
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Originally published 11/18/1996 Net Sex III Eighteen thousand pictures. It’s doubtful that a gallery or even a museum would care to collect 18,000 examples of a given theme, and yet a man in Kirkland Lake…

Net Sex II
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Originally published 11/21/1996 Net Sex II Bodies in motion tend to stay in motion — at least until one’s credit limit is reached. In New York City, as no doubt in other locations, there exist…

Net Sex I
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Originally published 11/14/1996Net Sex I Back in the good ol’ days when COBOL and Fortran were the programming languages of note, computer professionals giggled over text files — comprised of seemingly random Xs and #s…

hennhaus Cartoon Reprint

There are two others, but I’m uncertain what the interest level is. For now, this is the last cartoon reprint from hennhaus: Somalia Cover-up This information appeared on this cartoon when it was originally reprinted…