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Tonight, after our shift ends, were going out for (a) drink(s) in a little pub close to the office. Dumb idea we had last night, and while I look forward to it, I also am a bit wary as to what it'll be like. I'm not really a pub going person, and this pub just looks "sleazy" for lack of a better word. That's just a first impression though, and based on looking at the outside when I drove by a couple of weeks ago.

What else? I got up this morning, replied and read a bunch of mails that were long overdue - sorry people! - and entertained Tai a bit. Or was it the other way round? Next week is work, meeting(s), and general things I have to do at home.

Yesterday before I left for work, I've been toying around with Virtual Privacy Machine, which basically is a Damn Small Linux running off an USB stick, coupled with a Tor desktop. I'm sure I don't have to introduce Tor anymore, I've written about it plenty by now. The amazing thing is that it all boots and runs off my USB stick, loads under Linux or Windows XP, doesn't leave a trace on the guest computer, and provides total anonymity while surfing the internet. The disadvantage is that it's a bit sluggish when it comes to speed, but that could also be due to my slow laptop. Suprisingly it picked up my wireless connection straight away, and I was impressed.

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