# Minimalistic Fix for Smut Referrals

if( (\$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] == "63.241.92.45" ) ) {  header( "HTTP/1.1 501 FUCK OFF!" );  echo( "<p>You have been spamming my site with URLs to porn sites," );  echo( "and I am in the process of reporting this abuse to your ISP.</p>" );  echo( "<p>I hope they cancel your service.</p>" );  exit;}

Utterly frivolous, I know (the idiot who has been spamming my site with smut referrals will just get a new IP address), but very satisfactory after a fashion.

Next up, automatic self-configuring site blocking. All I need is a relatively small set of keywords, a hash table, some kick-ass regular expressions and a nice big error page.

Oh, and some way to e-mail their ISP's "abuse" address with a nicely formatted HTML report. Using our Linux-powered orbital brain lasers on vermin is such a waste of power...

## Oh Boy...

Mário Valente was on TV just now talking about social software, weblogs, wikis, and whatnot. There was also a good showing of pTd's site and some interviews, with oddly unbiased (and uninflated) reporting. Maybe (just maybe) the weblog hype is dying out over here...

## Blogroll Changes

The guys at 2lmc deserve a nice spot atop my list, as well as a couple of others. I've shaken out some of the "dead" links, and will be picking some of my tech sources to add later.