please join my petition to "Ban internet Perry"

In recent years there has been an alarming increase in what we refer to as "Claire Perry" on the internet.

Many people who subsequently became entrapped by the seductive logic of "Claire Perry" were only casual internet users, who stumble across some "Claire" in a chat room, or at the conservative national convention.

'There are many sad cases, where a politician, with ailing polling numbers and down on his luck, to turn to a bit of "Claire" to perk up his public profile, but then becomes addicted to "Claire" and having to keep going back for a bigger fix each time due to being accused of being soft* on child porn'

This is a two stage proposal, initially we are asking Internet Service providers to popup a warning when users search for dangerous terms like "deranged, untethered, divorced, Christian MILF"

In the second stage we hope to ban other offensively annoying fucktards such as "Michael Gove" and "George Monbiot"

* Whether it is a good thing to be accused of being "hard" on child porn is also dubious.

Sherlock Puzzle (Series 2 Episode 1) "This email will save the world"

I was catching up on the Sherlock series 2 the other day on iplayer.

During the "A Scandal in Belgravia" episode Lara Pulver's character Irene Adler shows Sherlock an email containing a code. Irene Adler then says to Sherlock "go on then, impress a girl".. or words to that effect.

Given that I was developing a soft spot for Irene Adler, that was effectively a challenge I wasn't going to miss, so I copied it down, and had a crack at deciphering it.

Fortunately at that point they did a little slow-motion sequence with overlaid animation of letters appearing in front of Benedict Cumberbatch's head, and I was able to pause it before they gave the answer away.

Any apps which would implement a pairwise comparison of "product features" in head to head playoff elimination format?

I have this massive list of "product features" for an app that I am working on, and I am having trouble just making sense of which to look into first.

I thought it would be cool to have an app that would present all the items successively in "pairwise comparison" format, to enable to determine an "implied priority"

A 1000Minds presentation of two contenders in a pairwise comparison format;

The idea being that initially you would start with a rough list and then successively present pairs of these items (e.g. "add X widget feature" vs "improve Y process") to the stakeholders.