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  • adj. That cannot be linked.


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  • A few problems that this bug was causing was linking to low attacks that were "unlinkable" in the arcade version.


  • The White House's draft proposal did not explicitly include "unlinkable credentials" and other rigorous privacy-protecting techniques that are simply a must if this system is to be at all acceptable.

    Jay Stanley: Don't Put Your Trust in "Trusted Identities"

  • Techniques have been developed for "unlinkable credentials" that allow individuals to prove things about themselves while protecting their privacy.

    Jay Stanley: Don't Put Your Trust in "Trusted Identities"

  • Lovely stuff -- pity the website's a stupid unlinkable Flash blob.

    Boing Boing

  • Given that Batuman's favorite books have fragmented, arbitrary, unlinkable plots, Batuman writes a trade book using this style.

    The Possessed : Academics Going to the Trades

  • I couldn't find the actual toy on Karten's site, because, like so many "designers," they've designed and unnavigable unlinkable mess of Flash instead of a real website.

    Boing Boing

  • BrandImage (whose site in an unnavigable, unlinkable Flash blob) have come up with an all-paper bottle.

    Boing Boing

  • Designer Sasha Tseng (unlinkable Flash site here) has created this prototype toaster/notepad.

    Boing Boing

  • His painting-plus-found-object "Combines" of 1955-62 established him as an important artist and, in the bargain, managed to link the unlinkable: abstract expressionism and pop art.

    Back To The Future

  • The article is trapped behind a subscription wall, making it unlinkable, but Ed Week correctly reports that fewer than half of the kids that begin the Bay Area KIPP schools as 5th graders in 2003 make it to 8th grade in 2006.

    "muscular philanthropy"


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