Some of the interesting things I’ve stumbled across lately (mostly thanks to my Twitter friends):
Sorcerer's Apprentice Syndrome: this is what happens to sloppily designed protocols. Interestingly, my Msc thesis was a purely academic approach to testing protocol correctness. I decided to use X.25 as the example (and of course it worked); this one would be really fun.
Do Not Social Engineer Yourself out of Clients or your Job! If you’re Twitter happy and think it’s a good idea to pollute everyone’s feed with your locations (are you listening @icemarkom?) think twice – you could actually leak sensitive client information.
KPN to stop offering 'free' mobiles. This one is a year old and it took me a while to dig it out. A no-nonsense approach to loss-making residential customers that I will not comment; I can live without yet another shill label for a few days.