This was an odd one. Recently I was setting up key-based ssh access for a server and the client was failing to connect with the generic "Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)." error.
I checked the server log (Centos, so /var/log/secure) and found an interesting "error: hash mismatch" message.
Using -v to get debugging info on the client end also gave me a message of "key_parse_private2: missing begin marker" - this was a red-herring and I suspect it happens often even when connections are working just fine.
I caught the tail-end of the Royal Croquet Club event at Southbank, on November 15 2015. This was just two days after the Paris Terrorist Attacks, so several buildings were lit up in Red, White and Blue. Coincidentally, Les Miserables was still in season at QPAC as well. That and the deck chairs all sort of tied together in some sort of strange synchronistic tableau.
If you spend any time in Google Webmaster tools and run a drupal site you've probably come across a collection of "Soft-404" warnings from google.
DRM shifts the balance of power so far away from users that it is against their interests, and therefore, arguably, against the interests of the artists and even the publishers.