This morning at around 11:00 UTC, three gunmen attacked the Paris offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. 12 people have been killed, including the editor, several cartoonists and two policemen. The attackers, believed to be Islamic extremists, are still at large at this time. I'm not throwing this up to start some sort of argument about radical Islam or whatever. Seriously, take that shit somewhere else. But if you're here, reading this just now, chances are that's because you live in a country that grants you the right to have your voice heard, to state your opinion without the threat of a violent response. So taking a moment to think on this, and to be grateful for it, seems like an appropriate way to remember those who died today.