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[5 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on these pure sciences | ]

The overwhelming risk of human error in infosec, and how much larger it is than any other risk

education, ethics, security, technology »

[10 Nov 2014 | Comments Off on the rules of the game | ]

Aren’t we learning anything from the people we’re trying to defend against?

security, technology »

[2 Sep 2014 | Comments Off on the certainty of Yes or No | ]

when “guessing so” and “I don’t know” don’t count

shopping, technology »

[2 Jul 2010 | Comments Off on all his limbs | ]

Musings on my new HTC Evo, and the most tired joke in the blogosphere

history, opinion, technology »

[5 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on not in enhancing what is | ]

“Not because they are easy” – so not at all?

ethics, opinion, technology »

[24 Dec 2009 | One Comment | ]

1984 – are we sending an invitation?

humor, opinion, technology »

[17 Dec 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Certainly we can think of *something* useful with 140 characters?

technology »

[24 Oct 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Today,  I spent several hours working with the crew at WRFN, Radio Free Nashville. It is a low-power station that has eclectic programming, and very cool people.

technology »

[26 Oct 2008 | Comments Off on toys will be toys | ]

So I’ve downloaded this little tool that allows me to post from my iPod, as long as I have a wireless signal. I haven’t tried it yet; I figured I’d give it a go live and just see what happens.

ethics, health, science, technology »

[31 Jul 2008 | Comments Off on of whom I am chief | ]

I’ve been trying to catch up on this guy‘s posts – he runs the range of the humanities and beyond.  This one I found exemplifies the state of modern humanity.  Here’s the telling quote:
I sometimes wonder what an ancient Greek, transported through time, would think of us, cooped up indoors as we are much of the time, hunched over a computer keyboard or staring slack-jawed at a television screen. I suspect he would laugh at our pale, puffy bodies, never exposed to wind or sun, and would regard us as …