Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Size of Your … Data

It’s not the size of your data, it’s what you do with it. Or so claim men that are insecure about theirs. [Disclaimer: I have big hands. ‘nuff said.] There appears to be confusion about what Big Data may achieve. … Continue reading

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Porto, series III

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That’s last last Porto series so far. Actually beautified (?) pictures will follow sometime soon.

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Porto, series II

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Porto, series II. One to follow.

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Porto, series I

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Just a random selection of (almost) unedited Porto architecture. Series I

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Double blind

Just a question: Would anyone know some definitive source, or pointers, to discussions either formal or informal, on the logic behind double secrets i.e. situations where it is a secret that some secret exists ..? Yerah, it’s relevant in particular … Continue reading

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Ever more learning to go around

In various discussions in my trade, and in general public, there seems to be a point of gravity around insufficiency of latter-day education. The troubles are many, but they fall into several distinct categories: [Spoiler: the true point of this … Continue reading

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No Ethical Hacking, Please!

We still see quite a market for ‘ethical’ hacking out in the information security consulting world. However, if this type of activity should have a name, it would be wise the name would be descriptive, right? Rather than deceiting, swindling… … Continue reading

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