Monthly Archives: July 2014

Many Books bQ, part X

Progressing with my Recommended Reading list for once, part X already. As Index Librorum … In random order (!); semantically and qua Importance. Seek order and you’ll be disappointed – that would be a result. Or give it a shot; … Continue reading

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Gotta TruSST’MM

Had been planning for a long (?) time already to write something up on the issue of Trust in OSSTMM3© – in particular, how it doesn’t conform with received (abstract) notions of trust and how that’s a bit confusing until … Continue reading

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We Need New Sixties

Just an off the cuff remark. We need new Sixties. The world of totalitarian bureaucratic control, in business and in governance (if you’d reply that there’s governance in business as well, take a hike. With due apologies, that was putting … Continue reading

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No Yo (~ Carpe Diem)

Well Hello! has anyone seen an app this stupid lately ..? Yoyoyo! Looks a bit like: [Dutchies read this review; star rating appropriate: (Parool review)] Or remember the I Am Rich app: Altogether, this sort of thing is for the … Continue reading

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SecSec, two angles

Thothtech has a very useful and readable overview of ‘national’ versus ‘personal’ security. Go read it a realize the balance has gone. Go on! I meant that! [Such detail, much masterpiece]

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Business Model Down

[Deventer for zero relation with the following] Although probably hardly still the core money maker for Big G, collecting search data for may fall back maybe significantly in the near future. Since, e.g., when did you last search for something … Continue reading

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Welcome to Hotel SV

Just a short note; tinkering with more ‘cybersecurity’ songs (to support (or not) #ditchcyber), I came across the following snippets…: “Welcome to the Hotel California” “Such a lovely place” Such a lovely face Plenty of room at the Hotel California … Continue reading

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