Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hard coating emaille

If you’re well-seasoned, you may have turned a bit sour by all the silver bullet news even when that was targeted at point problems/solutions. And, you may even be old enough to recall Why Johnny Can’t. Seems there’s a new … Continue reading

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Repeat mode: The definitive Top 2000 of 2015

Just to be sure you’re not led off the Right(eous) path by all those DJs out there playing songs from or candidate for some “Top 2000”, herewith a repost of the real deal. Which of course isn’t; it’s the Top … Continue reading

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C’est arrivé près de chez vous; LoRaWAN

Yet another major building block of the Future … in place. [And, not a ref to some City of Light atrocities] Where’s the Privacy and (OR) Security experts …? For certainly, though almost out of public view, the undercurrents develop … Continue reading

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The Good Bad and Bureaucrats

Musing with the distinction between Bad and Evil (as here), and how Anger of the right kind (good to be bad b/c without/opposing evil intent) would be neither but the diametrical opposite of the former two’s effects in bureaucracy. Noting … Continue reading

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The Internot Diploma

In an attempt to pre-empt all 2016 April fool’s jokes by a mile (in time and ridicule value) some Dutch Board on Cyber Security (notice the joke starts there, with ‘cyber’ since #ditchcyber) proposed to ensure all kids would get … Continue reading

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Biased news

Demonstrating that … when it comes to InfoSec news … the general press may be biased… Otherwise, why wouldn’t this news have been spread much, much more ..? Since it may look unserious on the surface, but definitely is True. … Continue reading

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Schrödinger’s accountant

After all the news about accountancy being a sector where all sorts of changes would have to be imminent or happening in order to save anything of the trade (sic, more than it would be a profession that it isn’t!) … Continue reading

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