Monthly Archives: June 2016

Golden Oldie Pic of the Day

Yes, again, since Cucumber Time is early, this year… Advertisements

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Another Q

Yet another, relatively (sic) random, quote with a kicker in the tail: In support of this distinction, Chalmers introduces a thought experiment involving what he calls zombies. A zombie is an entity that acts just like a person but simply … Continue reading

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Not just Q, IQ

Well, yesterday’s post was about just a quote, this one’s about what should be a full cross-post but hey, I’m no wizard I’ll just blockquote it from here because it’s so good (again, qua author): Society in the Loop Artificial … Continue reading

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Just Q

… Just some quote, from a relatively random source, in a series of more of the same: Some people have complained to me about Siri’s failure to answer certain requests, but I often recall that these are the same people … Continue reading

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Nopsrisk, Irisk

When it’s time, it’s time. Of course, meaning that the tough get going. Lately, there has been a resurgence in Risk Management. In particular, in Operational risk management. That has been outclassed. Due to, among others, the calimero hanging-on at … Continue reading

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Not your clients!

An outcry: Stop calling ‘clients’ what are just mass tools to make a profit (incl public sector…) for your actual clients…! When, why, did the non-politically grossly in-correct usage of ‘clients’ come from, where not only the Facebooks of this … Continue reading

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Cucumber going bananas

Anyone care to share their found most sorry news item re information security this Summer? Since it appears that the Cucumber Season (silly season) of InfoSec has started already. I mean: Is there anything infosecnews that is greeted with more … Continue reading

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