Tag Archives: jargon

The ransom monster

Now that the ‘No way josé’ solutions against ransomware [regular back-ups, virtualisation of servers, and tight intrusion controls et al.] have become so widely known, and ransomware having evolved to be more of the APT kind (incubating for up to … Continue reading

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In the sphere of Language

Off the cuff. Sphären is closer to Finnegan’s Wake than it is to Nietzsche. Qua language, here and there. That’s all. And don’t read FW in Dutch; the translabitt is flubby. The others in Dzjerman, qualitate qua. [Emulatable qua plomb. … Continue reading

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Fintech: Babble-fork

Coining (pun not even intended as I wrote this — lame non-landing anyway) a new phrase: Babble-fork. Which is what happens now in the financial industry with fintech: Banks et al. think they have a role to play in the … 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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Last night a … saved me (updated)

Just a repost, as due to some obvious glitch, the below didn’t get the chart storming air play it deserves (hence, it must’ve been a glitch). [To the music of Indeep — somewhat outdated lyrics but what style …] Last … Continue reading

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Last night a … saved me (updated)

As @swiftonsecurity (and of course @meneer of #ditchcyber fame) and others may improve since the rhythm is only almost perfect, already this: [To the music but outdated lyrics of Indeep — but what style …  (Hey @ESCIA is that you … Continue reading

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Oh, of course: DACcountantcy

Was reminded by this seer peer (no typos) in a casual remark that DAOs (DACs) may change quite a bit about the world as we know it. “DAOs are a game changing invention enabling a new model for human collaboration. … Continue reading

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