Monthly Archives: January 2010

TSA Security Flaw

Today, I took a domestic flight within the US. I noticed a problem minor flaw in the security procedure used to verify and account for passengers. Their bug wouldn’t allow someone to sneak a weapon onto a plane. However, it … Continue reading

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Optimal Humour

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the more `insider knowledge’ one needs to get a joke, the funnier one finds it. Sure, there are funny jokes that everyone gets, and astrophysics jokes that are boring even to astrophysicists. However, … Continue reading

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Vibram Fivefingers Review (Part I)

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my new Vibram Fivefingers. I’ve had them for about two weeks now, and to cover some of these queries in more detail, I deciede to write a full-on review. Check out my thoughts on using the fivefingers walking, running, hiking, and climbing after the break. Continue reading

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