Monthly Archives: July 2010

A is for Apocalypse

A’s the apocalypse, a dry, barren waste B is for bombs, misfired in haste C is for cyborgs, cold and unfeeling D is the Doctor, with tales sending you reeling E is “exterminate!”, a Dalek’s shrill cry F is for … Continue reading

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Real Cybersecurity Begins at Home

The Tech Liberation Front has a great article rejecting some of the thoughtless panic around the way that Google’s streetview cars have been mapping wifi networks. One of their subtitles really jumped out at me: Real Cyber Security Begins at … Continue reading

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I do not enjoy fireworks. I already know how dangerous and destructive men can be, without being reminded how beautiful we find destruction. I prefer fireflies: silent, natural, and safe.

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