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National Do Not Call

On June 27, 2003, in Technology, by Administrator
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Finally! We’ve needed a solution like this for a while. The National Do Not Call registry will allow you to register your phone numbers and designate that you do not want to receive calls from telemarketing companies. Can’t wait for the enforcement of this registry, which begins on October 1, 2003. Visit donotcall.gov to register […]

Photo blog

On June 10, 2003, in Technology, by Administrator
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I am testing a new Nokia 3650 with a built in camera. Pictures can be sent from the phone straight to the internet. See examples at this site.

Under Construction

On June 8, 2003, in Technology, by Administrator
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This site is under active construction and may not display correctly when viewed in Windows. Issue should be addressed soon. UPDATE: Think I have the problem solved. If it is still not displaying correctly for you, please email me.

US Cybersecurity Agency launched

On June 8, 2003, in Security, by Administrator
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We’ve lost two cybersecurity directors in as many months, but that hasn’t impacted developments at DHS. “The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced the creation of a new cybersecurity division Friday, kindling a spark of optimism in technology industry groups that were losing faith in the government’s commitment to computer security.” Full Story

Threat still exists…

On June 4, 2003, in Security, by Administrator
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Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terror network is poised to unleash chemical, biological and even nuclear attacks, the US Central Intelligence Agency said. “Al-Qaeda and associated extremist groups have a wide variety of potential agents and delivery means to choose from for chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attacks,” the CIA said in a report …More

The Dog Blog

On June 2, 2003, in Obscurity, by Administrator
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The Dog Blog is a great idea. Lots of fun. Can you guess which one is mine?

Church of Jenkins

On June 2, 2003, in Security, by Administrator
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I’ve often joked that I am going to start a formal religion surrounding the work of Brian Jenkins in the terrorism field. His name is cited so often and in such strange circumstances that it is obvious he has a dedicated following. When I introduce Brian for speaking engagements, I often say “it is tough […]

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