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Pulling the Twitter thread a bit more….

On March 12, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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Andy Carvin writes a more detailed post on how Twitter could save lives. Karoli doesn’t get it and issues the following challenge “If someone could leave a comment giving me one truly practical reason to use Twitter, I’ll sign up and add them as my first friend, because I seriously don’t understand the buzz around […]

Physical attacks against digital targets

On March 11, 2007, in Papers and Essays, Security, Speaking Engagements, Technology, by Administrator
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Anyone who has seen me present or has been a student in my class is familiar with the matrix below. In fact, this matrix was the guiding principle for an entire conference session in Sweden 18 months ago and I’ve briefed on it least 300 times to thousands of people. Now read this article: SCOTLAND […]

Second Grade Second Life

On March 11, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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My daughter (and wife) seem to be hooked on the second grade version of Second Life called Webkinz. With Webkinz the cost of entry is the purchase of a physical stuffed animal that is bundled with a unique code that allows you to go online and virtually care for your pet. You can create a […]

What are you doing right now?

On March 11, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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Twitter wants to know. After hearing about it on at least 20 podcasts, I decided to check it out. It seems to be nothing more than the next step in the pervasive social networking meme that takes the geek culture by storm every few months. Twitter allows you to use IM and SMS messages to […]

Total Intelligence Solutions Launched

On March 10, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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Total Intelligence Solutions launched recently. You can learn more about the company at the TotalIntel.com website. I co-manage this company with Rob Richer (former Assistant Deputy Director of Operations (ADDO) at the Central Intelligence Agency) and serve as President. We are poised to change the landscape in this industry and have brought together world-class capabilities […]

Puddle of mud…

On March 10, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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I managed to go on vacation without taking my Mac Book Pro with me. Instead, I relied on my Sony UX390N and my Nokia n800 for all my Internet needs. The UX and n800 both worked great for surfing the web and the UX did double duty with email as well. While on travel I […]

And now for something completely different….

On March 6, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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Second Life terrorism. Link—> Is voice chat the killer app of Second Life?  It could be:  Link—>  Also listen to the PodCast regarding how voice will integrated:  Link—> 

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