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Good quote

On December 24, 2008, in Technology, by Administrator
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Going to be thinking about this one going into the new year. There is no such thing as information overload, there’s only filter failure. – Clay Shirkey A little out of context, but still appropriate for 2009.

Feds consider searches of terrorism blogs

On December 23, 2008, in Media Coverage, by Administrator
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The Homeland Security Department may soon start scouring the Internet to find blogs and message boards that terrorists use to plan attacks in the USA. The effort comes as researchers are seeing terrorists increasingly use the Internet to plan bombings, recruit members and spread propaganda. “Blogging and message boards have played a substantial role in […]

2009 – The year of living cyberdangerously

On December 19, 2008, in Security, by Administrator
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The reliance on computers to operate key infrastructures has created a tunnel of vulnerability previously unrealized in the history of conflict. I first wrote that sentence in 1993 as part of my M.A. thesis on information warfare and my thesis adviser made me remove it for being “overly sensational”.  Final revenge was mine, however, when […]

What’s cooking?

On December 16, 2008, in Obscurity, by Administrator
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One of my favorite recipes.  I’m sick of searching for it, so I’m blogging it in hopes that others can enjoy.  The Wegmans branded products can easily be replaced with more generic items.  Enjoy! Steamed Meatballs with Asian Green Beans Serves: 4 1 lb 90% or 85% Ground Beef 1 egg 3/4 cup panko bread […]

It’s all about the …..

On December 10, 2008, in Technology, by Administrator
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Back to the basement

On December 6, 2008, in Obscurity, Security, Technology, by Administrator
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Yesterday was my last day of employment at the Terrorism Research Center/TIS.  As an original co-founder of TRC in 1996 and it’s only active President and CEO, I was able to grow the company beyond any of the expectations we originally had.  It has been a fun and tremendously rewarding experiencing that will serve as […]

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