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{ Monthly Archives } May 2011

Do Not Read This Book

This book ruined my ability to enjoy watching soccer. Ok, that’s not literally true. I still enjoy watching soccer as much as I did before, but it definitely ruined any chance of me following soccer as a sport. It turns out, shockingly, that the overall outcomes are largely predictable, at least to a level of […]

Tripwire Tripped

First this: “Tripwire board of directors chairman William Lattin said the acquisition marks an exciting opportunity for Tripwire and is great news for Oregon business as it keeps the talent and expertise in Portland.” Then this: “Tripwire laid off about 50 employees Tuesday — nearly 15 percent of its total work force.” I suppose he […]

Reasonable Search and the Cloud

Looks like some progress on constitutional protections for information assets in the cloud. I can’t help wondering if this type of legislation is really effective, or if the loopholes in place for terror investigations make it a moot point. This bit was also interesting: “Under current law, law enforcement does not need to acquire a […]