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Asking the Stupid Questions Since 1971
 Tuesday, September 10, 2002

Adhesive Bandages

David Fletcher points to NIST's Procedures for Handling Security Patches. Weighing in at 100 pages, I doubt I'll read it tonight.

3:37:55 PM # Google It!
categories: Security, System Administration

Things Next to Each Other

Again, with the odd juxtaposition of writings aggregated, I read Ray Ozzie's Tyranny, Terror, and Technology and Dan Gillmor's top 10 list. And in the same span of time, entered into a discussion with a co-worker, whom I did not know was a co-worker, about communications difficulties in some organizations.

2:38:10 PM # Google It!

I am Voter, hear me Roar

Primary elections in New York State are today. I voted. Did you?

One thing, among many, that disturbs me about intrusions of copyright on fair use, is that I think felons should not be permitted to vote. They have voided that hypothetical Social Contract, and are no longer party to its benefits. If copyright violations are felonies, then the criminal class will overwhelm the citizenry. And who then can vote?

2:04:11 PM # Google It!
categories: Law, Politics

No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service

Have you tried to go into a restaurant wearing just shoes and shirt?

10:42:47 AM # Google It!