Tag Archives: homeland security

ooh, scrubbed… shiny… marching nicely in lockstep…

I had to shake my head at this one: Next post Op-Ed: A Civil Perspective on Cybersecurity. It’s so earnest. Real Boy Scout stuff. So golly gee whickers, isn’t the U.S. a marvelous beacon of light and good and all … Continue reading

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egypt rerouting

I interrupt my own article with something that occurred to me while writing: Here’s the big question I have. If Egypt’s Internet network was taken down with a series of phone calls, then who made those calls? If it was … Continue reading

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wikileaks: “The avalanche has already started, it is too late for the pebbles to vote.”

In looking over this article, one thing that strikes me is that these Wikileaks commentaries are becoming a blend of current political issues as well as Wikileaks news, and not just purely articles about Wikileaks itself. In fact, this article … Continue reading

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this n that

I keep trying to warp my mind around it, and I keep failing. I know it’s because they are hate based if not actually designated as hate groups, but how on earth anyone or any organization calling itself “Christian” can … Continue reading

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