Monthly Archives: July 2016

Security and the Internet of Things (IoT)

Short post today… More of a link than a post.  This Economist story from July 18, 2015, entitled, “Their own devices” is an excellent read for the non-technical person on the security implications of everything becoming a computer. Here is the … Continue reading

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Hollywood: Please represent the military accurately

The Page house caught a bug this past Christmas (2015).  As a result, we didn’t get out of the house very much; instead we ended up getting extra value from our Netflix and iTunes Movies accounts. One of the (many) … Continue reading

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Is encryption a tool for terrorists?

Keywords:  Candidate competence, Voter competence Neither Republicans or Democrats have a lock on technical ignorance.  I loved the term “staggering ignorance” in a December 2015 article on Venture Beat.  “Loved” in terms of being vivid and accurate; not in terms … Continue reading

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