Monthly Archives: January 2007

Recursive Security

Cameras Protecting Other Cameras There is a proposal in Scotland to protect automatic speed-trap cameras from vandals by monitoring them with other cameras. Then, I suppose we need still other cameras to protect the camera-watching cameras. I am reminded of

Posted in Insanity

Fight The Net; YOU are the enemy!

BBQ has an (shock) article by a named author on The Great Satan’s lust to be able to destroy everything: The declassified document is called “Information Operations Roadmap”. It was obtained by the National Security Archive at George Washington University

Posted in Bollocks, Geekn, Insanity, Politricks

Broken Iron is our friend

A programmer colleague writes: Civil Disobediance is the only answer. On a rather predictable note the eye scanning has been dropped as all the machines run Windows and keep crashing ! Laughably the Uk has based it’s whole IT policy

Posted in Geekn, Politricks, Someone Clever Said

Right on the money

Looking for a Walter Nurnberg book on ebay… came across this… do these THINGS get everywhere, everytime? Now you’re going to tell me that’s religious imagery, aren’t you?

Posted in Strange

Microsoft seeks patent on 'immortal computing'

Interestingly morbid news… (Oh, and people who store information would be able to decide in advance when and to whom it would be disclosed, using DNA or biometrics to confirm identity.) For full story see: To read the patent

Posted in Bollocks

Jultra Strikes Back

[…] Now the question that immediately comes to mind is which ‘officials’ (aka installed Bolshevik coup faction) within the Home Office ? Is it that radical foaming menagerie of creatures that good people tried for decades to keep away from

Posted in Politricks, Someone Clever Said

Weaving around at lunch

I just saw this: Which brought me to here: Via the google… I like it!

Posted in Music

Take a break!

Do you have a spare moment? Or two?

Posted in Music

Turning away from fascism

Visa Denied: How Anti-Arab Visa Policies Destroy US Exports, Jobs and Higher Education In the aftermath of 9/11 US visa processing in the Arab world has ground to a halt. US consulates formerly striving to outsource key visa processes to

Posted in Justice, The Facts, Told You So

At your convenience

I notice two notices relating to banking this morning which threw up contrasting sentiments. The first was a bus shelter advert for a high street bank written entirely in Polish. Quite novel I thought especially as they don’t have them

Posted in life, NIR