The Week That Would Have Been
Daily Archive: September 17, 2013
Over the summer my family made our nearly-annual trip to New England. On the last day we had a delicious lunch at a restaurant in Providence, Rhode Island called Succotash. After a week of...
Next April, Windows XP will be a very dangerous operating system to use because Microsoft is ceasing support for it (including attack vulnerabilities). I have an army of Windows XP machines. So now what do I do?
Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning are just the latest in a long list of whistleblowers that have made headlines over the past fifty years.
Abusing its power as the custodian of internet traffic is going to cost the US. Why the US should learn the lessons of Pax Brittanica and work to restore the world’s trust as guarantor of data freedom.
Russia shows Ordinary Times how to take it to the next level. Let’s not actually go there.
Life is better with Shugo Tokumaru