Archive for February 5th, 2008

Qwik Hits

Some interesting stuff I’ve stumbled across recently, short-attention-span style:

You don’t have to let the TSA’s security theatre cramp your style when flying;

Fourth undersea cable in the Middle East is severed – and still nobody is uttering the “t” word!

Russia: “hacker haven”, say some; “lies”, say others;

Youtube carries “honest-to-goodness intelligence”, according to the head of the DNI’s Open Source Center. Obviously, he’s talking about the information kind of intelligence, and not that of the users and commentators…

Good-fitting suits are all about the armholes;

Man, I hate it when people steal manhole covers;

The United States turns out to not be the only country with absurd and unnecessary implementations of security rules, as Canadian officials take OPSEC way too far.

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