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Friday, March 30, 2012

so thats why he's not invited to give his views?

Bruce Schneier, a vocal critic of security measures used by the Transportation Security Administration, was asked to testify before Congress about TSA's security screening initiatives but then was "formally uninvited" after the agency complained.

"On Friday, at the request of the TSA, I was removed from the witness list," Schneier wrote on his blog. "The excuse was that I am involved in alawsuit against the TSA, trying to get them to suspend their full-body scanner program. But it's pretty clear that the TSA is afraid of public testimony on the topic, and especially of being challenged in front of Congress. They want to control the story, and it's easier for them to do that if I'm not sitting next to them pointing out all the holes in their position. Unfortunately, the committee went along with them."





http://www.economist.com/debate/debates/overview/225

This house believes that changes made to airport security since 9/11 have done more harm than good.

About this debate

The effectiveness of the methods used by the terrorists responsible for the 9/11 attacks jolted the world's governments into action on their airport-security procedures. So the Transportation Security Administration was formed in America; luggage screening was widely increased; cockpit doors were strengthened. And in the years since, authorities have responded to further attempted attacks by adding new layers of security, enforcing the removal of shoes, banning liquids of any significant size from hand luggage and rolling out full-body scanning machines. Is this all so much theatre, designed to give the appearance of security, while actually distracting attention and funding from other more useful ways of keeping bombs and bad people off planes? Or are they sensible responses to real threats, which require passengers to suffer minor inconveniences for the good of all?


Do you agree with the motion?

87%
voted yes
13%
voted no
This debate has finished. Voting is now closed.

Voting at a glance

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Representing the sides

Bruce Schneier
Defending the motion
Bruce Schneier
Author, "Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust Society Needs to Survive"

In the entire decade or so of airport security since the attacks on America on September 11th 2001, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has not foiled a single terrorist plot or caught a single terrorist.

Kip Hawley
Against the motion
Kip Hawley
Author, "Permanent Emergency: Inside the TSA and the Fight for the Future of American Security"

More than 6 billion consecutive safe arrivals of airline passengers since the 9/11 attacks mean that whatever the annoying and seemingly obtuse airport-security measures may have been, they have been ultimately successful.e

















arguability

http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest+News/Singapore/Story/A1Story20120328-336355.html

1. driving after failing 13 driving tests, unarguably bad.
2. driving after inbibing substantial amount of alcohol, unarguably bad.
3. killing somebody , unarguably bad.


1. helping pros market their services and manage their schedules, arguably good.

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

when will we reach?

ILLEGAL INTERVIEWING QUESTIONS

INQUIRY AREA

APPROPRIATE

INAPPROPRIATE

Age

Questions about age are only permitted if it is necessary to ensure that a person is legally old enough to do the job.

Questions about age, dates of attending school, dates of military service, requests for birth certificate.

Address

What is your address?

Examples: Do you own or rent your home? How long have you lived at your current address?

Arrest Record

May ask about arrests or pending charges if they are substantially related to the job.

Questions about arrests or pending charges for jobs other than those that are substantially related to the particular job.

Convictions

May ask about convictions if they are substantially related to the job. May let applicants know that policy requires a background check prior to hire.

Questions about convictions that are not substantially related to the job.

Citizenship/
National Origin

May ask about legal authorization to work in the specific position if all applicants are asked.

Examples: Are you a US citizen? Where were you born? Where were your parents born? Are you an American? What kind of name is that?

Credit Rating or Garnishments

Only if the job requires significant financial responsibility or access to cash or funds. In most cases, no question is acceptable.

Questions about credit ratings since they have little or no relations to job performance.

Disability

Are you able to perform the essential functions of this job – with or without accommodations? Questions about knowledge of skills necessary to perform the job requirements.

Example: Do you have a disability? What is the nature of severity of your disability?

Education

Inquiries about degrees or equivalent experiences that are related to the job being applied for.

Questions about education that are not related to the job being applied for.

Family/Marital Status

Whether an applicant can meet work schedules or job requirements. If asking, should ask all applicants.

Any inquiry about marital status: married, single, separated, divorced, and engaged; children; pregnancy or child care plans.

Health

None

Example: How is your (or your family’s) health?

Military

Type of education and experience in service as it relates to a particular job.

Type of discharge or registration status.

Name

May ask current legal name. “Is additional information, such as a different name or nickname necessary in order to check job references?”

Questions about national origin, ancestry, or prior marital status.

Organizations

Inquiries about professional organizations related to the position.

Inquiries about organizations that might indicate race, sex, religion or national origin.

Race or Appearance

None

Comments about complexion, color, height, or weight.

Religion

Describe the work schedule and ask whether applicant can work that schedule. If asking, should ask of all applicants.

Inquiries on religious preferences, affiliations, or denominations.

Sexual Orientation

None

Inquiries about sexual orientation. Inquiries revealing stereotypes for certain sexual orientation (i.e. why do you wear an earring?)

Work Experience

Applicants’ previous employment experience.

Questions about sick leave use or worker’s compensation claims in previous jobs.



http://www.uwec.edu/career/online_library/illegal_ques.htm

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With a low of 26 C and a high of 32 C
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the pirate release will have fixed the bug







https://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/28/technology/for-an-edge-on-the-internet-computer-code-gains-a-following.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all

and of course, even before reading that, the super hawtness of codeacademy.

so i don't quite get it.

because unless i have something i need to do with the code, i cannot imagine whats the big deal with concatting strings and splitting strings into tokens.

i'd think some sort of course where computing is explained in a general sense is probably more useful than learning how to concat strings or splitting into tokens. like, in a very confined and limited way, for example, the difference between vb and vbs.

in the griping hand,
http://pc.gamespy.com/pc/sim-city-5/1221798p1.html
looks amazing!
but unless playing multiplayer, why should it require a net connection? so that i can't play if they turn off their servers? so that i must have the pirated version that doesn't have the same bug?

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

hur hur hur...


Found on /. today...

MATHS TEST FOR STATE SCHOOLS
Name:
Nickname:
Gang Name:

1. Simon has 0.5 kilos of cocaine. If he sells an 8 ball to Matt for 300 quid and 90 grams to Ollie
for 90 quid, what is the street value of the rest of his hold?

2. Damon pimps 3 bitches. If the price is GBP40 a ride, how many jobs per day must each bitch
perform to support Damon's GBP500 a day coke habit?

3. Crackster wants to cut the kilo of cocaine he bought for 7,000 quid to make a 20% profit. How
many grams of Strychnine will he need?

4. Trev got 6 years for murder. He also got GBP350,000 for the hit. If his common law wife
spends GBP33,100 per month, how much money will be left when he gets out?
Extra Credit Bonus: How much more time will Trev get for killing the slapper that spent his
money?

5. If an average can of spray paint covers 22 square metres and the average letter is 1 square metre,
how many letters can be sprayed with eight fluid ounce cans of spray paint with 20% extra paint
free ?

6. Liam steals Jordan's skateboard. As Liam skates away at a speed of 35mph, Jordan loads his
brother's Armalite. If it takes Jordan 20 seconds to load the gun, how far will Liam have travelled
when he gets whacked?

MATHS TEST FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Name:

(If longer please continue on a separate sheet)
School:
Daddy's/Mummy's Company:

1. Harry smashes up the old man's car, causing x amount of damage and killing 3 people. The old
man asks his local Chief Constable to intervene in the court system, then forges his insurance claim
and receives a payment of y. The difference between x and y is three times the life insurance
settlement for the three dead people. What kind of car is Harry driving now?

2. Fiona's personal shopper decides to substitute generic and own-brand products for the designer
goods favoured by her employer. In the course of a month she saves the price of a return ticket to
Fiji and Fiona doesn't even notice the difference. Is she thick or what?

3. Tristram fancies the arse off a certain number of debutants, but he only has enough Rohypnol left
to render 33.3% unconscious. If he has 14 tablets of Rohypnol, how is he ever going to shag the
other two thirds?

4. If Verity throws up 4 times a day for a week she can fit into a size 8 Versace. If she only throws
up 3 times a day for two weeks, she has to make do with a size 10 Dolce & Gabbana. How much
does liposuction cost?

5. Henry is unsure about his sexuality. Three days a week he fancies women. On the other days he
fancies men, ducks and vacuum cleaners. However he only has access to the Hoover every third
week. When will he stand for parliament?



There's a equally funny one a few posts above this on:

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Who coined that bit about "you are what you eat" anyway?

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Tanks big n small..


Just set up tonight with $7 of tetras..


Hope they dun all end up as soon hock food..

btw, just saw on /. :

The thing about protesting that kind of thing, is you put yourself at risk. This is largely why I am part of that complacent mass. I have a job, a home, a bright looking future. I think there's lots of problems with the world that should be fixed, but I sure as hell am not going to risk losing what I have. The only people who can protest this stuff are people who don't have much to begin with, and they just get shrugged off as "jobless hippies". It's actually a suspiciously well engineered little system.

Calling up the school in a huff because the cafeteria serves junk food on the other hand.. very low risk for the bored stay at home mom..



in response to :

The problem isn't the outrage, it's that it's aimed at useless targets. By and large, the bigger problem with our society is complacency. When we really need outrage, e.g., to put bankers in jail for their crimes, the same busibodies are nowhere to be found

the marketing department bigger than the engineering one, eh?





australia is complaining:
new zealand is complaining:
norway too:

and i believe germany's already done it.

the new ipad in its current state will never connect to a 4G network outside of USA or Canada.
basically, USA and Canada use different frequencies from the rest of the world(remember the old dual, tri, quad band phones???).

it does not look like 700/2100 are in the plans
looks like in sg, they're allowed to advertise a non-existent feature. usually fine print does not superceed claims in the ad body, and often dun even superceed reasonable consumer expectations......

having no clue how to use sip telephony...


http://seethisnowreadthis.com/2009/07/11/get-sipdroid-to-work-with-any-sip-provider-on-your-android-phone/

i thinking its highly possible to use sipdroid with pbxes.org account to call from sip to sip foc.

and alternative to sipdroid would be
and then there's these people who want to do real mesh networking over wifi on android...

i've been a fan of this since eons ago..

What is “WASTE again”?

“WASTE again” enables you to create a decentralized and secure private mesh network using an unsecure network, such as the internet. Once the public encryption keys are exchanged, sending messages, creating groupchats and transferring files is easy and secure.

Creating a mesh

To create a mesh you need at least two computers with “WASTE again” installed. During installation, a unique pair of public and private keys for each computer is being generated. Before the first connection can be established, you need to exchange these public keys. These keys enable “WASTE again” to authenticate every connection to other “WASTE again” clients.

After exchanging the keys, you simply type in the computers IP address to connect to. If that computer is located behind a firewall or a NAT-router, you have to create a portmap first to enable incoming connections.

At least one computer in your mesh has to be able to accept incoming connections, making it a “public node”. If no direct connection between two firewalled computers can be made, “WASTE again” automatically routes your traffic through one or more of the available public nodes.

Every new node simply has to exchange keys with one of the connected nodes and then connect to it. All the other nodes will exchange their keys automatically over the mesh.

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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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whoa! so much bile!

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/education/blackboard-buys-moodleroomsand-no-this-isnt-an-early-april-fools/4866

There's a big gap in the market, going by the response..


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Which is rather unfortunate, since I can say without exaggeration that Blackboard is probably the worst piece of modern software I've ever had to use. Moodle's certainly not perfect, but I've found it absolutely fine in general day-to-day use; Blackboard is slow, buggy, and has a web interface which manages to disable such revolutionary new browser features as 'the back button', and 'middle click'.

Compared to just about any other popular webapp however, it is complete shit. It is like all those horrible intranet applications sold to business that are completely dependent on plugins just serve static content, require 7 clicks to do something that should require 2, have poor browser support, break when you do normal things like click the back button, and seems to get worse with each new release.

One of the things I remember about Blackboard is the regular re-introduction of old bugs. Blackboard would fix a bug and the bug would come back a couple of releases later, at which point we would have to prove to Blackboard support that the bug had come back; because of course they had it in their head that they had fixed it. And of course, Blackboard would take several months to fix any bug that had any kind of workaround, even though many times the workarounds were completely unreasonable, like they IE7 compatibility workaround: 'disable every security feature of Internet Explorer 7'.



after (how many years?) the latest release finally fixes the race condition that would delete an entire class's worth of grades if two teaching assistants (who teach, say, different lab sections for a single lecture section) dared to upload grades at the same time! The same release forces you to triple-click on a cell to enter a grade, but hey, we've almost advanced to 1960's-era databases!

But in all seriousness, I don't know a single professor in the department who would use Blackboard if it weren't mandated for all courses by the university administration.

Using Blackboard is bad enough, but to get the full effect, you should try administering it.

Or developing for it.

It's the opposite of intuitive, I had to have someone take me through how to upload a simple SCORM course the first time. It's burried under about six menus, half of which tend to be un-alt-tagged generic icons. Needless to say that a year later when we had to do it again I had completely forgotten how to do it.

It's *really* clunky, and every one I've seen uses frames like they're going out of fashion. Rather than, you know, DOA.

And it's not just Blackboard Learn. It's every piece of software they've ever written (I have a great deal of experience extending and supporting BBTS at every level, there were massive gaps in middleware that they didn't provide that I had to write myself). I'm quite convinced they design the software to be intentionally bad to secure service contracts (that are enormously expensive, indeed). Even something as simple as monitoring their services was a nightmare. The tools they provided almost always hung when opened. I had to reverse engineer the protocol they were using and write an app that would detect when a service was having problems and auto-restart it. One service would just kill itself if it got too many errors (as I was told by one of their engineers, it maintains a count of failed actions, if that count gets too high, the process either hangs or exits), and these errors were internal, not really "errors," and happened at a very rapid rate. I just can't comprehend that level of bad. Don't even get me started on the DB structure, the backup methods, nor the interfaces between the individual components and their 3rd-party bindings (which weren't well maintained). Holy shit, man. Holy shit.

There were some bright people working there, unfortunately they have to support a monumental failure. I feel their pain.

For awhile they shipped a buggy version of tomcat that could not close the threads it opened. This resulted in tomcat seizing after a week or so of being up.

I spent two weeks troubleshooting this and was literally advised to "RTFM" by Blackboard support when I contacted them for help. The kicker? Blackboard was never even aware of the bug until after they accidentally fixed it by shipping an updated tomcat binary with a new release.

Every time our college escapes Blackboard and their horrendous technical support and technical staff they buy the company we moved to. Likewise, every time they buy the company we moved to, the technical support takes a noticeable nosedive. Our support people notice it, our staff notices it, it's just that obvious when it happens. We have to almost fight with them to get things done sometimes and the only thing they can manage to do with reasonable turnaround time is notify you of outages (caused, the majority of the time, at least for us, by their mistakes).

I had several Professors who used the Course Page features, such as Forums, File Management, the ability to allow students the ability to upload files, and email in the Banner portals rather than use BlackBoard. That speaks volumes to me.

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With a low of 26 C and a high of 32 C
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amusing thing, the internet



Even if they are able

To Hook Your Users ,

They may want some boobies on their site..

this is amusing enough i should look into it a little bit more...

Formally, a Markov chain since its choice tomorrow depends solely on what it ate cheese today, tomorrow it will eat grapes with equal probability. From any position there are two possible transitions, to the next step depends non-trivially on the current state.
Many other examples of Markov chains exist. Formally, a Markov chain is defined for a discrete set of all states and transitions have been included in the future. However, the theory is usually applied only when the probability distribution for the system was previously in 4 or 6.
Another example is the dietary habits of a Markov chain since its choice tomorrow depends solely on what it ate cheese today, tomorrow it will eat grapes.
A series of coin flips) satisfies the formal definition of a Markov chain Monte Carlo methodology covers cases where the process goes on forever.
A famous Markov chain Monte Carlo methodology covers cases where the process is a random process with the Markov property. Often, the term "Markov chain" is used to mean a Markov process which has a discrete set of all states and transitions have been included in the future. However, the statistical properties that are important.
The changes of state of a Markov chain. However, the theory is usually applied only when the probability distribution for the system are called transition probabilities. The set of times (i.e., a discrete-time Markov chain)[1] although some authors use the same terminology where "time" can take continuous values.[2][3] The use of the days on which the creature will eat grapes.

But this is even better! http://dl.dropbox.com/u/69266512/scipaper.pdf ahahahahahah!

They should read this - http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2008/11/the-things-he-carried/7057/3/?single_page=true

breast-feeding woman who was locked in a glass jail for an hour (and missed her plane) Her crime? She wanted to carry milk home to her new baby.






as /. was saying..

Given the rarity of any terrorist attack before the TSA existed I would say that it is far more reasonable for the TSA to have the burden of proof why they should be allowed to continue to exist. - http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/03/26/2221246/congress-capitulates-to-tsa-refuses-to-let-bruce-schneier-testify

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Monday, March 26, 2012

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Why people go overseas holiday.


For the food,of course.

um, economist.com runs on drupal 6

http://drupal.org/node/915102
...In the end, The Economist chose Drupal for its vibrant community, and the ecosystem of modules that it produces....
...With the sponsorship and encouragement of The Economist, Cyrve open sourced its migrate modulewhich is the heart of its migration methodology....

actually, my thoughts run along the lines of...given that many modules don't support drupal 7 (for example http://drupal.org/node/418616), are there good reasons to want to move to 7?

and yea, i got the urge to look it up because the economist link says "node". hur. they not using pathauto.

Cosy amid the thaw : The Arctic Council works well—because of the region’s riches



the russians are the only ones with nuclear powered ice breakers and they have been trying it for a long long time, mostly motivated by the fact that they have few ports. what i'd suggest they do, is to build fast broadband to the arctic circle, along with tax breaks for building data centers and cheap(ish) nuclear or gas power. 1 stone and i dunno how many birds..that sorta thing...

Jenna Talackova




i'll leave everyone to discover what about her.

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is so that you can then go and buy said paper and feel good about yourself.

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

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one of the more engaging i've seen recently, but..

fate/zero, the precursor to fate/stay night..

http://youtu.be/2bcCVfQ4WGI

1. still , why is arthur a girl?
2. why alexander called iskandar?

otherwise now going thru stein's gate. its complicated.

nods, sighs, and shrugs.



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Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Friday, March 23, 2012

is this the most famous yoko kano song?

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notice how some people like to call noon 12pm or 12am?

well, they are wrong, since a.m. and p.m. are ante meridium and post meridium respectively. so noon must necessarily be 12m, not ante or post m. midnight is both 12am and 12pm, just in case.. and computers originally counted seconds since epoch, i think. probably until they had to interface with..

people who read alot..

and have many friends...


and enjoy this:

rather more than this:

all in all, i'm probably losing my marbles.