Various Insightful Stories

August 5, 2015 at 3:35 pm Leave a comment

Rather a twist on The Sword In The Stone…sorry about the mordant humor.

Another tip for converting Android notes to the real world.  If, that is, you can really keep notes on your phone (mind you there are tablets and such too).

Was it a mistake? one hopes.  Google shares e-mail addresses of domain-holders…

Google Photo tips…

Yet another of the security holes in the computer world, and this one affects expenses to business because of hackers.  Worst of all I’m reminded of a Radioman “A” school adage.  “What can be encrypted can always be unencrypted.”

The peoples of India never come together …well, I mean…

This is about IoT and worth reading all of it.  Then consider this; there is much more information than is mentioned here.  Primarily for the individual there is this; there is no way to ensure that the data is anonymized and in fact…it can’t be.  Unless you learn how to randomize patterns (and remember not to wear key elements of clothing or use automobiles that are too modern, quite possibly not even carry a chip card with you at some point, be sure that you don’t have an implanted or tattooed emitter, have bought (used) clothing with cash…)  Unfortunately patterns that people use in merely driving home can predict all sorts of other things.  When I was going to high school J Edgar decided to keep lists of books checked from public libraries.  It didn’t do any good at the time for more reasons than is reasonable to name, starting with the absence of even TRS-80s (go look it up).  Now go find a corner, curl up and shiver a bit.  You should.  We all should.

Dedicated to X & Poorer, BTW

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