Some links to help you through the morning after:
“Parkinson’s telescope?” asks Chuckles.
And the school’s explanation?
The school insists that the policy was a safety measure.
Note the name of the author in this next one: http://www.theatlantic.com/
PM Cameron: “I’m a Yankee Doodle Dandy”: http://www.techdirt.com/
Security in Estonia:
Just as information – in Estonia we have national id cards which have PKCS11 for digital signing and encryption. Everyone already has a key that can be used to encrypt and/or sign data. For instance, the state sends speedcam fines to you via email that are encrypted to your public key and digitally signed by a police officer. Any person can encrypt data to any other person’s public key provided that the recipient has an id card with valid certificates. The only caveat is that when the id card expires, the data is unencryptable because new certificates are generated in the new card and then signed by CA.
Nothing to what you find in the Bible. And still on matters literary, who cares if the code works: at least it rhymes …
And last for now:
Chuckles comments: “Storm in a … never mind.”
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]