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March 23, 2007
My Trip to India
Articles were written about me in the Hindustan Times and the Economic Times.
Posted on March 23, 2007 at 12:56 PM
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wow ... dan brown quoted you as a technology expert? maybe now legislators will start listening to you!
It's a bit of a shame that they think that Dan Brown quoting you increases your credibility.
Have you ever read "Digital Fortress"?
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
Digital Fortress was embarassing - it took me a few -seconds- (not -chapters-) to solve the riddle. Dan Brown's books make me sad, although DaVinci Code wasn't too bad.
Did they make you position your hair that way for the picture because they maybe thought it would make you look more Indian? :-)
Davinci Code started ok, but quickly got boring for me.
Now, to important matters. Looking over Hindustan Times. Bruce... dude, what is going on with the hair?
Never realised that you'd come to India; I might've missed the news item in the newspaper I read (Deccan Herald). Didn't know about you being mentioned Da Vinci Code though that book was eminently forgetable. Still, it's cool that you were mentioned in such a successful novel.
Never knew that you'd be coming to India. :-)
"...Bruce Schneier is reconciled to the fact that most people will always be interested in him first and foremost because he’s been mentioned in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code."
I always learn something new. Nice articles. Thanks for the heads-up.
If Dan Brown has mentioned you in a book, when are you going to mention him in one of yours?
Another thought, when are you going to get around to a compendium of Snake Oil sellers?
Security shmecurity. How was the food?!
Any planned tour for Australia ?
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