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July 4, 2007
Security is always a trade-off.
Posted on July 4, 2007 at 2:09 PM
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Dear god... The very essence of the horror that is my job, explained succinctly in a single-frame cartoon.
@Frank: What, your job is to clean up cat pooh? That is an essence of horror!
Me too :(
And I have 2 cats.
You don't have the cats. The cats have you! ;)
I've had that one hanging on my cube since it was published last month! It really does sum things up well...
For those that don't know,
Sir Isaac Newton (Born Xmas Day 1642) Invented the "cat flap" and "milled edges" on coins oh and supposadly had his mind jogged by an apple one day as to why things fall..
Both of the inventions are quite relevant to security, as for gravity it keeps our heads out of the clouds 8)
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