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November 7, 2008
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid USB Drive
Posted on November 7, 2008 at 4:22 PM
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Truly Beautiful, it's almost as if they knew about Squid Blogging Fridays.
On an unrelated note, does the TSA do any security checks or inspections on passengers/crew on Cargo Carriers?
As a bonus feature, it comes with Bruce's private key preloaded on the drive
Nice, yes. On the other hand, you'd be paying 70 bucks for a 2 GB drive, just because the plastic's in a different shape than the usual boxy kind.
Oh, it's plastic. I thought it was real cloned squid flesh and one stored it in a marine aquarium.
Bruce, are you going to get one of these?
I have vague fealings of déjà vu about this one.
I love the Friday squid blogs, but I've gotta ask. Why squids?
@ John Waters,
OK I can think of an obvious use for two of the tenticles,
But what use do you have in mind for the others?
Answers on a postcard to...
Wait! Wait! I'm working on a flash drive that looks like a guinea pig! Honest!
Seriously, the Corsair Survivor series is much more practical, even if it doesn't look "cute".
I'll think I'll get on of those USB wrist watch instead. ;)
I'm working on a flash drive that looks like a guinea pig!
We had a guinea pig once. That rascal only wanted to eat and sleep. Man it was huge. I take that your USB drive will work like a guinea pig, ha ha
"Schneier is clueless"
Jeez, kind of a harsh statement for one who simply repeated himself. Considering how much he writes, I'd cut him some slack. I bet he at least knows that Africa is a continent.
The remaining 8 tentacles can be used for either MOLLE attachment and/or interfacing with various japanese made cartoon figurines.
@mckt: "As a bonus feature, it comes with Bruce's private key preloaded on the drive"
They tried to, but there was not enough space on the drive.
I'm still holding out for the Bruce Schneier PEZ dispenser.
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