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June 15, 2011
I'm at the Tenth Workshop on Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2011) , at George Mason University. Most of the papers are online, and Ross Anderson is liveblogging the talks.
Posted on June 15, 2011 at 1:19 PM
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Really wish Mason had done a better job promoting this event... I'm IT Security student at Mason and had no idea...
I really wish I had some corporate or other sponsor paying me to attend such nice events. Sigh.
That's a good school! I was academically expelled from there! ("Bluto Blutarksy. Zero. Point. Zero.")
"Red Hot and Blue", just down the road from there, is a pretty good barbecue joint.
You shoulda said something. I would have taken you out for a beer.
re: Neuroeconomics, Experimental Economics: What They Can Tell US About Human Risk Decisionmaking
very interested in the reasoning here,
Hope you had a worthy experience at the workshop. Would have liked to have shared some scotch/brandy with you, maybe next time when you back in my 'neck of the woods.'
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