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September 3, 2010
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Car
Posted on September 3, 2010 at 4:58 PM
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do you eat squid or have stock in a squid comp or summin cuz whaz wit diz fazinatizn wit da squidz?
I think something called a 'squid car' should have red and blue lights. "Look out, its the Cups! There's three squid cars out there!"
You have recently had a couple of posts on "smart grid" and other systems in the home with remote broadcast / access.
NIST has published it's first guidelines for "Smart Grids"
I don't know if you have seen Dan Geer's essay on Cybersecurity and National Policy" in the Harvard National Security journal,
It is an interesting read and although I share his viewpoint in many respects I don't hold with some of the implications.
Although it was published back in April this year for some reason it only just appears to be hitting the blogsphere.
i love this bit from their faq:
question: why does this website have red text on a blue background? that’s really difficult to read!
answer: it’s the web. it’s supposed to be difficult to read. you want easy to read? get a book!
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