Monthly Archives: April 2013

Tresor-not

Over at the Personal Clouds list, the topic of Tresorit came up.  The service provides “completely secure cloud storage” and offers USD$10k to anyone who can hack the client-side encryption.  The word Tresor is either an encryption method designed to … Continue reading

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The best Tesla Roadster money can’t buy

Saturday I wrote a new installment in the Nosey Store Clerks Saga.  The post was named Culinary Alchemy – Part 2 of the Nosy Store Clerks saga and the title referred to a story I made up for the sole purpose … Continue reading

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Culinary Alchemy – Part 2 of the Nosy Store Clerks saga

Ah, it’s Spring time.  That wondrous time of the year when the birds come back to the feeder, squirrels battle over their nuts, and I dump a hundred or so pounds of grass seed on the lawn in hopes that … Continue reading

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VRM as root of sovereignty

A VRM-y system would presumably alert you if you didn’t meet the age requirements for some web site you wished to join or subscribe to.  Considering that under the CFAA doing so would be a felony in the US, you’d … Continue reading

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Spam origin experiment

One of the first things I did when I registered t-rob.net was to set up my new email address.  The second thing I did was to delete the spam email that arrived a moment later. Spam is the scourge of … Continue reading

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