Gongol.com Archives: June 2015
Absolutely miserable failure rate by the TSA
Good security comes from having many low-friction layers that aggregate to a high level of security, rather than a single and highly obtrusive system in which we vest all of our hopes
On real professionalism
People abuse the word "professional" -- applying it to suggest a higher level of quality. In reality, professionalism is about following a certain code of ethics. In return for being compensated well, you agree to put the client's needs first. The story of a 99-year-old financial adviser is a good example.
Russia plans a new $5 billion aircraft carrier
Google, Apple, and now Facebook trend toward higher levels of encryption for regular users
A good way to describe some of the exploitations of poor people for the amusement of television