TTAC runs my article about security vulnerabilities in traffic lights (as discovered by @jhalderm and his team).
The Truth About Cars published my Strangelovian rant about integrating your car with your phone.
I blog about the use of uncertified voting equipment for early voting in Harris County and its security ramifications.
Kudos to gate agent William Sellers @united who managed to squeeze me onto an earlier flight home. Huzzah!
Is the @RiceUniversity commencement plan changing today? I imagine the all-night rain will have us indoors somewhere, but no announcement.
Officially official: I've been promoted to full professor.
USENIX Security PC meeting (at MSR Redmond), laptop count: 18 Macs, 11 others (mostly Thinkpad).
News! I've officially been elected to the USENIX Association Board of Directors. My term officially starts in June.
I blog about the new IEEE Security & Privacy copyright agreement.
Don’t Call Yourself A Programmer, And Other Career Advice | Kalzumeus Software -
For All You Children of the 80s Out There -
My brain hurts. - Dan Wallach
Google Reader to get redesign and Google+ integration next week -
Finally! - Dan Wallach
Air Force disputes drone virus reports - Nextgov -
Google shutting down Buzz in a few weeks to focus on Google+, more products later this year -
And how will the death of Google Buzz effect Google Reader, which is pretty tightly integrated with Buzz? I didn't see any corresponding announcement of Reader integrating better with G+. - Dan Wallach
Hacker News | It now 404's so I've posted it here:Stevey's Google Platforms RantI was at Amazo... -
Incredible internal Google rant that somehow found its way outside. - Dan Wallach
Hacker News | It now 404's so I've posted it here:Stevey's Google Platforms RantI was at Amazo... -
The importance of "selection bias" in statistics -
Exclusive: Computer Virus Hits U.S. Drone Fleet | Danger Room | -
The article seems to imply that we're looking at garden-variety malware, not a Stuxnet-esque nation-state attack, but details are thin and the Air Force isn't saying much. - Dan Wallach
It's more likely that I was doing 911km/h -
Why the Best Days of Open Hardware are Yet to Come -
Shel Silverstein's Poems Live On In 'Every Thing' : NPR -
This morning, NPR ran a piece on a new book of Shel Silverstein poems. The winner was "Italian Food", as read by Toni Markiet (editor of the collection). Scroll down to the bottom of the article, where the poem is reprinted, and read it aloud. This brought me right back to my own childhood, reading other Silverstein books. - Dan Wallach
Print - Jon Stewart and the Burden of History - Esquire -
Very good article about what it means to be Jon Stewart. - Dan Wallach
Has an anonymous 4chan user gotten hands-on time with the unannounced Samsung Nexus Prime? -
WANT - Dan Wallach
Bodies hanging from bridge in Mexico are warning to social media users -
On getting the best deal with variable electric rates – Off the Kuff -
I guest-blog at Off The Kuff about trying to get a good deal on electricity. - Dan Wallach
9.14.2011: And The Winner Is -
Former Talking Head David Byrne's journal is always fascinating to read. Here, he gets invited to be a panelist on a film festival. - Dan Wallach
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