Bruce Schneier did not boycott the RSA Conference. Instead, Schneier also attended TrustyCon.
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Terrible collisions though.
You can only be charged with negligence if you fail to perform a legal duty. I'm not sure there is a legal duty that's broken by enabling anonymity, especially without any particular intention.
Also you're comparing geological time-scale climate change with dramatic recent climate change. Answers for your questions exist, even if you don't wish to see them.
I got here a little early. So if you come there will be at least one other person here.
Also I have shirts!
That was monzy.
You're welcome to get an early start. On the main party list you select attending next to the one you want to go to.
Happy mutants are welcome.
In the interest of full-disclosure, I mostly played Angband, but I think all rogue-likes can be friends
Hope to see you there.
So! The Daily Pint is a great little place with interesting beer and a *huge* scotch menu. I did say little though, but I'm banking on a distribution of arrival times. In any case, I checked with them and they are cool with a bunch of people showing up. They also have pool tables and some other games.
By the way, I'll plan on wearing my nethack shirt.
It sure is terrible that EA is trying hard not to go down the tubes. The cost of modern games is enormous, a lot of them never even recoup their losses, and yes EA is trying to eke out every penny from games that do succeed. That way, they can be in business one more year.
I think you're wrong.
Best of luck. I've been here since the main use in going to your website was finding the latest news on Enlightenment, and I really appreciate all of your work.