Have separation between levels of security and have fewer & fewer admins working on them as you go up the chain. Use the old established and trusted guys at the top. Don't have thousands of people (particularly contractors) crawling all over the most sensitive data. Seems obvious really. Look at the amount of data *Private* Bradley Manning got his hands on. It's like NSA & Govt just leave the barn doors open and hope the fear of prosecution will prevent the bad thing from happening.
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They'll land with $15m VC funding, specs on which beanbags they want and a tech spec that reads "node.js + cloud".
His blog seems be down with all the floods of people telling him to lay off the crack pipe.
I mean it's not like network cards have unique identifiers or anything... sigh.
Exactly. The tone of the ZDnet piece is way too readily dismissive. Deleting something and marking it as useless etc won't make a blind bit of difference in court. "Just unit tests" doesn't either.
Acorn's then current machine had 128K base.
Your credibility as a reference was lost when you fail to expand the ARM chip acronym correctly.
Hah! Fail, Mr AC Troll.
It's ice distilled from a good regular beer.
Process is outlined in this quite entertaining video : http://vimeo.com/7812379
I like this: http://www.rackable.com/sgi/sgi_logo_guidelines6.pdf
"leak" is the right term, escaping like a trickle of urine down bono's juddery stack heeled old geezer leg.