writes "The FBI has requested help from any and all individuals wishing to take on a complex task of breaking an almost 12 year old cipher involved with the murder of Ricky McCormick. To date, the FBI has been unable to develop any leads from the note but are asking the public to assist if they believe they may have a lead."Link to Original Source
writes "Colorado's Division of Motor Vehicles is dropping its CSTARS program after six years and spending $8,000,000 of taxpayers' money. The new computer system, designed by Avanade, was developed to register vehicles in the state, but, there were several major issues with the project. The vendor fired the subcontractor in charge of seeking advice from the state and had developers writing computer code before they were given plans for what that code should do. The state hardly made things any easier as the old computer system had been in place for over twenty-four years. When the new system was switched on, at least four motorists were pulled over by police and informed that their license plates did not match their registration. P.J. Taylor, head of Broomfield's motor vehicle division, said, 'It's like you were having a baby, and it turned out to be ugly.'"