Monthly Archives: October 2015

Encryption & Pronoun Games

You should use encryption for everything you do online. All websites should be https only, even if there’s nothing to secure. All email should be sent over encrypted protocols. All chat clients should support encryption. Etc, etc. The reason for … Continue reading

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A Poem (of sorts)

Once upon a midday sunny, while I pondered nothing funny, Over many a quaint and curious man page of forgotten lore—     While I angered, nearly snapping, suddenly there came a bad ping, As if LVS was napping, napping though … Continue reading

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NIH, Developer Infantilization, and Motivations

I recently read about the new face of NIH syndrome, and after sharing and discussing it with some coworkers (Hi, John!) I had some thoughts about how NIH (or what Freeman calls NPF) comes to be, and what it means … Continue reading

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