Monthly Archive: June 2008
I have run into the scenario of checking an end user’s computer for signs of p0rn, or surfing p0rn sites, and seen ambiguity introduced by popups from sites that are not p0rn per se, or clicks that were unintended and aborted. Obviously, malware can not only cause popups, but also download files nefariously.
This is an extreme cautionary case, in which a worker was fired for child p0rn, had his reputation ruined, faced criminal charges, and was found to be innocent. Tech support completely failed and even helped persecute him. That’s bad.
What could be geekier than cosmology?
It’s amazingly cool that we seem able to detect Hints of ‘time before Big Bang’, which explains entropy and the apparent one-way orientation of time. It’s as if the Big Bang were the zero on a numberline, in which we are on the positive side, while what came before was on the negative side.