Friday, June 25, 2004

What? Good wireless encryption? 

As reported on Slashdot.org ("news for nerds"), IEEE has approved the new 802.11i wireless security protocol :

"The new specification works by using AES encryption in the transceiver itself, encrypting data directly at the level just above the actual radio pulses themselves. That makes it transparent for applications sending data through the radio, so legacy programs running on new 802.11i-compliant hardware will automatically get the benefits of the new protocol without the need for modification."

See the full article by clicking HERE.


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Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Yikes. Possibly one of the scariest things on the internet... 

Man, and people give Star Trek geeks a hard time. Check THIS site out!

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Monday, June 21, 2004

I'm back and lazier than ever! 

I'm back from NJ/NYC. We had a great week. I'm too lazy to go into details, but we saw "Movin Out," a great Broadway show centered around Billy Joel's music, went to the NYC Natural History Museum, walked through Central Park, and hung out in Hoboken. Thanks to Donna and Guy for contributing so much to our great vacation!

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