I have had the sort of day where I need to read and share this article on 10 stupid rules at work.
There’s no Silverlight port to Raspbian and of course the Intel emulators are useless. Come’on #Microsoft, now you’re showing Linux some more love, put Silverlight onto the ‘Pi.
While at PICTFOR’s GAAP meeting last week, Mike Bracken said that Digital by Default is coming to an end, they’re moving on.
Went to a meeting convened by the Labour Campaign for Human Rights in which Kier Starmer MP argued that without a new law, there are no [better] safeguards. But that’s only because the intelligence agencies are breaking the law with, at the best connivance, and at the worst encouragement of Government.
There’s a blog coming!
Labour Party Compliance unit are stating that you have to agree with the policy of the Labour Party to remain a member. If they plan to enforce that one, they’re going to be very busy.
God knows what I was researching when I came across this! A model suggesting that politicians won’t solve problems that they’re good at, or more importantly have a reputation of being good at; once the problem goes away, the need for them does too.
While watching “The Night Manager”, I observe two British Intelligence agents who need to keep secrets from MI6 having a conversation on the embankment outside River House, and some claim its portrayal of tradecraft is very accurate! Don’t think I’d be doing that, especially as in the next scene, their target’s Consigliere makes a call to “Gloucester” to do a check on their agent. While it’s fiction, any data store can be hacked even the government’s, and social engineering is cheaper, and faster than brute force, that’s why they shouldn’t collect data without probable cause. They can’t guarantee to provide “adequate protection” and they’re changing the law to give the intelligence services immunities from computer misuse crimes.
And now watching the The secret life of Arthur Ransome, it’s a revelation to me. The lover of Trotsky’s private secretary, Russia correspondent for the London Press and the story of his last visit to Russia to bring his lover home is the stuff of James Bond. Watch this before it becomes unavailable.”