So I definitely consider myself a big audiophile, apparently other people know this about me too.
My friend came to me this week asking for audio purchasing advice. OK, maybe he came to the wrong guy. So I shared with him my philosophies and opinions on this subject. Continue reading →
In a recent publicity stunt the BBC program Click used a botnet in coordination with the security firm Prevx to send out spam and perform a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack. Continue reading →
The MITRE and SANS institute in an international collaboration effort have recently come up with an excellent list of security errors: CWE/SANS TOP 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors. They are broken up into three main categories: “Insecure Interaction Between Components”, “Risky Resource Management” and “Porous Defenses”. Continue reading →
If you haven’t been wasting your money overdosing on vitamin-c supplements you might be happy to know that vitamin C still doesn’t cure cancer. David Gorski writes a nice analysis “High dose vitamin C and cancer: Has Linus Pauling been vindicated?” on several recent studies meant to ascertain potential benefits of vitamin C in cancer prevention. Continue reading →
A recent survey was completed to assess misbeliefs in cancer prevention across high/low income countries. Steven Novella writes a short and interesting article on “Attitudes and Public Health” that generalizes the survey Continue reading →