20 April 2019
13 April 2019
If you live in the Northeast, and are rural (or want to be), you should be subscribing to this periodical or at the very least picking up an occasional copy at the local Tractor Supply. The more austute among you will recognize the essential need to stay informed about local and regional issues, which includes reading material you might not necessarily agree with 100%.
06 April 2019
For the ignorant, this is a mono-alphabetic substitution cipher.
Subway and Nickelodeon get my kudos for introducing crypto to 3-12 year kids. It teaches linguistics and analytics. And promotes privacy.
Crypto. So easy an elementary school kid can do it. What's your excuse?
03 April 2019
This is one of the books that got me started.
If it helps you out, go help the author out and buy a hardcopy.
And here is another site you'll want to bookmark and go through: https://tinaja.com/
Mountain canyons here in the Desert Soutwest are often subject to violent flash floods. Floodwaters that can carve out monolithic rock basins. These tinajas hold water during drought times. Given enough luck, a tinaja can rarely be found that is severely infested with nude females. Of varying shapes and sizes.
A tinaja quest is simply a search for tinajas. The all time grand champion tinaja questor of all times was Ed Abbey. Who wrote numerous books on them during his lifetime.
02 April 2019
It was one of those times when I realized I've forgotten more than many people know about electronic communications.
I was chatting on a private forum, and one of the participants sent this link:
http://sss-mag.com/ - Spread Spectrum Scene
This was one of the earliest resources we used in the early days of the l0pht's G'net (Guerrilla Net) project, working on wireless data infrastructure. It had escaped my recall until then.
Lots of good information on that site.