Showing posts from October, 2006

30 Years of public-key cryptography

A turning point in cryptography happen 30 years ago. Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman released a paper titled New Directions in Cryptography. This paper goes on to define ideas around public-key cryptography plus more!

Listen to podcast of Diffie, Hellman and other panellist at the event to mark the occasion.

Redhat and Oracle, Unbreakable or Unfakeable

Oracle has announded that it will be supporting Redhat under the Unbrakable Linux program. Redhat have responded with an unfakeable advertisement.

Hacked Car Park Sign?

An excellent hack, what did they hack into, the sign its self or the backend computer? More details can be found at The Register

The 250th Black Country Derby, The Result

We lost 3 - 0.

The 250th Black Country Derby,

A football match has never caused me to blog until now. Wolves are playing away at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday 22nd October 2006, High Noon kick off!. It's been 4 years, 10 months, 21 days since the last game and I couldn't get tickets for the game :-( . I'm missing out on the most eletric atmosphere ever". I'm planning to drive by the Hawthornes just to hear it!

Now, the result is key, Mick McCarthy'sWolves must draw or win so I can hold my head up high on work Monday morning. Albion are on form and are scoring goals with new manager (Tony Mowbray) , assist manager ex wolves (Mark Venus) all lines up for us to get beat! But I have FAITH!
Come on ye WOLVES

Free NES emulator in browser!

Play those old NES games within our browser

Loads of time guaranteed to be wasted reminiscing over those old games. My favorite is Kung Fu.