Monthly Archives: December 2009

New Post on Workplace Privacy

The New York Times was kind enough to invite me to contribute a post to its “Room for Debate” blog about employee privacy while using employer-owned equipment. You can read the result here.

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This Week in Cognitive Dissonance

If I weren’t on hiatus, I’d write a blog post about this generally sensible column and its incoherent tenth paragraph: What makes these voters potential Republicans is that, lifestyle choices aside, they view big government with great suspicion. There’s no … Continue reading

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Mesh Networking Article and Copyright Talk

I’m still on hiatus, but here are two quick notes that might interest Bottom-Up readers. First, over at Ars Technica, I have a new article on mesh networking: Multi-hop mesh networks, confined to university labs at the start of this … Continue reading

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