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First posted
Friday March 8, 2013 07:36
Updated
Wednesday March 27, 2013 10:01

Mortar Hawthorne Nevada unfortunate event.

Tuesday March 26, 2013 06:06

Viz is the name of the game.

No viz means that you can be ignored. And they know this. That is why the liberal arts 'educated' need to vized.

Deadly explosion at Nevada's Hawthorne Army Depot prompts suspension of 60mm mortars.

Pictures :( So we'll use.



 


Mortar.mvw.

Stop the Backdoor to War with Iran.

Good, bad and the ugly.

Lenovo G580 Core i3 Solar powered laptop project.

Late J Orlin Grabbe first joint project.'

Late J orlin Grabbe muisic.

Second joint project.

Thursday March 14, 20`13.

Meet Hil Daa.

Swedish?






Liberal arts 'educated' ploy?

Though the movie isn't showing in any Iranian theaters, many Iranians have seen it on bootleg DVDs and it set off a spirited debate that exposed a generational divide. Iranians who took part in the 1979 Islamic Revolution picked apart the portrayals of Tehran at the time but those too young to recall the events were eager for a different view on what had happened.







Albuquerque Journal, April 25, 1993, pp. A1, A14, A15

Wednesday March 27, 2013 09:58
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Cyber security threats against the United States are growing, President Barack Obama said before a meeting on Wednesday with corporate leaders about the issue, as concerns rise about hacking attacks emanating from China.



Cyber-attacks and cyber-espionage pose a greater potential danger to U.S. national security than Al Qaeda and other militants that have dominated America's global focus since Sept. 11, 2001, the nation's top intelligence officials said Tuesday.






EPRI to AMI vendors: Attacks are coming.

Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) brings a lot of positives: more accurate information, real-time data, two-way communication, a smarter connection. Unfortunately, it also brings a large potential negative: Every new AMI end point is a possible attack point that utilities now have to defend.

Internet speeds around the world have noticeably slowed down due to a massive "distributed denial of service" attack, reports the BBC.

These DDoS attacks bombard targeted web servers with so much dummy traffic that people trying to access a site for legitimate purposes are unable to do so. It's most analogous to a traffic jam on a highway with no one able to move.

The BBC says that security experts are describing it as "the biggest cyber-attack in history."


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