Memories Of A Giant Boulder

Memories Of A Giant Boulder

Forty years ago this week, I was eating popcorn in the middle of the tenth row at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, and I was having one of the best nights of my life. I can remember it like it was yesterday. Actually yesterday is a little hazy, but the memory...
This Ain’t Our First Vaccine Certificate Rodeo

This Ain’t Our First Vaccine Certificate Rodeo

Before we get to the issues that are being raised as objections to vaccine passports today, there are some lessons to be learned from history about the intersection between vaccinations and privacy, security, and inequality. You think this is going to be dry and...
Why Is A Vaccine Passport So Difficult?

Why Is A Vaccine Passport So Difficult?

My wife and I traveled to Hawaii a few days ago. It took some close study to figure out the rules: a Covid test within 72 hours of the flight from a small group of approved providers at startling expense, followed by navigation through a maze of web-based forms and...
The Best Cyber Story You’ve Never Heard

The Best Cyber Story You’ve Never Heard

It’s story time! Sit back and relax, I have a good one for you today. It’s not my story – all the credit belongs to Greg Miller and the Washington Post, who wrote a bombshell article about it a year ago. I’m going to boil it down to a thousand words because I...