Monthly Archives: November 2010

Bob Woodward comes to town

I will be heading down to the Elliot School of International Affairs (at George Washington University) later this evening to hear Bob Woodward, author of All the President’s Men and Obama’s Wars, give a speech tonight. Look for an update … Continue reading

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The more you (don’t) know

As part of my research for the International Studies Association (ISA) conference in March (see here) I have been looking into issues, technologies, and metric data on cyber security issues. The results are, for the common person, terrifying, and for … Continue reading

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NookColor Unboxing!

Well, I finally got a chance to try out the NookColor, the newest iteration of Barnes and Noble’s e-readers. I have to say, it is one sexy device. The weight of the actual device feels great in-hand. It’s a little … Continue reading

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Obama’s India Trip Creates A New UN Question

As President Obama begins to wrap up his trip to India, the first leg of a 10-day Asia tour, he backed a proposal to add India to a new, permanent seat in the UN Security Council. This would be the … Continue reading

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Digg: What Went Wrong? (via nocachyblog)

This is an interesting post on some of the reasons digg may have gone downhill. For those of you which participate in the vast web of social media/news aggregation sites, you will understand the problems which cropped up when digg … Continue reading

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In The Post-Election Wave of Destruction…A Third Way?

Now that we’ve all had our fill of the mid-term election results, the celebrations or somber walks home, and of course, the non-stop rounds of talking heads telling us how this is the start of a bright new era or … Continue reading

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