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The Myths of Security

jaysonsings Re:Joke (216 comments)

>>>Security is a complete joke that is absurd. prove it!

more than 4 years ago
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The Myths of Security

jaysonsings Re:Just stole the book (216 comments)

who said he is the end-all? not even he. he is 1 voice, of many. do u hear the voices :)

more than 4 years ago
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Another New AES Attack

jaysonsings Re:Practical? (93 comments)

bruce schnier said this is no big deal. and he know. the media is hyping this but not a thang to worrie about.

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:Why do the credentials matter? (216 comments)

>>>Either way, that statement doesn't really support "Dan Brown says that his fiction is closer to historical truth." of course it does, who do u think u r fooling? please. enuff/

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:"World first?" (216 comments)

also, that was such a minimal part of the review, why make a deal over it? must a person be an expert in the genre to write a review? if that is the case, maybe i should not write a review.

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:"World first?" (216 comments)

wow, i am too overwhelmed by your sense of truth to reply.

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:What? (216 comments)

me neither... again! :)

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:"World first?" (216 comments)

might implies it is not definite. So he is still technically correct. As in 'this MIGHT be the biggest upset in sports' Might is the key word here. and even so, whats the big deal. this is a tiny error in the book review. so what? this might be a non-issue. no, this IS a non-issue :)

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:Why do the credentials matter? (216 comments)

sorry for the delay. Link... better. Look at the preface to the Da Vinci Code. He writes about accuracy there.

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:Umberto Eco? (216 comments)

Ok, I don't know much, well anything about Umberto Eco. So what is the problem with the comparison?

more than 4 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:What? (216 comments)

NO! NO! NO!!!! Read the intro to Da Vinci code. Dan Brown prides himself on his fact checking. That is what drives people crazy.

about 5 years ago
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Tetraktys

jaysonsings Re:Why do the credentials matter? (216 comments)

as others have posted, Dan Brown says that his fiction is closer to historical truth. that is the reason for the differnce.

about 5 years ago

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