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Heartbleed: Serious Security Vulnerability

As Mr Kleinman points out, crypto card devices which authenticate both parties, **may** provide a safer solution in a properly engineered security oriented device.

That would however be a PUF device embedded into an exceptionally secure CPU's silicon w…

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Testing Out the Rules

How does Sage DA's design rule testing methodology sound to you?

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Hard Hats in Place

What do you think about my plans to revitalize EELive?

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New Approaches to Old Problems

Are these new technologies going to transform our business? Or will we keep pushing silicon to even further limits?

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EUV Blasts through 100 W

Ah, the legacy of the interwebs... nothing is evanescent; it all lasts forever. I hope the wound heals soon.

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“Softly” Defined Networks

Does this move us closer to the ideal line card - soft-configurable to handle anything without new hardware, without rolling a truck, and without shutting down service?

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Mapping the Great Indoors

Do you think indoor and outdoor maps will ever merge as a complete continuum? Or will they maintain some separation?

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Water-powered rocket boots for super-powered aquatic frolicking

Wow! That was exciting! It was fun to do that this summer with your friends. Want to entertain the kids with affordable science this summer? Sure, we all do. Why not make a water rocket to launch in the yard? Here's how.

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Ray-Tracing Wizard Requires Imagination

There is a lot you can do with your imagination.

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Before the internet

Hmm ... Before The Internet (BTI) ... we read lots of books, invited friends over to play board games, family puzzles, family TV shows, weekend BBQ's with friends, family square dancing, local bingo, lots of shop projects, weekend road trips to anywhere/e…

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Exposed by Tools

So tell us: do you like the reporting features in tools or do they freak you out? (You or "someone you know"?)

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