Well, I really am a lousy blogger. I am in awe of all those who manage to put out interesting posts, day after day, month after month. I guess it must get easier with practice. Anyway, I think I'm going to try out a "little and often" approach to posting.
I have found myself getting more and more interested in security over the last couple of years. I think the single most inspiring paper I have read on security is Practical Principles for Computer Security by Butler Lampson (who has had a hand in inventing an incredibly impressive range of technologies including personal computing, ethernet, laser printers, two-phase commit and WYSIWYG editors). I won't try and summarize it. If you are at all interested in security and you haven't read it, you should do so.
The link doesn't work....
Hmm. It works for me...
OK, it doesn't work 'well' James. How's that?
Says 'This paper is at http://research.microsoft.com.' which it clearly isn't? Something's odd.
Sorry. I stand corrected.
Just looks odd for a web page.
The actual article is at (long url) This paper is at
Now it's working fine.
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