I agree with whatever journalist I read who pointed out that the sheer scale of the story (massive amount of classified information posted on wikileaks for those not paying attention) makes it almost impossible to digest and impossible to have an impact. Just like The Washington Post's recent project about security in America.
The BadPuppy isn't even a year old and already wants to help Daddy with work. Not only is Puppy not even fazed anymore when Daddy's head repeatedly fills the new REC's-head-shaped-dent in front of the keyboard in the home office, she howls and yelps in unison with him, demanding to sit on his lap and help.
Today I let her help me write an answer template for mail I too often have to send.
I'm migrating all our servers to a new host, which seems like a good opportunity to fix some annoying things.
In particular email: At the moment we're using exim4 and some pop3 server or another and squirrel-mail.
Whenever they ask me to create a new email account, I have to add a new user account for the whole machine. Making an /etc/passwd entry, giving shell access (which I then take away again), making a home directory etc. All just so they can collect email.
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