Edited Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-04-08

    Things I said:

  • Google continues to hobble their services, push accounts/wallet names, now w/ Scholar http://t.co/IIQ7xk15 (cc @rileycrane @tgoetz @skud) #
  • In other words, why not create timelines for every scholar who's published? That would be organizing the worlds info & making it useful. #
  • You need a Google account to get that citation history, and I think that's unfortunate tying (/cc @walshman23) #
  • RTs that rise to the top

  • RT @philvenables Why people learn about risk. Another Peter Sandman classic read. http://t.co/y3HknqNe #
  • RT @jjarmoc The only lesson I've learned so far from the Global Paynents breach is people who post "lessons learned" w/o info are idiots. #
  • RT @normative RT @ericanewland: New blog post: Contrary to Rhetoric, Study Shows Teens Benefit from Pseudonyms https://t.co/43LBtx3B #
  • RT @sethmnookin Pertussis outbreak in WA state reaches "epidemic levels," w/close to 700% more cases than '11. http://t.co/1t3y741I < Whoop! #
  • RT @jeremiahg Is there a place a WebDev may go to get standard / template flow charts that account for functionality & security? #
  • Amusements:

  • Cormac's blog comment FTW: Richard Clarke clearly has no fear that he will have to endure the level of fact checking that Mike Daisey did. #
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  • RT @oneraindrop Ian G measures the OODA loop in infosec thinking – can you say firewalls & ssl? << There's a loop? #
  • RT @TSAgov Please stop taking pictures of each other faking pleasure during freedom pats. The #TSA does not need another meme. #
  • RT @regvulture Microsoft makes Top 20 list of Linux kernel contributors: Linux Foundation reports.. http://t.co/Ozc4zD6B /via @hypatiadotca #
  • RT @terlin RT @pennjillette They're treating criminals like they wanted to fly on an airline. < Nah, strip searches don't cause cancer #
  • Privacy:

  • RT @chriseng: Apparently @Marriott injects JavaScript into every web page you view over their Wi-Fi network. Sketchy. #
  • RT @csoghoian No anonymity for US rail passengers. Amtrak WiFi blocks Tor Project website. http://t.co/856Mh0Pq < Whose censorware is that? #
  • RT @cstross Stop the UK from snooping on all our email and Facebook messages http://t.co/SFPh7Dk2 #IMP #privacy #bigbrother #CCDP #

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