The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security edit / delete

Probably best viewed as starting points for discussion...

to design philosophy security software-engineering ... on 31 December 2015

Loper OS ยป Seven Laws of Sane Personal Computing edit / delete

One viewpoint -- somewhere between the Unix and Lisp philosophies. (I have a draft set of similar principles for GARStow somewhere...)

to design interface os philosophy ... on 31 December 2015

Essays edit / delete

A selection of... randomly interesting stuff related to licensing, cypherpunkery, etc. I honestly can't remember how I got here. (*checks browser history* -- oh, it was the article on Silk Road.)

to amusements bitcoin cypherpunks licensing philosophy politics security tea ... on 24 March 2013

Contemporary Home Computing edit / delete

I largely agree with the "Turing-complete user" article, which argues that thinking in terms of the user (rather than a "user experience", or similar) is sensible in the context of general-purpose tools.

to design philosophy ui unix ... on 28 November 2012

Archival Sound Recordings - St Mary-le-Bow public debates edit / delete

The Bow Dialogues from the 1960s and 1970s, as featured on The Archive Hour last week. Fascinating listening, and all available if you're a member of a subscribing institution (which Kent is).

to amusements philosophy radio theology ... on 07 January 2009

Abridged Table of Contents edit / delete

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

to philosophy research ... on 02 February 2005

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