This is news cast 121.
In this week’s intro, contemplating the creative challenges presented by working for a small technology company. More so its impacts on personal creativity outside of work.
This week’s security alerts include Red Hat’s new Policy Kit and a back door in a NIST standard for pseudo-random number generation.
In this week’s news, a federal official wants us to re-define privacy though his argument may be a bit more nuanced than that, details of the OLPC mesh network implementation, a cipher challenge commemorating the war time efforts at Bletchley park (already won by a German amateur code breaker), and a blowable interface developed at Georgia Tech, really.
Following up this week, Warner’s chief owns up to some past mistakes and Google getting serious about a solo big in the upcoming spectrum auction.
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