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Day 69 (RC 28)

I spent most of Monday restructuring my Code Words article on DDoS. Slowly things are coming together.

I also had a bunch of notifications on Github for Fog, but only one required anything from me. I do like pull requests, I just show up, read some code, and then click a button.


In the evening, we had a talk by Frank Wang. Interesting discussion on the future of data storage cryptography. I ran out before the Q&A so I could grab drinks with Courtney.




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Ok, I won't lie to you, I lost a lot of time today to reading about Google I/O and discussing it with people. Sadly none of Google's announcements promissed a way to lower device turnover. We're still gonna have to buy a new device every year if we want the newest version of Android. It's realities like this that make me want to move to Apple devices, no matter how much better Android is.