So today during class, the New York Times article writer came and sat in. He took notes on his laptop, so during the project presentations there was a constant background click-clacking as he typed as fast as he could. After class he asked me a couple of questions and wanted me to clarify some things I said during my presentation, where I was explaining my voting system backdoor. . . . → Read More: NYT Interview
It seems that some students, because of their employers’ policies, can’t be photographed, or some just don’t want to be photographed, so the photographer did an after-class session…. I also learned not to sit with your hands holded across your lap, because in the picture you will look like you have to go to the bathroom. . . . → Read More: New York Times photo session
The seminar was taught by Maestro Sean Hayes, master of arms at the Northwest Academy of Arms, and was sponsored by MASHS Dueling sabre was from a time where swordsmen developed exquisite technique as well as the highest levels of health and conditioning in order to not only excel at their sword art, but also to survive its direct application in the form of duels…. He took a well-attended but diverse audience, all new to the dueling aspects of sabre, from initial positions to the Countertime Theory, a great example of time and action in the later 19th century Italian schools. . . . → Read More: Seminar: 19th Century Italian Dueling Sabre
I have bad form, but here I am doing the Muso Shinden Ryu jodo kata Tachi Otoshi; Steve is doing sword. If your browser doesn’t have the right plugin, you can download the movie. . . . → Read More: Tachi Otoshi
With all the work Dr. Rubin has done with uncovering the security problems with electronic voting machines (especially with Deibold), and because our class project this term dealt with inserting and finding hidden backdoors or evil code, the New York Times wants to interview him and some of the students in the class. Should be interesting. . . . → Read More: Possible New York Times article?