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Nov 26, 2013

Now with privacy built in…
last update: 11/26 @ 09:22

I’m not a fan of the way the US government has taken to scooping up all the online information they can “just in case.” So I’ve ponied up for a commerical SSL certificate and this site is now https. You shouldn’t notice; if you do let me know.

Rather than repeating what’s been said by lots of other folks, here’s someone I’ve been following for a while writing about the current discussions in IETF about http, privacy and security: Counter-Surveillance by Tim Bray. He went https a while back.

I’m also happy to exchange encrypted email with you, if you’d like to have your space in yet another government database. I use GPG and my keys are here.

We’ll return to our regular topic of Robert and his family having fun now.


Nov 24, 2013

Recordian
last update: 11/24 @ 20:26
 Sarah got this shot of Robert showing off his “recordian” this morning. It gets high marks for originality. The kitties, however, were not amused.


Nov 02, 2013

Cox Farms Hay Ride
last update: 11/02 @ 19:20
 With the great weather, we headed out to Cox Farms for the afternoon. We finished up our day there with a hay ride, always fun. More photos in Robert’s section of the website.


Nov 01, 2013

Halloween
last update: 11/01 @ 11:51

 Robert, as Captain Rex or Luke Skywalker, depending on who’s asking, and Sarah as the birdlady ventured out last night for some trick or treating. The weather was crazy warm, which as good because the little bit of rain was not too cold. We got up and down several streets around the house before Robert decided he had enough.

I agree, it looks like enough to me. Fortunately, he’s got a couple friends over today playing Minecraft and sharing his candy so it won’t all be around the house.



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