Good advice: “It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in. People have blind spots about where they’re weak,” says Scott Erker, a senior vice president at DDI, which conducted the survey in September. link at WSJ.  

Amazing how the gaming industry has evolved over the past years. Below is a part of the making of the new Call of Duty Black Ops by Treyarch.

“How to be safe in a foreign country” has some good tips on things to do prior and during your trips to any country you’re not familiar with. Do your research before you go there (protests in Bangkok perhaps?), make copies of your documents, take important contact information with you, and a host of other […]

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (Malcolm Gladwell) Gladwell describes three separate agents of change: the Law of the Few, the Stickiness Factor and the Power of Context. Each of these has extraordinary power to move the Tipping Point. In the Law of the Few, Gladwell shows how “Connectors” (those […]

password hacking times

I came across an interesting post over at Lifehacker on passwords. It would seem that a lot of people still use passwords they can remember easily, and as such, easily guessable by others too, not to mention easily cracked by brute force attacks. Click here for the Lifehacker article on passwords. Read it, think about […]