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Heartbeat, complexity, and common-mode failure

“The Heartbleed problem can be blamed on complexity; all Internet standards become festooned with complicating option sets that no one person can know in their entirety. The Heartbleed problem can be blamed on insufficient investment; safety review for open source code is rarely funded, nor sustainable when it is. The Heartbleed problem can be blamed on poor planning; wide deployment within…

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Deliberate Disruption

Originally posted on Big Men On Content:

Last weekend Box CEO  Aaron Levie tweeted

“Disruption is the art of identifying which parts of the past are no longer relevant to the future, and exploiting that delta at all costs.”

To which I responded :

“deliberate disruption is extraordinarily rare. So rare that I think you can capitalize on it but never plan for it

I’ve been asking myself…

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Why is this post different from all other posts?

Why is this post different from all other posts?

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Thought I’d share what I posted as my out-of-office message for the next couple of days:

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I will be offline from this afternoon through Wednesday evening (16-April 2014), and will not be checking email or phone messages until Thursday April 17th. Wishing all who observe a happy and meaningful Passover.

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Haggadah Art

Some examples of Haggadah artwork and illustration, from the Berger Collection @ Chabad of Tysons Corner, VA:

Haggadah Art

Some examples of Haggadah artwork and illustration, from the Berger Collection @ Chabad of Tysons Corner, VA:

Heartbleed, explained.