Why the PC will die

We are at war. In the 3rd quarter of 2014, over 46% of computers in Russia were infected with viruses [1]. The country with the lowest infection rate – 10.5% – is Singapore [1]. We protect our own personal computers by using personal anti-virus programs, because we think of them as personal computers. But as soon as we plug them […]

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January

The last quarter of 2014 was busy. Some of the fruits of that hard work won’t come to bear until later in 2015, if at all. The main news is that I wrote 54,000 or so words in NaNoWriMo of a new book, which has the code name of January. I’m planning to finish the […]

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