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Today I did some research on which encryption method is safer for securely backing up extremely sensitive data like my Bitcoin wallet. I've been using the most popular WinZip and the free 7-Zip for years to AES encrypt my files (as regular encryption is far too easy to crack). For a while it was very secure but hackers have already identified security weaknesses with AES. So today I moved over, finally, to TrueCrypt thanks to the suggestion of a well-respected friend in the industry who also gave me the anonymous cellphone tipoff. So I'm going to save you some time and run through...
The advantages of switching to TrueCrypt (more...)
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Neil and I often banter about stuff like this, all day long. We don't so much talk to each other because we're more talking with each other, continuing the flow of a single thought that gets built on in turns. Something about the way our brains are wired, even down to the most crazy tangent roads where most people have lost me 10 minutes ago. But I really love when he throws something new in there that I haven't thought about before... and this is one I'm going to be chewing on and on. I thought it was worth sharing and keeping here.
So I was watching a documentary the other night about our Universe and they were talking about the brightest of stars (suns) do so at a cost because the more energy it radiates the sooner it will eventually explode... but then something hit me. I don't think that it is necessarily a bad thing because every time a star explodes it shoots it's guts across the universe and this is what creates life. So basically not only do suns sustain life while alive and also create life in there explosion... then it hit me. What if every sun star is an over soul and we are all destined to become sun stars ourselves at some point in our evolution. (more...)
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OSHO presents some very challenging ideas in this interview that I have been thinking over for years and years now, before I knew about him. Each time I reach the conclusions that he presents (which is reoccuring with annoying frequency) that these ideas are correct, and then my social conditioning convinces me to be careful. That in giving up the usual aspirations I will be giving up a dream of some kind... but this dream doesn't exist, does it? (more...)
haha! All the waiting around and complaining and stuff we like to do. Think of something that would be fun to do every day and create our own jobs. I dont want somebody else's job or their rules. And to wait around for it on top of that? (more...)
On the eve of the big tax day in the USA I'm finding myself rethinking this fanciful second passport idea. Its a strange idea that popped into my head as a teenager that it would be useful to have a bunch of shiny passports to wave at passport control and not be stuck with the travel limitations of my African one, and that having multiple countries to choose from would free me. South Africa is pretty far away from the rest of the world so growing up here a lot of South Africans cant wait to get out and see the world. But its expensive to fly out and few first world countries will have you for very long. To hold an EU or US passport symbolised freedom. This idea, this dream is now completely out of date with the realities of whats going on in the ever crumbling first world. (more...)
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