Monthly Archives: August 2011

Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 4

Web site security is a very important issue to me. I find it frustrating sometimes dealing with people who operate based more on superstition and urban legends than on solid principles.  Part 4 is about some strange behavior I have … Continue reading

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 3

Web site security is a very important issue to me. I find it frustrating sometimes dealing with people who operate based more on superstition and urban legends than on solid principles.  Part 3 is about an experience I had with … Continue reading

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Living With Complexity

A quick review of a second article in Harvard Business Review this month on Complexity.  This one is “Learning to Live with Complexity” by Gökçe Sargut and Rita Gunther McGrath.

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 2

Web site security is a very important issue to me. I find it frustrating sometimes dealing with the “security experts” in IT who operate based more on superstition and urban legends than on solid principles.  Part 2 is in response … Continue reading

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 1

Web site security is a very important issue to me. Every application, every information resource, must be built strong enough to put in the Internet, to reliably deliver information to those allowed access, and prevent delivery to those who are … Continue reading

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Embracing Complexity

Just a quick note to bring your attention the September issue of Harvard Business Review, which is on complexity!  Michael J. Mauboussin is interviewed in an article title “Embracing Complexity“.

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