Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Warriors and Women

"Through church or through the military, the mission is the only way to make it in life," said the now deceased man. By that motto, men either became warriors or doctors. Men earned selfless honor when each one completed their mission.
     Church girls waited for the return of their honored missionary. After the mission, each had the simple plan: get married, have children, prosper, and live on the promised land. Warriors had even bigger plans, after each one's mission, until women challenged the enlistment. These women warriors no longer had church in mind.
     These newer warriors knew their mothers and their doctors survived through the church. Even before women were let into the military, church members endlessly judged any man or woman who displayed any character or knowledge of the woman warrior. Church members knew such knowledge did not support their simple plan.
     Like some kind of predatory psycho-war, the male warrior appeared innocent to the people under that plan. When the male warrior appeared superior over the people, their simple plan kept civilians in debt to him and to the rest of the honored veterans. As the once patriotic solder became the superior male warrior, each changed their loyalty in support of genocide upon anybody, even fellow countrymen, who did not follow his simple plan. Historically, the doctor's psycho-war reinforced his plan.
     The entertainment industry, however, distracted the people beyond the historic church. While the technology advanced and while the entertainment became extremely "out there", the superior male warrior failed at further sophistication of his plan. Women warriors, meanwhile, invested into more technological advancements. These women warriors have had bigger plans than mere entertainment, without genocide, because of something more natural kept in-mind.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Anti-Ad-Blocker: Following the Money

It wasted time while it reported saved bandwidth. The extension acted like another advertisement. Yesterday, web-browser developers released built-in content control that overrides extensions that block advertisements. Yes, the built-in version does the same as the extension except the newer release disabled insecure methods made available to the extension. One ad-blocker extension producer, that also advertises for support, "cried foul" over ruined revenue due to the newer built-in version. Each of us need food on the table for our families, so the argument is equal there. The younger generations, however, installed these kind of extensions like it is weird not to do it. Now, instead of magically explaining market metrics that only top CEOs know best to younger generations and convincing them to ethically unblock ads and uninstall the extensions, the built-in version put it front and center and made that argument null and void.
     Our argument was about "pop-up ads" and ads that are "all over the place." Google Chrome nicely demonstrated one way how built-in javascript performance blocked pop-up ads. It tracked real individual intervention down to each request for pop-up displays. It blocked pop-up events where no real individual initiated that event. That complicated web-development, but non-programmers paid scientists and engineers for this web-development and continually pay for further resolution of this kind of security without the argument.
     Engineers continually produced higher standards instead of continually wasting time while involving everybody else into the argument. With the built-in version, our argument followed the money down to the next level of justice. Where extensions once wasted time with supposedly unknown methods by anonymous intervention with random accounts, our argument is now focused on analysis of the built-in knowns with food on the table kept in-mind.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Mandatory Encryption, Suspended Passports

Moore's Law held back mandatory encryption while the industry complied. Our patent system, meanwhile, rendered one unique docket number for each complete encryption invention. Supercomputers artificially generated encryption methods until it found those that are functionally complete. When the industry did not comply, the industry marketed previously patented cryptography as the current technologic state of the art.
     University students studied computational theory as that art. Students that invented their own cryptography that is paradoxically detached from the artificially generated patents have been of interest. Investors perceived such students as smarter than the world's top supercomputers. Our Government routinely invested in students. Corporations hired interns as investments. Mission specific organizations offered scholarships under investor terms. Students that successfully funded, researched, and developed an invention most likely found an undeniable employment offer through their investor.
     If the investor represented foreign interests, like immigration, they plausibly offered, upon graduation, long-term wealthy employment back in the student's place of origin in exchange for rights to the local patent on the student's invention. While the investor holds the local patent, the new employee freely implements their invention for their employer under foreign governance. As when Moore's Law failed, cryptography patents became significantly mandatory, especially on inadequate mobiles. Our Government issued passports with unencrypted data, and where mobiles and passports are the same homeland made, hardware device, consider the passport suspends itself upon signature of foreign interest.