Dave Bullock / eecue

photographer, director of engineering: crowdrise, photojournalist, hacker, nerd, geek, human

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Going to New Mexico to Visit Mom!!!

Early Saturday morning I will be driving out to new mexico (12 hour drive) to see my wonderful mother! She just moved in to her new condo in Albuquerque! It will be great. I went to High School in new mexico and I really miss it. They have the best green chile in the world there!

I'll take lots of pictures so you all can see pics of the Land of Enchantment.

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Lightening the Load for My Japan Trip

I have selling a bunch of my stuff that I don't really need anymore. Check out all auctions and bid on them if you see anything interesting!

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thanks!!!!

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my japan trip agenda

osaka (i'll be there for three days (new years eve day, new years day and the next day)

then on to a suburb of kyoto where i will stay with bree for a week in her place there. that will be the best part of my vacation and actually the whole point of my visit really.

then on to tokyo where i will stay for the final week of my trip. i plan on buying a nice older laptop (maybe 3 years old) as well as a smart card writer (usb) and maybe a little music playing device of some sort,

i plan on bringing $1000 for food, $1000 for lodging and $1000 for toys.

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my new office....

ok I have a new office in El Segundo... Today I just got a plant! yay... it's really nice...I love plants! Check here for the picture section on junglescene.com. Or....

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Cobalt RaQ4 Remote Root Exploit

The self contained, easy to set up Cobalt RAQ server appliance now maintained by Sun Microsystems is vulnerable to a remote root exploit which ironically affects the SHP (security hardening package). Grazer released the advisory along with an exploit on i-security.nl. A patch for the problem is available for download.

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Total Information Awareness! AKA Big Brother is Watching!!!

The feds have some crazy idea in their minds that making a gigantic database of everyones information is a good idea. It's not. The feds can't even secure there own computers let alone a system with everybody's info on it... did i mention a convicted felon will be heading this project?