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China could take down US power grid

China and “probably one or two other” countries have the capacity to shut down the nation’s power grid and other critical infrastructure through a cyber attack… 570 more words


British Aerospace EAP - Prelude to Typhoon

During the 1970’s, British Aerospace had undertaken studies into designing a combat aircraft that could replace several RAF aircraft such as the Phantom, Harrier and Jaguar. 500 more words


Turn Big Data into Big ROI - Advantages of Pushgraph PaaS

Now that Cloud storage has been declared mainstream, some industries are capitalizing on Big Data technologies. A natural next step is to turn “Big Data” into “Big ROI” 254 more words

Serra Schlosser

Press Release: A City in Chaos, a Region in Turmoil

Events in Jerusalem have truly shocked the world. At Agora, we felt that we must respond to the situation and the questions it poses to the current state of Israeli-Palestinian Relations and the wider region. 1,008 more words

Whoopee, I've helped Camberley Historian find a memorial statue

The Camberley Historian noted, rather pleasingly and surprisingly, my blog post about the repair of the long case clock in our Council Chamber.

A good reason then to take a virtual wander around the Camberley Historian blog. 318 more words

Surrey Heath

The Hunger Project 3 - Poison

 As some of you may know, I went to Benares and Allahabad. These are the last two pictures that I took during that journey.

To some extent, these pictures were inspired by a photograph that I saw in the newspaper in Calcutta many years ago. 500 more words


G20: Modi-Abbot agree to 'early closure' on trade, nuke, security

CANBERRA: India and Australia on Tuesday agreed on a landmark framework for security cooperation across the spectrum in defence, cyber and maritime security and combating terrorism, including the threats posed by foreign fighters joining extremists groups. 841 more words