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Cryptography

Cryptography concerns the securing of information, often during communication, by translating messages into cipher or code. Ciphering has always been considered vital for diplomatic and military secrecy—the Bible is replete with examples of ciphering, and many figures throughout history have written in ciphers, including Julius Caesar, Charlemagne, Mary Queen of Scots, and Louis XIV. 14 more words

The Green

Leaves sliced, stumps charred, moss, logs and leaf-litter lifted and shifted; we are almost there, almost ready for the official launch.
But where is ‘there’? 124 more words

SCOTS study update

I talked about possibly having a procedure to help my eyesight in a recent post. I wanted to kind of update everybody and give you some background.

SCOTS study update

I talked about possibly having a procedure to help my eyesight in a recent post. I wanted to kind of update everybody and give you some background.

General

Continental Drift: Europe's Breakaways

April 09, 2014

by CONN HALLINAN

“Happy families are all alike: every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”

–  “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy…

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Politics

Lauderdale Fisher

One of the greatest influences to my writing was and is my great uncle Lauderdale. He wrote in a version of Scots that few people speak and alas destroyed all bar one poem before he died in late 1997. 18 more words