The Quick and Dirty on Scalability

January 14, 2022

Blockchain, a long-touted crypto authentication protocol, is essentially an open book ledger that operates in the virtual space. Like an open accounting book with only anonymous names entered, every transaction is visible and can be tracked. And every transaction has baggage.


The Threat of Quantum Computing

January 7, 2022

During America and Russia’s lengthy Cold War post WWII, fueled by B-movie media and post-War of The Worlds hysteria of the potential of invaders from Mars, patriotic Americans of the fifties and sixties—believe it or not--were urged by their government to draw detailed pictures and take photos should they spot flying wings, strange lights, or saucers in the sky.


Self-Healing Systems: Immunity for IT?

December 31, 2021

With the onset of a modern-day global pandemic, a cursory look at social media has made it clear that much of the greater mindset seems astoundingly ”expert” in describing the amazing efficacy and epic frailty of the human immune system than ever before.


A Secure Email That Can Withstand Quantum Computers

March 11, 2021


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