Archive for April, 2005

ROI and the War on Terrorism

There was an interesting article on about whether we should declare a victory in the War on Terrorism. It is an interesting argument if you consider it from a return on investment viewpoint. Since much of the additional money being spent on the military and the Department of Homeland Security isn’t going to increase our security by any significant amount, wouldn’t it be better spent increasing the actual quality of life of Americans as a whole.

Data Security and Identity Theft

( Essays andNews andSecurity andTech andThoughts )

With identity theft and consumer data as a growing concern, is Congress taking the right steps to truly protect the consumer?

Major Re-design

( Misc. andTech ) undergoes a major re-design. Re-design of the blog to follow

Unconditional Love

It has taken me a few years to see the joy and happiness of Easter once again. Spring is the season of re-birth, and Easter is an important symbol of spring. I was recently received a story in e-mail. It was from a friend I haven’t seen in about five years. He and I e-mail each other, but I haven’t had a chance to see him since my wedding. The story is about a soldier who was finally coming home from the war—very fitting for our times, given the current war in Iraq.