Well...<br><br>Whatever company he's consulting for should fire him. If this is true, anyone who would carry around trade secrets on a laptop with wireless access is a moron. <br><br>WiFi is okay for dorking around at Starbucks...but it ain't that secure most of the time. <br><br>
Holy [censored]! I know that guy! I met him at a meeting a few years ago, plus he also happens to be the undergraduate mentor of my postdoc mentor (if that makes any sense). Also one of the people in my lab right now is collaborating with him on a research project.<br><br><br>Time for some mass mailing. <br><br>
Loc: United States
Why does this remind me of 'Grease' where they announce over the PA that the 'FBI is being called in' to identify the moons on TV during the big dance scene...<br><br><br><br>[color:red]5.19.05 - The 'Jedi Slaughter' tour begins!</font color=red>
It gets funnier.<br><br>"I installed the same version of Windows on another computer - within fifteen minutes the people in Redmond Washington were very interested to know why it was that the same version of Windows was being signalled to them from two different computers."<br><br>Ummm, doesn't the Windows activation scheme prevent you from installing a registered copy on another computer without deactivating the first? Wouldn't he have been denied the installation on the other computer?<br><br>
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