Saturday, June 04, 2005

Shopping Day Saturday

Mutterings continued.

Did the usual grocery shopping this morning; bought nice stuff for sweeeets tonight (chocolate-themed); the news agent's was selling slightly out of date magazines for $1 each so I picked up two on scrapbooking for my niece, one BBC History and an MTV mag; some socks, paper and glue from K Mart; and then to Office Works for lots more paper, envelopes, printer cartridge and DVD+RWs. I guess the disks count as shiny things.

I have to get some old milk bottles for ...Nightingale and have put in a bid of $5 for 3 on Ebay. And I've been downloading old telegrams and matchbox labels.

From The New Scientist: "
New hack cracks 'secure' Bluetooth devices

Cryptographers have discovered a way to hack Bluetooth-enabled
devices even when security features are switched on. The trick,
demonstrated in real gadgets, works by spoofing a device’s identity
and pretending to have forgotten a cryptographic key. The technique
may allow hackers to eavesdrop on conversations or steal calling

Click on the link below for the full story on"

If the weather is clement tomorrow, Dad and I are off for a picnic at Mundaring Weir. Dad hasn't been there for about 50 years.


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