[Cryptography] On the deployment of client-side certs
barney at databus.com
Mon Nov 14 19:57:48 EST 2016
On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 02:45:43PM -0800, Ray Dillinger wrote:
> * "half-fast" is the earlier form, as in tying something down with
> loose or wrong knots so it wasn't actually fastened (made fast);
> But it sounded like "half assed", and as 'fast' to mean secured
> has fallen out of use we rarely see the earlier form anymore.
> It seemed appropriate in this case to recall that 'fast' used to
> mean 'secure.'
In 1962 as I arrived at MIT the humor magazine printed a motto:
"Don't start vast projects with half-vast ideas."
Seems timely given the 11/8 result.
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