Alessandro McLeod really sounds like a character in an Ian Fleming novel.
Well played, Mr Dabbs, well played.
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"Just sent a load of old hash irregularly thru any of your usual messaging apps, make it look like some encrypted messaging - it'll drive them nuts, provided they suspect you of something of course."
Of course they'll suspect you of something if you seem to be using encryption.
Why would you do that in the first place unless you're a Bad GuyTM who has something to fear because he has something to hide, hmm?
"Normally, Mme Le Dabbs and I turn down the offer of audio guides at tourist sites because they always go wonky on us – crackle, cut out, play the wrong track, lose battery power, expire completely and so on."
Always, always, always. If there is any tech worse than IoT crap it is this. Ah, well.
My regards to Mme Le D, and have a nice weekend, everybody!
Usually attributed to John Glenn, but according to Gene Kranz (in his book 'Failure Is Not An Option') actually Alan Shepard. Both good.
I think we are missing the key point of all this. In effect, they want to create a whole electronically synthesized simulation of 32km of Oxfordshire roads in one of their offices so they can go and research autonomous vehicles during the day and still go to parties in the evening. Yeah, bloody clever, of course, but it’s got nothing to do with the real Oxfordshire has it? Nothing to do with life.
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