I have a " mega-blogging" session scheduled for Sunday as I have some committments today that are going to preclude writing anything weighty but I will try to put a few items up throughout the day. I come out of a U.S.-Soviet diplo history and econ history background and as such, following economic, ideological and intel developments were always critical to trying to understand the big picture.
There are profound, revolutionary, changes going on in the world right now. Globally, it is 1789, 1848 and 1945 rolled into one. I can't recall a time period, except perhaps from the " Benning Revolution
" to Hiroshima where U.S. military doctrine and structure needed to undergo ( and went through) such a dramatic shift. And I fear I am understating.
Well, with that in mind, here are some things to ponder:Dr. Von
on " A Step Toward Quantum Computing
". This is a critical breakthrough technology.Kobayashi Maru
on the little known routing of electronic communications
in light of the NSA story.Dr. Lubos Motl
on the concept of Sustainability
.The Drs. Eide
on the neuroscience of visual media communication
. Want to craft a global, universal, message ?
Disturbing news from GlobalSecurity.org
that the U.S. military is just starting to fundamentally invest in building and organizing
a first-class counterintelligence information system. All I can say here is, WTF ? Better late than never, I suppose.
Ad hoc design is not strategic policy.