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The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32

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 · 14 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32
... knew no Hungarians, and our confirmed vocabulary so far included only ferfi, nöi and Amerikai . The more we were exposed to Hungarian the more we realized what a truly secure coding system it would make for those Hungarian-American UFO engineers [DR#28]. Our French and embryonic German did not help us much, since most of the words had different roots. Our arrival was like a dream in which we open a familiar-looking book and try to read, but no matter how we squint the page makes no sense. In pract ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 29

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 29
Issue #29. August 18, 1995 In this issue... Fun With Folklore Campbell Confesses to Government Involvement Executive Correspondence? Pursuing the Hologram Our Readers Respond Intel Bitties Fun With Folklore Exploring The Hungarian Connection In DR#28, we reported the matter-of-fact claim of our ex-government source "Jarod 2" that the aliens he knows speak a "higher form of Hungarian." J-2 has no explanation for why extraterrestrials would speak such an obscure earth tongue; he can only report th ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 27

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 27
... pened to work at the same time at the Nevada Test Site for a brief period in the 1970s, when the son was an X-ray technician and Jarod worked on the NERVA nuclear rocket program ("Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application"). [See correction in DR#28] Jarod has shown us a photo of himself in a clean-room suit with two other technicians standing in front of the NERVA rocket assembly. (In photo at right, reproduced at 50%, Jarod is in the middle. For distribution here, Jarod has blacked out his ow ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 1

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 · 28 Nov 2023
... ; #494: PEACE OF MIND by Ariel Berk (P); #495: A TOUCH OF CLASS by Rita Rainville (P); #496: HONKY TONK ANGEL by Frances West (P); #497: LIKE WILDFIRE by Anne Peters (P); #498: DANCING IN THE DARK by Jennifer Greene (P). Silhouette Intimate Moments: #285: OUT OF THE ASHES by Emilie Richards (P); #286: THE TREASURE OF KAVOS by Anna James (P); #287: NIGHT SECRETS by Frances Williams (P): #288: PERFECT STRANGERS by Pat Warren (P). Silhouette Romances: #646: PROUD BELOVED by Sondra Stanford (P); #647: ...

APIS Volume 11, Number 6, June 1993

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 · 3 Nov 2023
... course as well as traditional activities including the Master Beekeeper Program and honey show. Those interested in registering can contact me for a form or Tony Jadczak, State Apiarist, Maine Department of Agriculture Division of Plant Industry, Sta#28, Augusta, ME 04333, ph 207/287-3891. The WAS, Western Apicultural Society will meet August 16-20, at Simon Frazier University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. This year's event features a half-day of field oriented workshops, a salmon bar ...

Cryptography FAQ Part 10

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 · 21 Jun 2023
... vbl from schneier@chinet.com] [WEL88] D. Welsh, Codes and Cryptography. Claredon Press, 1988. 10.3. Survey articles [ANG83] D. Angluin, D. Lichtenstein, Provable Security in Crypto- systems: a survey. Yale University, Department of Computer Science, #288, 1983. [BET90] T. Beth, Algorithm engineering for public key algorithms. IEEE Selected Areas of Communication, 1(4), 458--466, 1990. [DAV83] M. Davio, J. Goethals, Elements of cryptology. in Secure Digital Communications, G. Longo ed., 1--57, 1983. ...

Issue # 35 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - September 1984

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 · 6 May 2023
Issue # 35 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - September 1984
... ges (source code) of software and NO additional hardware. Anybody who thinks your FNE cannot turn out 10 or 12 pages of working source code has not been paying attention for the past three years. See, for instance, the five pages at the end of issue #28 which is a VERY primitive 'DOS'! It is true that Digital Acoustics has more desirable things to do than it has hands to do them, but that condition prevails generally in this industry. Remember, even the no-longer-mythical case arrived event ...

Issue # 33 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - July 1984

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 · 6 May 2023
Issue # 33 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - July 1984
... including prexy James Pelkey. No reasons were given for the cuts. (EN, 11 Jun) Er, you DID want to be an important executive of a software firm? Page 22, Column 2 THE DEATH OF SOFTWARE: The software shakeout that we called to your attention earlier (#28, p.5) is proceeding apace. As we explained, with a true mass market for computers we would need FEWER , not more, computer programs. This is being proved true right now! The small software houses are dropping like flies! We do not need 200 spreadshe ...

Issue # 30 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - April 1984

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 · 6 May 2023
... cknowledge mistakes - FNE [ Hey! This IS an American publication - isn't it? ] Thomas Wieland, the European Theatre DSEx Herr Direktor, would like us to remind you (again) that he did NOT write that letter about PASCAL on the front page of issue #28. He also writes: "I would like to know how far you want to go on developing HALGOL before you send your last free update. (Will you then) stop working on HALGOL or will you go on and charge for updates? What made you reverse your free update policy? ...
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