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Video fun

By davebirch posted Apr 17 2007 at 7:41 AM

[Dave Birch] The Royal Academy of Engineering Report that we've discussed before has attracted some kind comments, including those from security guru Bruce Schneier.

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Anyway, to continue the video experiment started on the Digital Money Blog, here's a short film of three of the working group members answering a few questions about it...


Comments are, as always, much appreciated.  I've received some printed copies of the report from the Academy so, in time-honoured fashion, I'll send one to the first person to reply to this thread.

These opinions are my own (I think) and are presented solely in my capacity as an interested member of the general public [posted with ecto]


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What's with the band of roundheads or whoever that was?

We have a winner! The roundheads were demonstrating about something to do with Somerset, but I'm not entirely sure what. Anyway, e-mail me your postal address and I'll pop the report in the post next time I'm in the office.

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