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The most surprising news story of all over the Christams holiday, was the discovery that e-Envoy Andrew Pinder and the Archbishop of Canterbury. Dr Rowan Williams, appear to be one and the same person.



A swift comparison of photographs of the two men appears to confirm suspicions that the Prime Minister's 'Broadband Britain' initiatiative contains a hidden spirtual agenda which will be revealed through the Office of the e-Envoy's UK Online service.

has ‘leaked’ personal information, preferences and voting intentions on… wait for it… 198 million US citizens.

Within another decade or so, the cost of sequencing the human genome …

The Big Steal

I’m not here to predict the future;” quipped the novelist, Ray Bradbury. “I’m here to prevent it.” And the future looks much like one where giant corporations who hold the most data, the fastest servers, and the greatest processing power will drive all economic growth into the second half of the century.

We live in an unprecedented time. This in the sense that nobody knows what the world will look like in twenty years; one where making confident forecasts in the face of new technologies becomes a real challenge. Before this decade is over, business leaders will face regular and complex decisions about protecting their critical information and systems as more of the existing solutions they have relied upon are exposed as inadequate.

The few real certainties we have available surround the uninterrupted march of Moore’s Law - the notion that the number of transistors in the top-of-the-line processors doubles approximately every two years - and the unpredictability of human nature. Exper…