Back in the day, I ran a dial-up bulletin board named My UnKnown BBS. This blog is the reincarnation of that board, more or less. Shout out to Erik 'the' Ratcliffe who did run across this whine fest. Another to the members of Net-109, or at least those who might remember me. Same goes for the TriBBS SysOps of the world, what few are left. Oh, the name "Kuramarujo" is my Shikona, or fighting name, in Sumo. I play a few of the virtual sumo games (think Fantasy Football) under this name.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Voting Machines in the USA
Voting Machines in the USA | "The voting machine you'll encounter on Nov. 4 takes the most important right in a democracy — your right to vote — and makes it real. And just like the people who make and use them, machines aren't perfect. DVICE has researched all of the nation's voting machines to tell you what technology you'll be using on Election Day and what potential problems and vulnerabilities it might have."
These are two very informative maps. If you want to see the correlation between potential voter error and potential for hacking you'll be intrigued by the way they are related.