Monthly archives: March, 2012

Multi OS booting USB drive with full disk encryption?

I am trying to figure out how to implement this scheme: Two persistent linux installations with full disk encryption on a USB drive. I want this to appear to be a single encrypted volume (i.e. use a hidden volume for one of the installations) for plausible deniability. I would probably use Tails for the OS…


Calling Shenanigans on Nuclear Instruments and Methods, a “Peer Reviewed” Journal

UPDATE at end of post   Original Post- The journal Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, or NIM for short, is published by Elsevier and is peer reviewed. Or so I thought. A few months ago several co-workers and I submitted a paper on a Friday…


Music

I used to play guitar, keyboards and do a lot of sampling and sequencing.  It has been far too long since I’ve recorded any new music (played a little here and there though).  I’m not sure when I’ll have time again unfortunately.  For now I’ve been listening to some of the stuff I recorded over…