Bruce Schneier meint, er wäre momentan etwas zu geladen:

Did I Actually Say That?

I'm quoted (also here) as using this analogy to explain how IT companies will be damaged by the news that they've been collaborating with the NSA:

"How would it be if your doctor put rat poison in your medicine? Highly damaging," said Bruce Schneier, a US computer security expert.

Not the most eloquent I've been recently. Clearly I need to relax.

Worauf ihm ein Kevin antwortet:


Good Sir;

As a man married to a (now) clinical psychologist since we were both undergrads, I urge you to consider your emotive "outburst" a symptom of your sanity responding to an ethical outrage.

Humans, and all their motives are not reduced to code, nor to the sterile language of academia.



Und darauf Buck meint:


Seconded! (Not the personal bits, but about the trials & tribulations of being sane in a world ruled by the truly insane ;-)

"The point is, you see," said Ford, "that there is no point in driving yourself mad trying to stop yourself going mad. You might just as well give in and save your sanity for later."
- Douglas Adams, "Life, the Universe and Everything" (1982)

So ist es nämlich.