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philbee philbee somewhat boring blog about family, technology, sports, and politics Home About Me Contact Subscribe Recent Posts Wannabe Tour Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area Worry about PIPA, not SOPA Illusion of Security Profiting from a burst in the gold bubble Would You Build a Bridge This Way? My Twitter Feed: No public Twitter messages. Wannabe Tour Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area Apr 17, 2014 family, personal, sports, technology I end up spending a lot of time (and having a lot of fun) playing tourist guide when friends and family come to visit the San Francisco Bay Area… I usually start by sending an email full of options based on the particular person’s interest. Here’s a compilation from lists I’ve sent out: The Tech Museum (technology, science, kids) Exploratorium (science, kids) California Academy of Sciences (science, kids) Stanford Linear Accelerator (science) Intel Museum (technology) Chabot Space and Science Center (astronomy, kids) Golden Gate Park (nature, museums) De Young Museum (art) Legion of Honor (art) Muir Woods (nature) Angel Island (nature) Pt. Reyes National Seashore (nature) Stanford University (education) Berkley University (education) San Francisco 49ers (sports, football) Oakland Athletics (sports, baseball) Oakland Raiders (sports, football) San Jose Sharks (sports, hockey) San Francisco Giants (sports, baseball) San Jose Earthquakes (sports, soccer) Golden State Warriors (sports, basketball) Golden Gate Bridge (tourism) Alcatraz Island (tourism, museum) Pier 39 (tourism, shopping) Union Square (tourism shopping) Gilroy Outlet Mall (shopping) Koit Tower (tourism) Fisherman’s Wharf (tourism, restaurants) Chinatown (tourism, shopping) Mount Tamalpais (nature, scenery, tourism) French Laundry (restaurant) San Francisco Zoo (tourism, kids): Oakland Zoo (tourism, kids) Great America (amusement park) Davies Symphony (music) San Francisco Opera (music) San Francisco City Hall (tourism) No Comments Worry about PIPA, not SOPA Jan 15, 2012 Uncategorized Until recently, I thought Pipa was one of the participants of a recent royal wedding that I didn’t care much about. But as sinister as that Pipa might be, the more sinister PIPA is the Protect IP Act being considered by congress. Apparently, SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), which made it easy for copyright holders to ban websites and other services at the domain name level, is dead in the water due to overwhelming opposition by the technical community due to censorship concerns. I think those concerns were quite valid. Continue Reading ? No Comments SOPA PIPA copyright protection act Illusion of Security Sep 20, 2011 technology News that SSL encryption can be broken in 10 minutes seems quite big to me. The fun fact everyone would talk about is that 128 bit SSL encryption would take longer than the age of the universe to crack. 10 minutes seems like quite an improvement. The article is a little vague (or perhaps some of the TLS talk is above my head), but as far as I can tell, an infected browser could compromise any secure browser session to an HTTPS secured site that went longer than 10 minutes on a network that had an internet sniffer. This would include all online banking websites, online email websites, etc. Continue Reading ? No Comments Profiting from a burst in the gold bubble Sep 18, 2011 finance If you are like me and think that gold prices are in a bubble akin to the real estate bubble of yesteryear, there is a way you can profit from the bursting of the gold bubble. There is an ETF security that trades just like a stock called Proshares Ultrashort Gold (NYSE: GLL), which attempts to provide an investment return of 200% of the inverse of the movement of gold prices. If gold prices go down 10%, the Proshares Ultrashort Gold should go up about 20%. Trying to catch a bubble at its top is a very risky proposition. I am reminded of a friend of mine that took a large short position of home builder stocks in 2004 and was forced out of his investment due to massive losses. His prediction proved true in 2008, but that was too late. Using an ETF with a long term horizon is already safer than taking a short position. There is no risk of a margin call for starters. It’s also a good idea to dollar cost average. I’m still thinking about the best approach, but I’m thinking of splitting my planned investment in five and investing 20% every three months. I think such an approach starting now in Proshares Ultrashort Gold has a high chance of success. One problem with such ETF’s however is that the financial instruments that are used to simulate the desired return of the underlying security and the fees erode the target return. Therefore, a 10% increase in gold prices will cause the ETF to drop slightly more than 20%. Similarly, a 10% decrease in gold prices will cause the ETF to increase slightly less than 20%. 1 Comment Would You Build a Bridge This Way? Jun 20, 2011 technology This week, software bugs took the Netflix website down for a weekend and significantly delayed United Airlines flights all over the country. Massive software failures like these are becoming more commonplace. The reason is that there’s not much engineering going on anymore in the Software Engineering field. Continue Reading ? 2 Comments Promise of 3D Printing Jun 9, 2011 technology The full promise of 3D printers didn’t really hit me until recently. These are printers that build 3D objects from resin like materials. The specifications for the objects come from digital representations. The technology is in its infancy and there are still advancements to make. The printers need to get cheaper and faster. The strength of the objects produced need to get stronger. These are significant challenges, but I think the solutions are within reach. Continue Reading ? 1 Comment 3D Printers 3D Systems Network Exhile May 19, 2011 Uncategorized Dan Rather is doing some pretty good work over at HDNet. I saw features on Detroit Public Schools as well as the startup Hashable… good journalism. I hope some people are watching. No Comments Impact of Bin Laden Death May 1, 2011 politics I thought I’d record my immediate reaction to learning that Osama Bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces. Over the next few days, lots of analysts will dissect things and will probably impact my views. It will be fun to look back years later to review my initial thoughts. Continue Reading ? 1 Comment "Osama Bin Laden" 25 Bahman in Iran Feb 12, 2011 politics Tunisia was first, and Egypt was second. Will Algeria and Iran be next? Iran is particularly important given its volatile relationship with Israel and The West. The stage is set with the 25 Bahman protests scheduled for two days from now all over Iran. Continue Reading ? No Comments 25 bahman, iran, Middle East The Fix was In Feb 11, 2011 mobile, technology In hindsight, it was easy to guess that Stephen Elop would choose to partner with the Windows Phone platform over Android. He is from Microsoft after all. Since he’s only been with Nokia for four months, I’m suspecting he discussed the move to dump Symbian in favor for Windows Phone with the board of directors before being hired. The old guard at Nokia is none too pleased. I saw footage of a massive worker walk-out in Finland in protest the move to dump Symbian. This is a big risk and only time will tell if it will work out. No Comments microsoft, Nokia, windows phone ? Older Posts About this blog Thanks for stopping by. I use this space to share thoughts on family, technology, hobbies, and just about anything else that crosses my mind. 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