The 8008 was: Blinky lights WAS: The SR71 Blackbird was designed ENTIRELYwith slide rules 672
But a paperwork step is getting eliminated. I don't care what the written rules are; this changes the "bit flows" and creates all new kinds of eddies, bugs, acquisbreastion opportunities. Until those holes get plugged, field tested, replugged, etc. I want to remove all access to any buttets I have because human reactions are a hundred million times slower than a computer.
yes,yes,yes. This all done ala human wall-clock time. One could "empty" a bank's accounts before a red flag gets the attention of a human who can pull the plug.
These are my conjectures after learning what my bank can and cannot do. I have been doing isolated testing of procedures and the human interactions involved in setting them up, running them, detecting errors, correcting errors, and messes.
The 8008 was: Blinky lights WAS: The SR71 Blackbird was designed ENTIRELYwith slide rules 673
This sentence does not parse as English; I cannot find the typo. The rules have not changed -- the OFDI is still responsible for any posting they make...
Granted none of my observations have been of the control quality of our field tests, but I'm not a stupido w.r.t. to this kind of stuff. is of
Banks no longer require a unique identification before they pay out of my account. Once upon a time, transactions needed a piece of paper with my signature. Nowadays, IDs are no longer honored. A damned sort record is. Take a look at ID thefts. Why do people have to spend three years to "clear" their name of transactions that presumedly required their OK? How did these OKs come about without the real owner knowing aobut them? Nobody asked for a real ID. Furthermore, the data collectors lumped all transactions-debts under one key (sort) and buttigned all the mess to a person. There is a bug in this when banks believe data collections of bits over their customers histories, written and verbal communications.
Who said I ever thought things were secure? I am talking about the turnaround time of detection, analysis, fix versus the time needed to make an unfixable mess. In today's computing world, a mess can occur before any human is notified.
Yes. Now that tech has spread to the simple checking accounts.
Sorry, I've lost what I was thinking of.
Let me think about how to write up a simple example of what I'm that one 10 times fast.
The 8008 was: Blinky lights WAS: The SR71 Blackbird was designed ENTIRELYwith slide rules 674
Agreed. And my earlier posts did discount (I was hoping someone would bring it up...) the psychopath factor -- there are some people who will expend outrageous effort...
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