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The Match Game

Netlogic Speeds DPI by Accelerating Text Pattern Matching

by Bryon Moyer

Chester was a real stickler for grammar. It started innocently enough: he would review his own memos a couple of extra times to make sure they were right. Then he started cracking down on his staff: he wanted them all to be as careful about their prose as he was about his. And he was reviewing their stuff. And that worked, more or less.

But the problem was, he was kind of OCD about everything he read. A memo might come in describing an incredible new bonus program that was going to net him thousands of dollars, but misplaced commas would distract him, and he would completely miss the main message. He seemed to be able to comprehend only grammatically pure materials. He just couldn’t let it go.  Read More

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The Process of Process Tracking

Satin Attempts to Corral a Recalcitrant Beast

by Bryon Moyer

Breaking the System

Good Pieces Don’t Always Make a Good Whole

by Bryon Moyer

Let's Get Small

Smaller Chips, Smaller RTOS, Smaller Shows

by Jim Turley

Design West 2012 Shakedown

by Amelia Dalton




Is Your Design Process Secure?

Posted on 10/26/16 at 8:43 PM by TotallyLost

Hopefully there will be some significant class action lawsuits, that put these idiots out of business, and firmly plant a legal line in the sand that establishes either get security right, and stand behind it ... or get the h*** out of town (this industry…

Is Your Design Process Secure?

Posted on 10/26/16 at 8:35 PM by TotallyLost

I've been very vocal about just how big a mistake IoT security is likely to be.

This week, just a very small part of that nightmare reared it's head.


Ethics and Horizontal Integration

Posted on 10/25/16 at 3:03 PM by TotallyLost

In fiction from the '30 to the '70's, there is a steady blurring between government and corporations, that has steadily become worse than feared. Sadly none of Orwell's novels have a protagonist strong/smart/skilled/cunning enough to escape it, which unfo…

Ethics and Horizontal Integration

Posted on 10/25/16 at 1:51 PM by kevin

@TotallyLost - Yikes!
"the more we do it, the more the targeted individual get's used to it, even when they didn't ask for it, or may have opted-out of it."

The same could be said about daily floggings...

Ethics and Horizontal Integration

Posted on 10/25/16 at 12:03 PM by TotallyLost

And I had this very discussion two days ago with an engineer of a very large H-oriented software company that dominates the market.

Is it ethical to track customers, and non-customers, by building highly detailed profiles of every individual on the pla…

Analog Circuit and Model Exploration

Posted on 10/24/16 at 11:13 AM by bmoyer

What do you think of these circuit and model exploration tools?

Achronix Goes Chipless

Posted on 10/22/16 at 1:32 PM by kevin

Welcome back @gobeavs! We've missed you.

We didn't know we just had to mention Achronix. What is it with you and them anyway? Did they kick your puppy or steal your bike?

What World Maker Faire Shows Us About the Future of Engineering

Posted on 10/19/16 at 10:43 PM by KenRobot

Awesome~! Hope you enjoyed the fish robot. More to come on

How Secure Are Fitness Devices?

Posted on 10/17/16 at 10:09 AM by bmoyer

What do you think about Open Effect's efforts to test the security (and privacy) of fitness devices?

Achronix Goes Chipless

Posted on 10/16/16 at 2:08 PM by gobeavs


You need to do a little more research. Achronix CEO Holt was discussing this hail mary pass back in 2012. So it's not some stealth mode reveal.

Here is my history of Achronix.

1. Fastes…

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