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Re: Revised CJR

> On Fri, 6 Oct 1995, Raph Levien wrote:
> > 
> > There are no military standards or specifications that this t-shirt is
> > designed to meet. There are no special characteristics of the t-shirt,
> > including no radiation-hardening, no ballistic protection, no hard
>             ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ^^^^^^^
> > points (the t-shirt is only available in soft 100% cotton), no TEMPEST
>   ^^^^^^  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > capability, no thermal and no infrared signature reduction capability
> > (in excess of that provided by a typical black cotton t-shirt), no
> > surveillance, and no intelligence gathering capability. The t-shirt
> > does not use image intensification tubes.
> Oh I love it.  I warm kudo for whoever game up with the above wording (as 
> well as the rest of the paragraph). :-)

Thanks! Actually, I adapted the wording from Phil Karn's CJR for the
Applied Cryptography book.

I didn't find the time yesterday to send the CJR (instead, I was preparing
for a rather cpunks-friendly presentation on Net (In)security to a graduate
Business Administration class here at Berkeley for Tuesday. The revised
target ship date is Wednesday.