Category: usability

Is it hard to install PGP on a Mac?

hacks, open source, privacy, usability
So what if you don't want the NSA to see a particular file or email? If they're really wiretapping the whole goddamn internet, how can you keep secrets? Well, you have to encrypt them. And the standard for strong encryption is PGP -- [Pretty Good Pri… more »

Braille vs. OCR in Business Cards

accessibility, photos, usability
A researcher at NIST recently gave me a rather unique business card, with Braille text embossed on the card! Cool! This would be a great thing for those of us that work with people with visual disabilities. One catch, though: OCR-reading softw… more »

Revisualizing the NTIA MSH Polling Data

hacks, policy, privacy, usability
The NTIA today [released notes from the first MSH meeting](http://www.ntia.doc.gov/blog/2012/homework-assignment-privacy-stakeholders) on consumer privacy today. However, I couldn't easily understand the format they reported [their data (PDF)](http://ww… more »

ATLAS.ti Software Compatibility

wtf?, research, usability
This is a rant; you may want to move on. As part of my work, I interact regularly with a piece of software, ATLAS.ti, that permits various forms of qualitative data analysis. Think of a project where we may have 30 or so interview transcripts and we… more »

Turning Tables on Censor Circumvention

hacks, open source, privacy, research, usability
Stanford's crypto group has just released a neat piece of research: [Flash Proxies](https://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/). The idea is very cool: create a ton of censorship-circumvention nodes directly in web browsers and then coordinate traffic b… more »
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