1994-05-30 - Re: “lifeguard(?)”: bullet tracking system???

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From: rarachel@prism.poly.edu (Arsen Ray Arachelian)
To: rah@shipwright.com (Robert Hettinga)
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Message ID: <9405301349.AA01227@prism.poly.edu>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-05-30 14:02:40 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 30 May 94 07:02:40 PDT

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From: rarachel@prism.poly.edu (Arsen Ray Arachelian)
Date: Mon, 30 May 94 07:02:40 PDT
To: rah@shipwright.com (Robert Hettinga)
Subject: Re: "lifeguard(?)": bullet tracking system???
In-Reply-To: <199405292202.SAA05375@zork.tiac.net>
Message-ID: <9405301349.AA01227@prism.poly.edu>
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> [snip]
> and Sandy Sandfort <sandfort@crl.com> replied,
> [much really spiffy stuff about shooting the shooter(or not) "elided" as
> they say around here...]
> uh, is this *really* cryptography?
> [sorry...]

The only place you're likely to find only info on crypto is [drum roll please]
sci.crypt on usenet news. :-)  While crypto is the main focus of cypherpunks,
occasionally other <important> issues do come up.

Privacy, the evils of the state, microphones in Dunkin Donuts, etc. are
certainly of interest to the denizens of cypherpunks, and so quite on topic.

We'z stoned immaculate...