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The best security advice you could ever get from IT

2009/07/29

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Pretty standard boiler-plate until you get to:

If shelter is not available, lie flat in a ditch or other low-lying area. Do not get under an overpass or bridge. You are safer in a low, flat location.

Uuurrghhh… pffft. My head just exploded from teh awesomeness of this advice. At the next bug report, I will duck and cover. With the kit that I made for cyber emergencies—two cans and some string, a tin of caffeinated mints, a megaphone (because I’ve always wanted to respond to “I am on the phone” with “But I am on the megaphone” like Beth from NewsRadio and because that is the closest analog twitter equivalent), and my two plush microbe brain cells. You never know when you’ll need two to rub together.

via The Tumblings of Kev

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