While I was living in Paris, I posted the link to the Paris Webring on my blog, and from time to time I visit it, to see what's up in the mind of people living in France. I got a random one today that made me think about terrorism, of all things, and security. The post is a somewhat funny story about a security guard stopping Carmen Electra. What's interesting about it is the information the blogger has revealed about security at CDG airport. One could, were one of that mindset, use that information to bypass or work around airport security. What it proves is that we are never going to be able to lock all those opportunities down - we can never be safe exclusively through hard core security, because someone will always say something that the right people can use. Rather, we have to rely on the same thing we've relied on for probably thousands of years - trust in the generally good nature of our fellow human beings.
This is a test post. I want to see if the SiteMeter works.