Quotes by: Daniel J. Bernstein
|Daniel J. Bernstein
October 29, 1971 |
East Patchogue, New York
||University of Illinois at Chicago, Eindhoven University of Technology
||University of California, Berkeley
New York University
||qmail, djbdns, Curve25519
The most important function of a bibliographic entry is to help the reader obtain a copy of the cited work.
The average user doesn't give a damn what happens, as long as (1) it works and (2) it's fast.
In general, the Internet was not designed to accommodate deliberate failures to communicate.
I have discovered that there are two types of command interfaces in the world of computing: good interfaces and user interfaces.
I won't be satisfied until I've put the entire security industry out of work.