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Gary Longsine
Works at Intrinsic Security, Inc.
Attended University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Lives in Missoula, Montana
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Bernadette by Tom Catmull's Radio Static 


Another dollar and a day long gone
It wasn’t you I wanted to bank on
So I got an hour for the rest of the song 
and I’m handing it off to  you

They say that love is like a merry go round 
The more you ride the more you’re hearin’ the sound 
Of cold vomit while it’s slappin’ the ground 
It ain’t pretty but you know it’s true

(CHORUS) 
Bernadette, Bernadette, are we in love and is it over yet?
Bernadette, Bernadette, 
Another lover told me it was just a matter of time
Bernadette, Bernadette 
Pleasant lies that have a barren end
Bernadette, Bernadette, 
another verse to kill, another cheesy barrel of rhymes 


the first few days went like they were supposed 
dinner movie and the requisite rose 
a paperback 
to curl a few of my toes
cotton candy through and through 

but summer winds can blow a novel apart 
and scattered pages just like the pieces of art 
that fell from a truck that seemed to pull over hard
the insurance covers me and you

(CHORUS) 

The lesson here it should be easy to find
Don’t let your heart sit at the wheel of your mind
It doesn’t know it’s ass from a government sign 
when a hole in the ground will do
when a hole in the ground will do
when a hole in the ground will do

(CHORUS)

The more you love the more you’re hearin’ the sound 
The more you love the more you’re hearin’ the sound 
The more you love the more you’re hearin’ the sound 
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Pinegrass at the first Missoula Farmers Market, May 2015.  Storybook perfect weather, and the band playing a song my Dad liked, "Gentle on My Mind" by John Hartford.  
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NYTimes: Fire at Library in Moscow Destroys Millions of Volumes
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A major fire that threatened to consume one of Russia’s most important libraries was finally put out late Saturday, but scholars are only beginning to assess the damage from the flames, smoke and water.
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"Still wanna know more about ‪#‎SLS‬? This infographic gives you everything you need to know!"

Share courtesy of +NASA 
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Things Meatloaf Would Do For Love

... Just not that. :)

#meatloaf #funny
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Jailbreaking iOS is Dead.  Long live "Rootless" secure system extensions!  
Rumor has it that Apple will include a new security feature (possibly known to the developers in Apple as "Rootless") in the upcoming releases iOS 9 and OS X 10.11.  Although details are sparse, it looks like Apple may have implemented what other UNIX systems call "namespaces" (Google "namespaces on Linux").  Most of the public speculation about the rumor concerns a possible end to jailbreaking—a sport which has fallen on hard times with successf...
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" Since Apple is one of the largest cloud services vendors in the world..." [citation needed]! 
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This is awesome!  Good going, +NASA  
A couple years ago, NASA and DHS unveiled a portable radar unit based on technology used to detect alien life on distant exoplanets. This radar unit, though, would be used closer to home—to find people burried under rubble. In the first real-world demonstration of its use, the device helped save 4 men trapped under earthquake rubble in Nepal.
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This is genius at play.  When you recognize the music, you won't be able to stop laughing. 
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Why do some atheists care so much about religion? 
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"Thought to be about 25 years old when she died, she was found preserved in permafrost in the Altai Mountains at an altitude of about 2,500 metres, with two men also discovered nearby. Buried around her were six horses, saddled and bridled and said to have been her spiritual escorts to the next world, along with a meal of sheep and horse meat."

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The first replica face has been created of the famous tattooed Siberian princess found mummified and preserved after almost 2500 years in permafrost. A Swiss expert has used special taxidermy techniques to build an accurate reconstruction of the ice maiden who was uncovered by archaeologists in ...
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information architecture and information security consultant
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  • Intrinsic Security, Inc.
    information architecture and information security consultant, present
  • illumineX, inc.
  • PLATINUM technology, inc.
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Podunk, Nebraska - Minneapolis, Minnesota - Washington, D.C. - Des Moines, Iowa
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If you're a friend, or business associate (not a spammer) feel free to contact me.  
cell:  (202) 330-1037

You can email me by sending to gary@ either of my domains,
   illumineX.com for iPhone development and,
   intrinsicSecurity.com for security consulting services.

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A successful serial entrepreneur and consultant, Gary has helped his clients save millions of dollars and achieve other objectives with information systems. He’s spent more than twenty years advising chiefs of both cabinet-level government agencies and Fortune 500 private firms, always to their benefit. With skills that transcend the technological realm, Gary has helped bring an understanding of ROI to the analysts, and insight into technological issues to the executive board room. He has made a career of bridging gaps with insight and acumen, always with an eye on new angles, and better solutions.

Education: B.A. in Economics, International Affairs, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with a Minor in Conflict Resolution

Fields of Experience: Large-Scale Enterprise and Program Management, Scalable Security Architectures, Secure Code Development, Lifecycle Security for Web 2.0 Deployment, and Business Mission Consultation
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