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jwright last won the day on June 28 2010

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About jwright

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    Jason
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    Ithaca, NY
  1. jwright

    Cornell Debate

    I encourage anyone interested in college debate and/or Cornell to learn about our program. Cornell has a nationally competitive debate program that attends a full range of national circuit & local tournaments, including Northwestern, Harvard, Wake Forest, the Cal swing, Kentucky, and the NDT & CEDA, in addition to a host of regional tournaments in the Northeast. Cornell's program is also one of the largest in the Northeast and is regularly among the top-ranked CEDA schools in the country. Please check out our brand new website -- http://www.cornellforensics.org If you have any questions, please contact me (jpw97@cornell.edu) or our policy debate coach, Adam "Ace" Garen (cornelldebatecoach@gmail.com) Thanks, Jason Wright Cornell University -- 2012
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    NDCA

    http://www.joyoftournaments.com/nats/ndca/info.asp?p=10
  3. Hi, I'm available to judge & work at the TOC. I debate for Cornell University-- this year qualified for the NDT and was in the octas of CEDA Nationals. In high school I was a Kentucky Fellow and finished in the top 10 for the Baker Award. I've judged a few tournaments this year and can cut a very large number of cards (I can especially help with politics work and handling new affs) jpwright0@gmail.com Jason Wright
  4. What if the NDCA, or some other relevant organization, set up an email address for the purpose of emailing authors to be used in debates. Students could email that address with their message and the person they want to contact, the NDCA sends the email, and publicly posts the response(s) on their website. This seems to solve everything as long as there is someone willing and accountable to do it.
  5. finding the originating IP for modern DDoS attacks is often impossible, if not extremely arduous (hence why the FBI often handles DDoS backtracking). I don't think kerpen is putting in that time/effort for a site he is about to sell. DDoS attacks typically propagate through hundreds-thousands of machines... even if you managed to sort through all of that and detect a single, originating botnet, you can't "un-spoof" IPs and trace it to a single IP. The process is so difficult and complex that no reasonable server admin defends against DDoS by rooting out the individuals responsible. assuming that there is 1 readily accessible IP that can be determined to be the source of an attack is a pretty naive understanding of DDoS, especially for someone who wanted to take over the server immediately following a DDoS attack....hence I chose to be an ass. sorry if this was offensive
  6. by definition... of the most basic attack one could launch on a server... DDoS attacks originate from multiple IP addresses. I think this is sufficient to disqualify you from taking over "admin duties"
  7. Rounds 1&2 Ballots: http://www.scrantondebate.com/langaninvitational/2010-results/
  8. See Antonucci's post. I meant that the fee is a disservice to the product itself, not to the user. I think most are more inclined to just donate to the debate team.
  9. I agree, this is an awesomely fun and cool toy but it is a disservice to charge people for it at this point. As a fellow software developer I understand the desire to be compensated for work that you've done, but this is not yet a finished, commercial project... I'm interested to see how this develops further.
  10. Now that our pesky starters and head coach are out of the way I'm assuming nothing less than elite 8 for Cornell this year.
  11. She no longer coaches debate, but is still a faculty member at Cornell.
  12. There is a speech team under the same organization as policy debate, with separate coaching & travel. Contact Chris Langone with questions -- cvl4@cornell.edu
  13. There are a ton of factors that go into admissions decisions at Cornell and elsewhere. I'd be happy to discuss applications with anyone who has questions about the process or would like advice about getting in to Cornell. There are no argument limitations or restrictions on the team, and there is a huge range of "style" that we adopt. It is completely open to any type of debate. Our wiki page lists the arguments we've read so far this year. There is a full schedule on our website: http://www.cornellforensics.org/?page_id=24 I've also sent this to your inbox.
  14. Hi all, It's almost college admissions time and I encourage anyone interested in college policy debate to check out Cornell & our team. Cornell has a nationally competitive debate program that attends a full range of national circuit & local tournaments, including Northwestern, Harvard, Wake Forest, the Cal swing, Kentucky, and the NDT & CEDA, in addition to a host of regional tournaments in the Northeast. Cornell's program is also one of the largest in the Northeast and is regularly among the top-ranked CEDA schools in the country. Please check out our brand new website -- http://www.cornellforensics.org If you have any questions, please contact me (jpw97@cornell.edu) or our policy debate coach, Adam "Ace" Garen (cornelldebatecoach@gmail.com) Thanks, Jason Wright Cornell University -- 2012
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