I figured if I’m going to do this blogging thing I should get some real software instead of editing an HTML file by hand. Not that I mind writing raw HTML but this is so much easier and has all these cool nifty features like comments and stuff. So I’ve just installed this today, I’ve […]
I am very very happy about this. <danceofjoy> I finally own hackernews.com again! </danceofjoy> many many thanks to Dave for keeping watch over the domain and not gouging me to transfer it over. (Dave, I owe you many beers!) Now just because I have the domain doesn’t mean I am going to resurect HNN or […]
Dildog threw his annual Christmas bash with all of the usual suspects and a few unusual ones. Tame by L0pht party standards but hey, we’re all gettin’ old. The Vegtable of Death actually stopped looking for dead people long enough to grace us with his presence. The Fish of Tweet was still 5K miles away […]
Amazing what you can find in your own website log files. Very surprising to see who is reading this site. Hi out there, I see you!
So one of the few tech reporters who ‘gets it’, Ted Bridis, over at the AP decides he needs a quote for a story about how old cell phones may still have data on them from their original owners. So he finds Mudge, and what does he say? “I’d run over the phone…” Bwhahahaha!!!!. Well, […]
Blackhat and Defcon were as trippy as I thought it would be. Rather tame by Defcon standards but then I think they say that every year. Not much in the way of muli-colored hair or scantily clad women, but definately more women than I remember. KP was pimpin’ out the Defcon badge which I must […]
I see that Spaceronics will live a long and illustrious life. Long Live Spaceronics! (Please, don’t ask, or I will be forced to tell you the Bangkok story.)
OK, so now that I am blogging, not that I wasn’t blogging before they called it blogging, what the hell do I write about? HOPE is coming up but I doubt I will be in attendance, to much work. I may head off to Defcon this year, that will be a trip. Been five years […]