I have to keep this short because I have quite a bit of homework to do, but I’ll keep this interesting nonetheless.
So last Monday, I had to submit a paper for my World Literature class. 221 more words
“There are just four of you. I don’t see the point of conducting the workshop today. Please leave.” The crushing words of the professor were like fuel to the fire to my tragic first day of class, which had started off quite auspiciously, but took quite a turn as I had lost my way to the workshop in the torrential rains. 841 more words
New York City,
September 22, 2014.
Our best cryptography tools are still startlingly difficult to use for journalists who aren’t also technologists, and so politically-minded technologists have a responsibility to teach PGP, OTR, and other esoterically-initialed privacy tools to journalists and activists who didn’t grow up speaking computerese. 205 more words