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People Hacking & Playtime - For The Analogies Project

My latest piece for The Analogies Project – using real life and stories to demystify InfoSec. An excerpt: 

“Bike helmets, warnings about strangers, weather forecasts and traffic lights don’t guarantee your kid’s safety.  75 more words

InfoSec

Reaping The Benefits Of Stuxnet - For Information Security Buzz

My answer to the July expert panel question for Information Security Buzz:

In your opinion, which company or person has had the biggest impact on the information security industry within the last 10 years, and why? 90 more words

InfoSec

I’m excited to announce that I am contributing to a brand-new website for discussion of film and related topics, The Solute. The Solute is, in the words of founder Julius Kassendorf, “a brainchild collective emerging from the commentariat of The Dissolve,” the same website on which I posted my reassessment of… 110 more words

Movies/TV

Spectacular Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

I know I live in a beautiful country, and I know we’re famous for our wilderness.  But that wilderness is all too quickly getting crowded with visitors, polluted, or even disappearing.   84 more words

Reviews

FAN'S EYE VIEW: FOREST 2-0 BLACKPOOL / Seat Pitch

The anticipation around Stuart Pearce’s first competitive match in charge of Nottingham Forest was immense and the day did not disappoint. In my Fan’s Eye View for Seat Pitch I relive the day and also compare Pearce with a current hero of our team.

Read the article here

Nottingham Forest

Guide to Whistler, BC

I was lucky to spend almost a week in Whistler in June 2014, checking out how much Whistler had changed since my last visit (in, ummm, 1986!) 125 more words

Reviews

Time to bring back morbidity and mortality conferences

My post on the changing culture of medicine as reflected in the way we talk about our errors in M&Ms is up at kevinMD.

http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2014/07/time-bring-back-morbidity-mortality-conferences.html

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