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On Security Policies - A Cracking Pair

There’s been a dire lack of guidance and commentary on security policies of late. Perhaps because it’s one of the most mind numbing topics in InfoSec (possibly with the exception of data classification). 794 more words


The Duck or the Decorated Shed

 I’ve got a short non-fiction piece up on Richmond word-maven Valley Haggard‘s blogging site Life In 10 Minutes. The concept is thus: you write for ten minutes, edit for ten minutes, then submit your piece. 73 more words


Revisiting Farinelli il Castrato at The Solute

Gérard and Andrée Corbiau’s 1994 film Farinelli il Castrato was released in the US twenty years ago this month. At the time of its release, the film received a lot of attention for its use of digital editing to simulate the… 39 more words


What Happens If We Let Fat People Be Happy?

Imagine this: A woman tells a story on her personal blog about how she learned to stop hating her body. She writes of the journey that took her out of self-loathing and into self-confidence. 98 more words


Wichita Symphony Orchestra with Samuel Ramey: Duke Bluebeard's Castle

Béla Bartók: Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, Op. 11

Samuel Ramey as Bluebeard
Nancy Maultsby as Judith

Wichita Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Hege, Music Director and Conductor
Marie Allyn King, Stage Director… 353 more words


Best way to see the Galapagos Islands

My latest article on the best way to see the Galápagos Islands is published on LuxuryAndBoutiqueHotels.com.

My advice:

  • First take a cruise — it is really the only way to see the remote places where most of the animals are.
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Exploring Peru

My articles on Peru are starting to be published. Lots more to come, but the first are the hotel features, including one with one of the prettiest pools I’ve ever seen. 217 more words