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December 5, 2007

Next BaySec Tomorrow, 6 Dec 07

Yep, BaySec is tomorrow night, December 6th at 7pm. See you at O'Neils.

December 8, 2007

Symantec marketing is getting better.

This Norton Fighter shtick is far better than the Symantec Revolution jingle.

December 16, 2007

New security conference: "SOURCE: Boston"

Originally uploaded by Adam J. O'Donnell
I have been in Boston for the past few days serving as an advisor for a new security conference that will have its debut early next year. The conference series, SOURCE, will hold its first event in March of 2008 at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. I am very confident that this will be an incredible event given the (currently secret) speaker lineup we have been able to secure thus far. Stay tuned.

How do people find my blog?

Originally uploaded by Adam J. O'Donnell
Apparently the blogosphere (including BoingBoing) was interested in my write-up on the security implications of two girls, one cup. It has dramatically affected the search terms that are used to reach my website, as made evident by Figure 1 (right).

December 21, 2007

My favorite webtool ever (this week, at least)

MindMeister, the web-based mind-mapping application. Bonus: it has some nice collaborative features as well.

December 22, 2007

Army Fights the Monoculture

A colleague from graduate school, Nick Kirsch, sent me this article that discusses the military's plan to incorporate Macs into their IT infrastructure. He said it was evidence that someone read my thesis, but I suspect Dan Geer's work had far more influence.

December 28, 2007

What I did on my Christmas vacation...

I picked up chess again on a friend's suggestion. Yahoo's chess interface is abysmal, but playing on FICS using Decaf for my interface has been pretty nice.

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