You've found me, sort of.
This is a holding place for domains I'm not yet using, and a catalog of work and information I frequently reference.
You were probably looking for:
- Talks and Presentations I've given
- My CV, or a shorter resume
- My personal blog
- My workplace who don't censor, endorse, or seem to particularly pay attention to my speech outside of work
- Linux Journal, where my column Under the Sink covers a story or idea in infrastructure software and security about every other month.
...or one of my projects:
- The Internet Civil Engineering Institute (ICEI), an organization dedicated to the maintenance and improvement of the infrastructure software that the internet, UNIX, and Linux depend on.
New Guard, an informal mentoring group for early- and mid-career technologists interested in infrastructure software. New Guard can be found in
- The Information Security Practice Principles (ISPPs), a system for working from first principles to make information security better, rather than being a slave to checklists or being out in the cold when the situation is too new for any best practice to exist.
- Project Dogpound is a blog about being a protector personality.
Talking about NTPSec and saving the internet
- Too Big to Fail Open-Source Software Needs Hacker Help Brady Dale, NY Observer
- The internet's core infrastructure is dangerously unsupported and could crumble (but we can save it!) Cory Doctorow, BoingBoing
- NTP: the rebirth of ailing, failing core network infrastructure Cory Doctorow, BoingBoing