My week of Monday 31 October to Sunday 6 November 2016 was quieter than the previous two, deliberately, and I’m grateful for that.
- Australia’s cybersecurity strategy: Continue the omnishambles, ZDNet Australia, 3 November 2016. That’s two columns in a row that had “omnishambles” in the headline. Life is made of these small victories.
None, but check out the week ahead. There’ll be three!
- One of my allegedly funny tweets was quoted in a story at Daily News Trendz, People Are Roasting The Hell Out Of This Nonprofit That Wants A Men’s Only Co-Working Space.
The Week Ahead
It’s a busy one,
punctuated by travel from Sydney up to Bunjaree Cottages in the Blue Mountains on Tuesday afternoon, and travel back down on Thursday.
I’m finishing an op-ed for SBS TV. I’m finishing the production of three podcasts, namely The 9pm Edict Public House Forum 4, and two episodes of Corrupted Nerds from the Ruxcon information security conference. And I’m writing at least one piece for ZDNet.
On top of that, there’s work on the various geek-for-hire projects.
None of this work has been allocated to specific days. There’s still some uncertainty, including a chance the travel might be cancelled.
This information is now on the new calendar page, Stilgherrian in Public.
Update 7 November 2016: Edited to reflect schedule changes.
[Photo: The dragon is sleeping, being a decaying roof in Lilyfield in Sydney’s inner west, photographed on 6 November 2016.]