Monday 16 to Sunday 22 December 2019 was another week when Sydney’s sky was drenched in bushfire smoke. My belly cleared, I got a podcast done, and the podcast was good. I am pleased.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 499: More podcast, more smoke, more concern about revenue”
The entire week of Monday 9 to Sunday 15 December 2019 was lost to gastrointestinal wonders, thanks very much. I still don’t know what’s going on down there. But let’s not dwell on that, because it’s finally started improving.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 498: Many smoke, no work, very poo”
My week of Monday 4 to Sunday 10 November was one of the low points in my productivity cycle. I’m getting used to it. It’s nothing to worry about. It’s just that I have little to report this week.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 493: Productivity pause, and now the threat of bushfires”
In this episode, Nicholas Fryer joins us to explore the archetypical Arizona senator, breakfast food, productivity, and the cost of living.
We talk about baked goods, fried rice, watermelon, Hunter S Thompson, international politics, parenting, productivity, and more.Continue reading “The 9pm Arch Window of the Baked Goods”
Articles, Podcasts, Media Appearances, Corporate Largesse
None of any of these things appeared, which is odd. And yes, I must get those podcasts sorted.
The Week Ahead
Monday and Tuesday are Sydney days, with a medical appointment, writing for ZDNet, and some geekery for clients, before returning to Wentworth Falls on Tuesday evening.
The rest of the week is a mix of writing for ZDNet, looking at this dire podcast situation, and maybe some more geekery.
I’ve pencilled in:
- Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, Sydney, 21–21 August.
- CLOUDSEC Australia 2018, Sydney, 28 August.
- D61+ LIVE, Brisbane, 18–19 September. (TBC)
- Australian Cyber Conference, formerly the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) National Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 October.
- International Association of Privacy Professionals ANZ (iappANZ) Annual Summit, Privacy: Handling the Seismic Shift, Melbourne, 1 November. (TBC)
Update 1255 AEST: Edited to reflect schedule change.
[Photo: Sydney Central station, with fauna. Two seagulls and a bin chicken in the usual places, photographed on 10 August 2018.]