I watched a lot of material in the week of Monday 26 October to Sunday 1 November 2020 but none of it led to any writing. It’s a good thing I had some ZDNet videos in the can, and that long livestreamed podcast on Saturday. Also, it rained a lot.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 544: More cybers in the rain”
Warmer than average spring weather continued during my week of Monday 6 to Sunday 13 September 2020 — a week with some cybers and some fraud and a podcast about space.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 537: Plodding through spring in the Quarantimes”
The week of Monday 10 to Sunday 16 February 2020 was wet. I lost a day clearing up after the weekend rainstorms, but I still got a couple of things written, and a lot of planning done. And a nice long Sunday lunch.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 507: After the rains the clean-up, and cuttlefish soldiers”
The most remarkable event in the week of Monday 3 to Sunday 9 February 2020 was the rain. A lot of rain. In just three days Wentworth Falls received 279mm. With another 100mm expected before 9am Monday, that’ll be more than half the total rainfall of 2019.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 506: Parliament returns, and so do the rains”
My week of Monday 31 December 2018 to Sunday 6 January 2019 was a relatively quiet start to the new year. I am more than happy with this.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 449: A hot then cool start to 2019”
- Mobile security is really about risk and identity management, ZDNet Australia, dated 1 June 2017, but actually published this week.
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The Week Ahead
Monday is a public holiday for the Queen’s Birthday, but I’ll be working on the SEKRIT editorial project. That work will continue on Tuesday, after which the project should not be SEKRIT. Wednesday will be devoted to administrivia.
Thursday will be spent in Sydney. So far I’ve scheduled a meeting, two medical appointments, and a bunch of errands.
On Saturday, I’m recording the pilot episode of a new podcast. I’ll tell you more about that in about a week.
I’m covering 5th International Conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensics (ICCCF) on the Gold Coast from 16 to 18 July, I hope; and the national conference of the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) in Sydney from 10 to 12 October.
If there’s anything I should add in there, please let me know.
[Photo: Central station in the rain, photographed on 9 June 2017. The view is from a NSW TrainLink V-set (#purpletrain) standing on platform 7 looking towards platform 8.]