The Late Winter Series 2021 of the Edict continues with technology journalist and disinformation analyst Ariel Bogle from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s International Cyber Policy Centre.Continue reading “The 9pm Anti-Lockdown Freedom Nazis with Ariel Bogle”
My week of Monday 14 to Sunday 20 January 2019 was dominated by an accident. In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, while heading to the bathroom without my glasses and without being fully awake, I tripped over something.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 451: Blood, so much blood”
My week of Monday 19 to Sunday 23 December 2018 was surprisingly busy. Instead of winding down as it approached Christmas, it wound back up with new things happening.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 447: It’s still way too busy as Christmas looms”
My week of Monday 10 to Sunday 16 December 2018 was dominated by Australia’s new encryption-busting laws, the Assistance & Access Act. Two articles, two radio spots, and yet more in the works.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 446: New laws dominate the week”
This was the week that the Australian media returned from holidays. What caught the eye, or ear, of Justin Smith on Sydney’s radio 2UE on Tuesday afternoon was the series of hacks and planned hacks for political purposes.
Someone had hacked the Twitter and YouTube accounts of US Central Command (CENTCOM) — although it probably wasn’t Islamic State. And Anonymous, or at least their French-speaking sections, announced that they were declaring war on the jihadists.
I’m posting the audio stream even though it suffers some dropouts. I’m assuming this was just the stream back to me, rather than the broadcast chain, because we continued on air regardless.
This audio is ©2015 Radio 2UE Sydney Pty Ltd.
My week of Monday 21 to Sunday 27 April 2014 was another solid performer, despite it supposedly being a short three-day working week between Easter and Anzac Day, and despite having to rebuild my computer.
There’s not a lot to say without me getting into a whinge about software generally, so let’s just get on with it.
- Un-API dinosaurs can’t leap the legacy chasm, ZDNet Australia, 24 April 2014, which seems to have gotten quite a bit of positive feedback — despite the lame pun in the headline.
I produced seven short movies, which were supposed to be progress reports for my Pozible campaign, but which were really just me arseing around. You can find all seven in a YouTube playlist, The 9 O’Clock Resurrection.
There was one for every working day, plus an extra for Anzac Day. But why don’t you subscribe to 5at5, and then I don’t need to keep telling you about it.
- 5at5 number 38, 22 April 2013.
- 5at5 number 39, 23 April 2013.
- 5at5 number 40, 24 April 2013.
- 5at5 number 41, 25 April 2013.
The Week Ahead
Oh dear. We’re halfway through it already. However it’s already been quite productive. I’ve wrapped the Pozible project, written a piece for ZDNet Australia (to be published today), recorded a radio interview (to go to air next week), and recorded an interview which will turn into some media in due course.
Today, Wednesday, is a day of planning and writing — in particular sketching out what will happen in May. Thursday is a day trip to Sydney, for a meeting and then Good Technology’s Sydney Mobility Summit, a briefing about strategies for mobile device security. Friday is a day of writing and production planning.
On Saturday I’ll be recording “The 9pm Shire”, the first full episode of a new series of The 9pm Edict. That involves a trip to Cronulla and other places in the Sutherland Shire for the location recording. And Sunday will see the post-production of that podcast and its publication.
[Photo: The train approaches Wentworth Falls , photographed on Sunday 27 April 2014.]