My week of Monday 29 May to Sunday 4 June 2017 was less annoying than usual. I take this as a positive sign.
- “The 9pm Courting Disaster”, being The 9pm Edict episode 67. This episode is also available on SoundCloud and Spreaker. This was the first episode in two months. I’d youâ€™d like to help make them more frequent, please feel free to contribute.
- Australia’s grand cyber plan swamped by reality: ASPI, ZDNet Australia, 31 May 2017.
- I also finished a piece for ZDNet that’ll appear in the next few days.
- On Monday 29 May, Justin Warren quoted some of my tweets is a piece for Forbes, Fast Failure Of Imagination.
- On Tuesday, I spoke about digital driver’s licenses on ABC Adelaide. I won’t be posting this audio, or the ones I’ve missed uploading in the last couple of months. There’s some higher-priority things to focus on.
The Week Ahead
It’s more or less the same as last week, except that the plan might actually come together. There’s work to do on the SEKRIT editorial project; and writing a thing for ZDNet, plus a bunch of administrivia. Then it’s the long weekend for the Queen’s Birthday, though I haven’t had a chance to even think about that yet.
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: Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, photographed on 9 June 2014 just after some afternoon rain. This image had previously gone through Instagram. While some might complain about the supposed purity of not using filters, I quite like the painterly effect. I’ll rant about the idiocy of the #nofilter hashtag another time.]