Comments: Whither Review Corner?

Congratulations! I read both the overview and the whitepaper -- there's a lot of specialized knowledge that goes over my head, I admit, but I think I understand where you're headed with the issue of data protection. The second half of the whitepaper especially piqued my interest. Please keep us posted, to the degree that you can -

Posted by Keith Arnold at August 31, 2015 12:42 PM

Thanks, I have to admit I am quite excited. If, when complete, it is not accessible to someone of half your intelligence, Brother Keith, I will have failed miserably.

I think I contribute just by being a fan of the genre of pop science books. My first contribution was insisting that every chapter open with a quote -- and I produced 20 pages of quotes that I had highlighted for previous Review Corners.

Posted by jk at August 31, 2015 1:04 PM

Sounds like a real page turner!

Posted by johngalt at August 31, 2015 1:30 PM

We're grading on a curve against The Amazon AWS S3 API and The CAN bus protocol tutorial; I ain't scared.

Actually, the target is to start with the Matt Ridley/Rational Optimist position of the importance of technology and knowledge and postulate ways to preserve that through catastrophic events. With a gifted author, that could work -- and my co-author isn't bad.

Posted by jk at August 31, 2015 1:47 PM

Good synopsis of attack profiles and threats. Of course, the real answer is backups that are offline (in my case, the Passport sitting on a shelf behind me - some day, in a SD box). This will be more challenging if I ever get my startup going... and another argument for workstation-based (*gasp* dare I say Outlook???) eMail

This is going to be an e-Book?

Posted by nanobrewer at September 1, 2015 3:06 PM
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