This site contains news of upcoming speaking engagements, information about my P.R. and high-tech business work, an archive of past writings, and other signs that entropy is winning.
Monday, 9 February 2004
Clearly this site is waaaaaay obsolete. It's currently in the process of being moved to a new server, and I hope to revamp it in the next few months. Stay tuned!
Wednesday, 30 January 2002
Wow... I can't believe it's been seven months since I last
posted an update! And you're not getting one now, just a
link to this nice puff
piece about me in Datamation.
Friday, 20 July 2001
Tuesday, 10 July 2001
On Magazine (formerly Time Digital) ran a long
story about spam, with
lots of quotes and a purty picture of yours truly. (The online version
lacks the photo.)
Monday, 25 June 2001
I was on CNET
this morning, talking with host Alex Bennett about -- you guessed it! --
spam. (Note: He hates it.)
Monday, 18 June 2001
Tuesday, 12 June 2001
Monday, 11 June 2001
I appeared on TechTV
as a talking head representing CAUCE, commenting on the demise of the
Open Relay Behaviour-Modification System (ORBS).
Sunday, 10 June 2001
Friday, 8 June 2001
The Suespammers Project was mentioned (and I was quoted) in an article
on salon.com. By the way, SpamCon went well, and I'm now working on
founding a non-profit organization to further its goals, The SpamCon Foundation.
24 April 2001
Can't believe I forgot to mention: I'm running SpamCon, an exclusive conference in
San Francisco for serious spamfighters. 24-25 May... be there or be cubical.
3 April 2001
25 March 2001
A question: Who are you, and how did you come across my site? I've been
wondering that lately: Standard Apache Web logs give IP addresses and
refering page information, but say nothing about your
motivations. Let me know.
25 March 2001
5 March 2001
For reasons too arcane to describe, I have a new PGP key. If you're a security geek, please
update your records.
26 February 2001
My dad's been published yet again, and I've set aside a separate page for
Currently active projects
As of 21 December 2000
Semi- and inactive projects
- The OpenPPC Project (co-founder): A collaboration to enable interested parties to build inexpensive, PPC-based Linux boxes from license-free reference plans
- Pop Computers (President): A commercial outgrowth of The OpenPPC Project
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