Tag Archives: Security+

The Argument Against Mass Surveillance

In response to the suggestion that if we have nothing to hide, we have nothing to fear, or, to put it another way, if we’re not doing anything wrong, we shouldn’t have a problem with government surveillance, I’d like to … Continue reading

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Journey’s progress–early January

Well before the old year ended I had built up a good roll of momentum on my techknowledgy goals of Security+ certification, a working understanding of Python, and learning how to use Dreamweaver. Among all of the tech available to … Continue reading

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What Does 2013 Hold for You?

I have had a great year. I realize that these past few years have been rough for a lot of people, and I have had a very untypical experience. I was able to transition seamlessly in 2011 from employment to … Continue reading

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