I’ve gotten pretty personal in my last few blogs — some would say, overly personal for a business blog. If the purpose is to find new clients, then what’s the point of talking so much about my own processes, insecurities, […]
Of course, “relevance” is subjective, and in the middle of major change, requires adjustment. Coming out of not only a period of burnout, but also an employment shift, I’ve been rethinking my own relevance to the different communities of which I’m a part; hence the quiet period on this blog.
I have another article up at Forensic Focus. This time it’s a Top 10 list (I know, as if there aren’t enough of those on the interwebs) covering the best the digital forensics community has to offer. As I researched […]
Blog posts and Twitter conversations over the last week or so — in particular an emphasis on whether programming is the most effective way to contribute — seemed awfully familiar, but I didn’t realize why until I read Harlan Carvey’s observation, […]