10 March, 2011


Left the house at 5:03 got to train station at 5:32

Ok 30 min

03 March, 2011


Cover of Businessweek.

Would you invest in a company that lost $2 trillion last year and has a net worth of negative $44 trillion?

Let's go a step further. If you worked for the company above what would you be doing right now?

02 March, 2011

Late Train

Missed the 5:00 because a meeting ran late. Should get home about 9:15. Will miss saying goodnight to the boys.

That sux.


Just to be contentious (or perhaps state the obvious it has been a while since I participated in the info sec discussion with people other than execs who don't want to spend any money because ["we haven't had an issue in more than a year"])

AV is now useless. Even with draconian settings it catches less than half of the threats in real time. By the time a signature that works gets there most crap has been on the box for over a day.

That said tell me what is wrong. Also what whitelisting products are good and why?

Waiting for the train

Been taking the train for the last two years since I took the job in Boston.

It is about a two and a half hour ride. Tak on the drive to the train station and waiting for the train and the total commute is about three to three and a half hours one way.

I have a love hate relationship with the train at this point. The price is right at $300 per month. When I choose to drive it is about $60 a day not counting wear and tear on the car. That is for gas tolls and parking only. It (the train) is mind numbing though and steals another three hours a day of my life. The drive is usually about 2 hours give or take 30 min. Most of that extra time comes out of my work time so it ends up being more of a job performance issue than a personal time issue. Either way not optimal.

01 March, 2011

Last Post

Ok that guys was clearly a diggit

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IPad post

Ok I have a new iPad and it removes my excuses for not posting during my 2 hour + commute. (by train not by car.

Let's see if I can get this going again.