Wed, 25 July 2007
No need to listen to me ramble tonight, since I have an interview for you. Okay, maybe I ramble a little, but I let Tod Feinman CEO of Identity Finder do most of the talking. I'm posting a shortened version of the interview to Podtech if you just want the good stuff. I'm looking forward to Black Hat and DefCon next week, especially since this is a great chance to meet people I've only talked to online. I'll have the NSP feedback phone with me at both events, so if you're there, look me up.
Let me know what you think of the new mic. I'm still working out some of the kinks, like figuring out the correct compression. The Heil PR-40 is a dynamic mic, while my old mic, an AT2020, is a condenser mic which is much more sensitive to background noises. Let me know what you think, and if you really want to talk shop about mic's, compression and limiters, contact me offline.
Tonight's Music: Evil Place by Stingray
Network Security Podcast, Episode 70
Wed, 18 July 2007
I'm still getting back into the swing of doing the podcast, but I can feel the mental muscles I use to talk for 30 minutes at a time loosening up a little. Tonight's a little heavy on the Apple front, but given the amount of press some people have been giving the iPhone recently, I figure one podcast containing a iPhone story isn't all that bad. Part of me still wants an iPhone whether it has vulnerabilities or not. Of course, I just realized that I still haven't seen an iPhone in person, so maybe I've just fallen for the Apple marketing.
Wed, 11 July 2007
Tonight's podcast is all about me and why I am no longer the Cobia Product Evangelist. I promise, this is the only podcast I'll be doing on this subject, and I'll be back to my normal podcast format again next week. But the important part of the message is, I'm back and I don't plan on letting anything interfere with the regularly scheduled podcast from now on. Not sure if that's how life is really going to go, but that's my plan, for what it's worth.
Tonight's music: One Room Castle by Bari Koral
Network Security Podcast, Episode 68