Wed, 28 November 2007
Rich and I were joined tonight by a former co-worker and friend of Rich's, Amrit Williams. Amrit is the CTO of BigFix and blogs over at the Observations of a digitally enlightened mind blog. This was less of an interview and more of three security professionals getting together on a Saturday morning to talk about the events going on in our sphere of influence. And as you might expect from us, the podcast went longer than we aim for, but only a little. But most importantly, we had good audio quality for the entire podcast. Or at least Rich wasn't fading in and out. The bad part is we don't think we changed anything, which means we've just been operating at the whims of Skype and the Internet, but we'll be keeping an ear out for problems in the future.
Wed, 14 November 2007
Has it really been two years since I started the podcast? Looking at the date of the first MP3, it really has been. If you want to listen to a blast from the past, stick around for the last 10 minutes of the podcast where Rich and I listen to my first podcast and pick at it Mystery Science Theater style. Or you can save your eardrums and 10 minutes of your life by quiting before then. I hate listening to my old podcasts.
Thanks to Rich, we have a new site dedicated to the podcast, netsecpodcast.com. This is where you'll find the show notes and can subscribe to a podcast only feed. We'll occasionally work on joint projects here, but it's going to be almost entirely podcast related for the most part.
And congratulations to Paul and Larry who've also reached the two year mark for podcasting. This makes us some of the earliest security podcasts out there, if not the earliest.
Wed, 7 November 2007
Two weeks ago there was no podcast because I was in Chicago. Last
week I was at a clients until late and Rich took the opportunity to
interview Glenn Flieshman from TidBITS and Wi-Fi Networking News.
But this week I'm back and despite rumors to the contrary Rich has not
had me offed so he can take over the podcast. Not that such rumors
really existed, but sometimes it's fun to start them.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 83