Month: March 2009

  • Concert Review: Citizen Cope

    [This was originally published on attrition.org.] Tonight I saw Citizen Cope for their first of two shows at the Ogden Theatre here in Denver. I’ve become a fan of theirs over the last two or so years. Something about the songs appeal to me on several levels, leading me to believe that the singer (Clarence Greenwood) is passionate about […]

  • Concert Review: Citizen Cope

    Tonight I saw Citizen Cope for his first of two shows at the Ogden Theatre here in Denver. I’ve become a fan of theirs over the last two or so years. Something about the songs appeal to me on several levels, leading me to believe that the singer (Clarence Greenwood) was passionate about his music. […]

  • And You Will Know me by the Trail of Bits… (no more free bugs)

    No More Free Bugs This sums up the direction I have been heading in for some time now with regards to vulnerability disclosure. After ten years of handling vulnerability disclosure for various companies and OSVDB, I am fed up with the process. It always involves an incredible amount of time and effort hand-holding the vendor, explaining […]

  • Is that the best you can do?

    Invariably, when I mention my Guinea Pigs to people, one of the most common and consistent reactions is to tell me that people eat them in South America. ZOMG REALLY? THANKS INFO. Oh wait, that isn’t the response they wanted. ZOMG REALLY?! POOR PIGS IM SO SHOCKED AND DISGUSTED! There, does that work for you? […]