I started blogging in 2004. I was interested in MovableType (and later WordPress) more than the actual blogging. Although it did serve as a nice virtual filing cabinet… a storage location for articles I might want to reference later. It was also a great way to procrastinate when I was supposed to be studying for my second Masters. The problem with having actual readers, is I feel pressured to have deep thoughts, form complete sentences, and not post things that already appear 1000 times from other sources (Microsoft patching today, eh?).
Lately, I find myself interested in Podcasting. A new thing to learn. A format where I don’t have to run spell check.
While I prefer text, I scan general scan an article faster than a 15 minute podcast, I get that other people prefer sound. Podcasts can be downloaded automatically to a mp3 player or phone and played back in the car, at the gym and while walking or jogging.
I expect to have the podcasts in the main feed and at a podcast only link http://www.infosecblog.org/feed/podcast/ useful for iTunes and your favorite podcatcher.
This first show was recorded on Sunday. I post it mainly for testing. I’d suggest not playing any drinking games about how many times I say “you know”. You could end up in the hospital.
Forgive my bambi steps as I try something new.