Sorry about the disappearance this weekend. I’m going to try to finish the promised post after I finish writing up the article for my church newsletter that I’m working on. (No, it won’t interest anyone here. I’m trying to figure out how to write about revising the constitution without putting people to sleep. If I succeed, I’m nominating myself for a Pulitzer. I don’t care if there’s no category for church newsletters. I’ll make them make one.)
Meanwhile, I’m sitting here listening to Ultravox–one of those 80s bands you hear all the time but always think is someone else–and procrastinating. I’ll get back to my newsletter. Maybe if Ultravox helps me make it brooding, it’ll be more interesting.
OK, I gotta go. I just had an idea.
David Farquhar is a computer security professional, entrepreneur, and author. He started his career as a part-time computer technician in 1994, worked his way up to system administrator by 1997, and has specialized in vulnerability management since 2013. He invests in real estate on the side and his hobbies include O gauge trains, baseball cards, and retro computers and video games. A University of Missouri graduate, he holds CISSP and Security+ certifications. He lives in St. Louis with his family.