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Unlike so many, I’ve had the privilege of being able to continue to work throughout the pandemic with only minor interruptions. I haven’t been spending excessive amounts of time at home, and I’ve still had to squeeze a lot out of my off-time, with the computer business, school, and my volunteer work. That being said, … Continue reading Upgrading my Workstation
Yesterday, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), and Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee) introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, legislation that would require technology companies to help law enforcement agencies to access encrypted data. The Senators’ assertion that “[warrant-proof] encryption adds little to the security of the communications of the ordinary user”1 is … Continue reading My Stance on Strong Encryption
My latest project has been modifying a battery box for the inevitable public safety power shutoffs this summer (and potential related emcomm use). The box features a voltmeter with an integrated USB fast charger, a power switch to prevent inadvertent draining of the battery, and a 12-volt power socket. The battery that I’m using is … Continue reading Go Kit Battery Box
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