In the spirit of @sehurlburt on Twitter: I'm always open to helping with questions about systems engineering, network engineering, DNS, SRE, working at Google, working in the infosec business, starting a business without VC, or anything else you can think of!
I'm Tim. I'm a geek. I love systems, networks, and software. I started DynDNS.org (now dyn.com, an Oracle company, of which I have no part). I now work at Google. All opinions are my own.
Bitcoin is fun to play with. Tor is becoming more and more important with each passing day. Crypto isn't just for nerds anymore.
The world's political situation is scary. Does anyone have any rocks I can hide under?
I want the ultimate #TheGiftofSox : the return of @email@example.com ! Can you make that happen @firstname.lastname@example.org? :)
Interesting article from an SF Muni bus driver about what it's like from their side of the divider: https://www.citylab.com/transportation/2018/11/how-to-be-bus-driver-san-francisco-muni-transit-safety/577042/
I'm currently on my way to Seattle for a week. Mostly working the weekdays, and have some weekend plans this weekend. Any recommendations for must-sees?
Top of my pre-planned list is the Museum of Flight and their Apollo exhibit (http://www.museumofflight.org/Exhibits/Apollo)
Apparently my aluminum tube is named "THE ULTAMINT EXPERIENCE" #JetBlue
The museum that embraces failure
From the DeLorean to an electrocuting face mask, Sweden’s Museum of Failure champions innovation by celebrating the biggest product flops of all time.
It says seeing well-knowns fail makes us feel better about our own failures.
Geek of systems, networks, and software. Lover of privacy, crypto, and free speech. Occasional Lyft driver. All opinions are my own.
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