Self-imposed technology limits

I know I'm spending too much time writing and reading.  Having been here before in the past, I know that things like work, life and relationships start suffering in favor of writing and spending time reading articles.  With that said, I've decided to put some restrictions on myself to help alleviate any problems before they're … Continue reading Self-imposed technology limits

Facebook, no more, finally gone

Ever since I deleted my Facebook account, I've found that I look at my phone so much less than I used to.  I was never really into Facebook or social media that much, but I did find that I became a lurker.  Someone who read everyone else's posts but rarely commented or posted anything on … Continue reading Facebook, no more, finally gone

Year of the third party candidate

Conversations with people over the last several months has consistently floated into politics. I like to consider myself having an open mind and as such, form my opinions based on fact rather than other people's opinions. I refuse to pander to the mainstream media's view of "Trump or Clinton" where this is no other choice. My … Continue reading Year of the third party candidate

To be social or not to be social? That is the question.

I get asked a lot about my social media habits being in the Information Security field.  Generally, they revolve around security and privacy and what I do to keep things protected in a world that seemingly gets hacked all the time.  I see social media as more of a bother than something useful, but that … Continue reading To be social or not to be social? That is the question.