Weekly update 38 (Trondheim edition)

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It’s week 2 of my 6-week European summer tour and I’m in Trondheim Norway which frankly, is a pretty awesome place:

Being busy with workshops and talks means I’m always going somewhere or doing something so time is a bit limited, but I still managed to get out my Security Sense column this week. I also give some updates on some observations from yesterday’s workshop whilst recording from a very nice little spot next to the river, complete with a bunch of guys cruising down it on inflatable kid’s boats drinking beers. And this is why I like recording outdoors – ad hoc stuff that’s just kinda cool πŸ™‚

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  1. Here’s where I’ll be over the coming weeks (heaps of events in Europe plus upcoming things in the US and back home)
  2. How Apple’s WWDC keynote made me think about the sucky web (here we have a company building awesome innovative things and they’re having to invest cycles into blocking crap website behaviours)
  3. Here’s some rubbish behaviour from CNet on a story about wifi rubbish bins (auto-play ad over another ad tracking your browsing habits)
  4. Help Net Security is sponsoring me this week (they create some great infosec pieces that are well worth a read)

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