Recommended reading

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💻 We live in a world of threat. That is, bad stuff can happen to us. Some bad stuff is more likely than others, and some is more harmful than others. Daniel Miessler teaches how to assess threats, so you know whether and how much to protect against them. Read Everyday Threat Modeling

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Certo Super Sport Dolly, Ilford FP4 Plus, Rodinal 1+50, 2020

💻 Were you once able to speak a foreign language, but thanks to disuse think you’ve lost the ability? Robert Wiblin mostly lost his ability to speak Spanish — but got it back, thanks to the Internet. He tells you how he did it. Read How I used the internet to painlessly relearn a foreign language & you could too

💻 How should we manage privacy in our society, now that social media and Internet companies have changed its very nature? Gabriele Tomasetti has a cogent proposal. Read Why Privacy Is the Most Important Concept of Our Time

📷 Gerard Exupery didn’t want to step into that tattoo parlor. But his camera drew him in anyway. Read My Camera Goes Where I’d Rather Not

📷 A good shoe-mounted light meter would make a whole bunch of old meterless cameras much nicer to use. Hamish Gill reviews a new one, from Reveni Labs. Read The Reveni Labs Light Meter Review – (Small) Size is Everything

📷 It is probalby the world’s smallest TLR! Daniel Cuny shows us the GemFlex I. Read GemFlex I Camera

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4 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. Mike Connealy Avatar

    Nice collection of links and good work with the old Dolly.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thank you! More to come from the Dolly.

  2. Khürt Williams Avatar

    I see you’ve discovered the writings of Daniel Meissler.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It might have been through you, actually. While security isn’t my main role it weaves through every role I’ve had over the years and so I’m interested in the topic.

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