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January 7, 2008
Computerworld Australia Interview
I was interviewed by Computerworld Australia.
Posted on January 7, 2008 at 2:36 PM
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"reporters don't have the expertise to separate what's important from what isn't." depends on the reporter.
"Internationally renowned security guru"
You ought to use that on your business cards.
Reconceptualising? Et tu, Bruce?
For what it's worth, Bruce has changed my concepts of security. Not that I have anything to do with it professionally or anything, but I have changed my thinking.
I hope you're not planning to stay in Melb the whole time you're downunder. Any conferences in sunny Sydney?
Wow, that interview is hard to read. The interview is takes up a column about a quarter of the page. The rest of my screen is filled with junk.
Click on the "Print this story" button below Bruce's photo. You'll get a page with only the story, without all the other distractions.
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