A few quick items...
Happy Groundhog Day. Really, it is a great American holiday. A very corny and campy holiday, but great. You should go to Punxsutawney at least once (once is probably enough for most people) to see the spectacle. Several thousand very cold people on a pre-dawn hillside, chanting Phil!, Phil!, Phil! is a sight to behold. And, yeah, Groundhog Day is a great movie, too.
Tonight (Monday Feb. 2) there is a SOURCE Boston Security Night event with Andy Jaquith and Chris Wysopal at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. It should be great, I'm sorry I will miss it.
Tuesday, Feb. 3, the Boston Network Users Group will have a presentation on 201 CMR 17.00 given by David A. Murray, General Counsel and Gerry Young, MIS Director
of the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation.
Thursday morning, the Security Twits ShmooBus hits the road for the pilgrimage to Shmoocon. There will be plenty of documentation, maybe even video- but people usually pay the hush-money I demand to keep the vids off the Internet, so I can't promise anything. As with the first SecTwits Road Trip, this one is sponsored by Astaro Internet Security. (I hear some nice folks work there).