Binary Blogger Blog Getting More Personal2 min read
I call myself the Binary Blogger. But who am I? Most of you that read my blog probably know who I am in the “real world” but still don’t know me. As maturity and wisdom increases in my life and as I look at to why I created this blog in the first place was to connect outward with what I am an expert in, have interest in and who I am.
I went back through my posts and realized that I was only posting things that were bland, generic, blah, and not focused to the Binary Blogger. So that will change. This will become a blog, an online journal, of a tech guru. The IT focused person and the life about this guy. If I want to post a technical post I will fire up my Technorai account and write those over there.
I want readers to come here because of me first and what I write second. You won’t do the first if you don’t know. Maybe you relate to me, maybe you don’t, maybe you don’t care. I don’t, there are plenty of other places you can go.
I will be taking the week off as I am heading up to Lake Winnibigoshish on an annual fishing trip with the family boys. This is our first year going to Winnie, as true Minnesotans call it. The past 6 years our trip has been at Lake Kabetogama. This year we decided to switch it up as it will probably be our last week long trip for a while as it’s getting harder and harder to get all the dads away for a week as the families are getting older and bigger.
Never say never but then again don’t live today as if there will be a tomorrow.
Hopefully I will be posting a photo of my 40″+ Northern Pike or Muskie. The time of the year is right and the weather will hold steady that it may happen.
Full post on the resort, a short review to give them props, plenty of pics and hopefully a story or two.
I am the Binary Blogger, just a guy like you.
End of Line.
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Binary Blogger has spent 20 years in the Information Security space currently providing security solutions and evangelism to clients. From early web application programming, system administration, senior management to enterprise consulting I provide practical security analysis and solutions to help companies and individuals figure out HOW to be secure every day.
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