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Movie Idea

March 27, 2010

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Working title: Olympians of Love Tagline: Because sometimes love gets messy! Set in the 2012 Olympics, a perky English beach-volleyball player (Gwyneth Paltrow) falls in love with the whole Japanese bukkake team.  When the Home Secretary (Jim Broadbent) who is secretly in love with her tells her that only one of the team will be […]

Inside the mind of the monkey

March 26, 2010

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For a long time now, people have asked me: “Monkey, wtf is going on in your head, you freak?” These days my response tends to be “That’s a fine way to speak to your husband”, but it’s a valid question. WTF is going on in my head? Well, this week I was playing with some […]

You make me do this: Forensic Readiness

March 22, 2010

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Our artist-in-residence has given us another gem, fresh from his garret on the banks of the Seine. It works as an illustration to my ‘Forensic Readiness Plan’ post, although I don’t know if his came first. Click to embiggen:

Forensic Readiness Planning

March 19, 2010

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Apparently businesses and organisations are now being encouraged to formulate Forensic Readiness Plans (‘FRP’, pronounced ‘Furrrp’) to have in place for when Something Bad happens and they need to get computery stuff forensicked. This is probably a good idea (although not as good as my idea for dividing supermarkets into ‘Things that are pickled’ and […]

Marketing Computer Forensics at the Kids

March 16, 2010

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In an earlier post I suggested some books aimed at getting children into computer forensics. This time I’d like to suggest some ways in which vendors in the computer forensics field can market themselves at the juvenile demographic, to get their pitch in early. I’m not saying they should be selling kit to kids – […]

I posed as a Daily Mail journalist online. What follows will sicken you.

March 13, 2010

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Even after 15 years of trolling on the internet I was shocked by what I encountered when I spent just 15 minutes pretending to be a Daily Mail journalist on a social networking site. Within 90 seconds I was called a ‘bigoted tosser’ by a complete stranger.I was deluged by questions from people from all […]

10 signs that you work in computer forensics

March 12, 2010

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1. You can’t search Google or visit a web site without worrying about how it’d look to someone analysing your machine. 2. You get drunk and Google “normal-looking women with their clothes on” when your wife’s gone to bed. 3. Someone is explaining a scenario to you that’s reaching its end with “and then he […]