Monthly Archives: May 2006

Wow – Michelle is kicking some booty

I’ve been following Michelle‘s progress each day in the race across the Gobi Desert in China. She’s doing awesome! A quick interview of her was just posted. Here’s a link to the video.

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Crazy Running

So I’ve run 2 marathons and climbed some high mountains and I figured I was pretty nutso. Apparently, I’m pretty tame compared to my climbing partner Michelle.  She entered her SECOND 4 Deserts Ultra Marathon recently. In the past she

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SuperOyster – an overnight explosion

Most of my technical career has been spent inside the womb that is Microsoft, so I’ve never been privy to underground exposure for a product campaign.  Well, I quietly let it be known that SuperOyster had opened up its Alpha

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Malware – first compile failed

Ellen tried to compile the code to our malware this morning, and it failed to build. We’ll get a few more chances over the next 2 weeks to build the code, so hopefully it will compile one of these mornings.

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Guerrila Masquerade photos

Some really good pix from this past weekend’s event. This photographer is really good! http://www.flickr.com/photos/davematthews/sets/72057594141576756/  

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Malware — weird side effects

It’s been another 4 more days of tweaking the compiler for our malware project. It got so bad on Sunday that Ellen broke down in tears for hours…that’s pretty rough. That’s seems to be roughest day so far, but in

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Malware – our little friend

Last weekend Ellen and I worked with a hax0r to help us create some malware. I had to get up at the crack of dawn on Sunday to create the plug-ins for our malware, and by 9:30 that morning we

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