Thinking about cipher encryption, brute force attacks, and login security, for the most part. More talking to myself over the Internet than anything, but sometimes that’s how I find my best inspiration.

We all know that web 1.0 was crappy websites with flashing GIFs and bad midi music. Then we graduated to web 2.0, which gave everyone remotely smart enough to operate a computer a social voice on the Internet. But now the term “web 3.0”?

Invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. But what happens when you only have one or the other?

Debian didn’t go as planned, Slackware told me to get bent, and Crunchbang went crunch and bang.