This summer, for DEFCON 18, I gave a talk called “You’re Stealing it Wrong: 30 Years of Inter-Pirate Battles”. The proposal was good enough that less than a few hours after I submitted it, Dark Tangent himself tweeted about it. That was enough pressure to ensure I had lots of backup material, lots of items to discuss. The result is pretty far out there.
Here’s the video from the speech.
I endeavor to thank the contributors to my sabbatical, for it’s their efforts that have allowed me to get all I’ve gotten done this past year, stuff that will pay off literally for years. (I am well aware I owe my contributors their actual awards, and that’s the plan for October.)
As for content, I have a strong opinion that a good talk isn’t a self-contained story, but a series of entertaining threads all gathered up, all of which you can then pull on and learn more about. To that end, there’s a lot to check out. Happy hunting.
I must say, I really, really like this format that DEFCON’s recording entity, The Sound of Knowledge, use for speeches. You get the slides in perfect clarity, the name of what you’re watching, and the gesticulations of the speaker all captured as great as they can be. Yeah, they glitched and lost my video for a little bit, but you got my audio recorded properly.
And what’s up with that hat!
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