SLOTD: A Personal View On Web2.0 Security (video)

A bit of an experiment for you today - Last night I fired up iMovie and talked into my webcam about Web2.0 and the future challenges of security, and edited the results into a short video. The results are included below, and more context - including links to the referred-to paper from 1997 - is available in the original blog posting.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://blip.tv/scripts/pokkariPlayer.js"> </script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://blip.tv/syndication/write_player?skin=js&posts_id=213747&source=3&autoplay=true&file_type=flv&player_width=&player_height="> </script>

I hope to do one of these videos - filming colleagues, asking questions - about every other week, and perhaps weekly once we get some experience.

- alec

ps: when we were setting up the security community blog, I made a point of saying that it "shouldn't and won't be filled with pictures of cats - the postings will stay on topic"; please note that the cat in the video therefore is an incidental cat, rather than the focus of the commentary. :-)

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ps: yes, the audio does seem to get out of sync a little, on some playback systems. C'est la vie. :-)

Posted by alecm on April 25, 2007 at 01:25 AM PDT #

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