Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Help a blogger out, will ya?

One of the things about being a blogger is that you sometimes suffer from the dreaded "writer's block." Not so much from the standpoint that you can't write, but from the standpoint of not having a topic worthy of writing about.

That is when I get tempted to write technical articles for this blog. However, when I started this, I made a commitment to bringing this technical subject to attorneys and the public in plain language.

So, if you have something you would like to see on this blog, send me an email. If you see an interesting article somewhere you think would benefit my readers, send it along and I will see about posting it.

The only rules are: I don't write about anti-forensics and I don't give away my trade secrets.

5 comments:

  1. I would like to know what you opinion is about the important of technical certifications for expert witnesses and investigators.

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  2. I'd be interested in your opinion on technical certification for expert witnesses and investigators. Do they help?

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  3. I'd like to know how one can become a court appointed expert.

    I have considerable experience and a permanent position in a large corporate response team.

    I can address the question of 'conflict of interest' from a Corporate point of view - how can the courts be approached to offer expertise?

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  4. I'm guessing you started this blog to get something off your chest. Have you really said everything you wanted to say when you started this blog?

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  5. I would be interested in the standard defences in relation to Child Pornography cases, also (I am quite new to reading your blog but...)

    Did you ever make any comments with regards to the Linux tool speeds up computer forensics for cops?

    http://news.cnet.com/Linux-tool-speeds-up-computer-forensics-for-cops/2100-7344_3-6233311.html

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