Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Well, it turns out that I can read. I know, who would have thunk? I did a review of "Atlas Shrugged" with Dann Washko from TLLTS (look it up if you don't know). Stranger still is that Dann can read too!

So we were talking it over and decided to do a book review which wasn't really the content for either of our podcasts, so we recorded it and set it up to HPR and it got dropped!!!

If you are interested in hearing what Dann and I had to say then please go listen to the podcast and offer feedback for Dann and I who are actually talking about reviewing other books that we have both read.


Saturday, December 4, 2010

Tin Foil Hat Show - Episode 005

Episode 5. Not my best work, but still appliciable. I'm just doing my best to keep my eye on the prize for the bi-weekly release date.

I have had no response to the call for feedback on the introduction of the "podcast review" segment of the show, so I'll start producing that with episode 6.

The new episode should be in your favorite podcatcher for download by the time you read this. If you haven't added me to your podcatcher software, please add the RSS feed on the right.

The podcast is also available to play directly online at the Fuzion Podcast Network.

For the instructions to get the show notes please see the instructions as posted in the post for the first episode. These instructions haven't changed.

Feedback as always is welcome, tinfoilhatshow@gmail.com or you can contact me by any of the other methods listed here on this blog. Please remember that the show is very new and still settling in, but constructive criticisms are always appreciated.

Enjoy and please do send me feedback and corrections, it can only make the show better. A permanent link to the show's rss feed is listed on the right side of the blog.


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Let's start talking about keys

I have received quite a few requests after the last Tin Foil Hat Show asking for gpg keys to be shared so that webs of trust could be built. While I won't be able to organize a key sharing party like the one described in "Little Brother" by Cory Doctorow, I do believe in the security and trust levels that are supported by GPG keys.

I'd like to offer my key for the Tin Foil Hat Show as the contact point for key sharing. I would be happy to sign, read or verify anyone's key if you wish to share it. My key is "0x5110932D" and you should be able to import tinfoilhatshow@gmail.com from hkp://pgp.mit.edu:11371 or hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:11371 as I have uploaded them there.

If you have created a key based on Tin Foil Hat Show, make sure you export them to a keyserver so that it can be validated as a real key. I look forward to anyone who would like to test their keys or signatures out writing to tinfoilhatshow@gmail.com.