CCC Camp Talk

posted by eric

Yesterday we had a good talk at CCC Camp 2007 in a bunker!

The camp is open until Sunday so if you feel like going to one of the coolest computer geek events in Europe there’s still time!

August 9th, 2007
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Reboot 9 Talk

posted by eric

We really enjoyed talking at Reboot! Here are the slides, please do leave a comment if you have any thoughts.

May 31st, 2007
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Open Call for Book Peer Review

posted by alex

So, the book is just about done and, of course, it would be great to get some opinions and proof reading help from as many people as possible (“given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow…”). The book is academic in nature so it would be great to have a few native English speaking academics give it a read.

If you are interested, please let us know and we’ll send you the manuscript (contact [at] trustmojo.com).

On a side note, we’re just on our way to Reboot9 for a trust-presentation (17:20 in the “small hall”), if you’ll be there come over and say hi!

May 30th, 2007
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Hej! 2007

posted by alex

Big up to Sriram and the gang for working hard on making Hej! 2007 the (probably) most interesting conference in Sweden this year. Henrik, Andreas and Björn will speak and so will we. Looking forward to it! Hope to see you there.

[UPDATE] There’s now a full 18 minute video of our talk. And there’s a 24 minute podcast interview with us on What’s Next [In Swedish]. There’s also a pre-conference interview with us in Metro Teknik [In Swedish].

April 8th, 2007
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Architectures For Trust Talk

posted by eric

We’re back from Pixelache and a good talk on trust and architectures for participation. We want to thank the organizers and the participants for all the interesting discussions and the valuable feedback we got during the festival. We’ve already got lots of good ideas for how to develop the talk further. In two weeks we will be opening the Hej! Conference in Stockholm with an updated talk.
Below you will find the Pixelache slides.

April 5th, 2007
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