My favorite security expert is Bruce Schneier, and not just when it comes to computer security. Sure, he understands that better than almost anyone else I can think of, but he also has a deep understanding of the underlying concepts of security, including the psychology behind it. Schneier is an outspoken critic of many of […]
Here’s a short list of three really cool and helpful web tools/technologies that I use on a daily basis that you should take a look at too. OpenID OpenID has been gaining lots of traction lately, and is definitely one technology you’ll want to keep on your radar. At its core, OpenID is an open […]
I’m very happy to announce that after being almost five years in the works, I’m officially graduating from the University of North Dakota with my Masters of Business Administration on Friday, August 3rd. When I first started my MBA classes back in 2002, it had been just over a year since I graduated from UND […]
It’s late now, and we’ve had a busy couple of days, but I wanted to take a few minutes to introduce you to the latest member of the Berberich family: Asa Jay. Asa was born 3:03 pm Sunday afternoon after we narrowly avoided having him in the car as we raced to the hospital from […]
Life has been chaotic so far this summer, and I have a feeling it’ll be staying like that for quite awhile. There are a lot of things going on, such as working my butt off to graduate in August, starting up and growing a business (sorry — I still can’t announce it on the internet. […]
Ah, the Japanese. How can you not love them? We need more of this over here in the States, and less Howie Mandel.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s already been 10 years since I graduated from the Oklee high school back in 1997. My class’s 10-year reunion took place this weekend, but the impending arrival of our second child means that Casey is under doctor’s orders to stay very close to home. So instead, I made a […]