Al Berg's Paranoid Prose
A couple of years back, before the H1N1 swine flu was all the rage, all of us disaster obsessed types were focused on H5N1 bird…
Last week, an experiment conducted by Duke University and the European RIPE Network Control Center got a little bit out of hand, interrupting Internet traffic…
It turns out that helium is important for more than party balloons and making our voices high and squeaky… and that we may run out…
A while back, I did a post about the global undersea communications network which forms the underpinning of the global Internet. Here’s a great way…
The subtitle of this blog promises reading to keep you up at night… so, here goes… aside from creating hot weather and giving us skin…
This is the personal blog of Al Berg. By day, I am the Chief Security Officer of Liquidnet, making it safe for the world’s investors to connect.
When I am not securing something or other, I am a sometimes EMT with the Weehawken Volunteer First Aid Squad and maintain the Weehawken Time Machine, which is a website full of Weehawken history.
Everything I post to this blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and other public fora are my opinion and do not represent the position of my employer or anyone else. If something here annoys you, it it strictly my fault.
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