Imposter Syndrome is a stress related issue, in which the person having it is unable to internalize their successes. Usually it's seen in highly-successful people, and most often it's seen in women.
Today, while writing up an article for work, I spent a ton of time doing research on existing pieces of malware, and man, I have seen some things.
Sorry folks, nursing a migraine tonight. Going to share a link to a thing I wrote for work instead (this is supposed to be a semi-professionally related blog anyways): WannaCry Kill Switch I promise not to shill too hard.
I'm not used to journaling, and therefore can be a little stunted at times on what I want to cover for a given day. Certainly I get the idea behind journaling, documenting one's thought processes, and in the case of blogging, sharing those thoughts and ideas with the world in a sort of self-aggrandizing (or… Continue reading Journaling
I knew I'd be cutting it close, but technically the truck stop diner doesn't close until 22:00.
One of the issues my friends and I had in Japan was that none of us really spoke Japanese.
Have you ever had a meal that was so amazing, that tasted so incredible that after nearly half a life time, you can still taste it?
Sit back, grab a beer, and find out about the time I nearly bludgeoned a mechanic to death.
The "Gray Man" concept relies on being the most average human being you can. The reason for this is simple, if you look like any other average human you'll be as forgettable as everyone else.
I will say is that bad strategy leads to strong medicine, and I've been exposed to enough strong medicine to have become resourceful.