I expected to have published the fourth and, hopefully, final installment of the Cell Phones are Radios blog by now. This is where we’ll talk about the convergence of technologies like phones and radios, dirty detectives, and post-military haters. These last weeks, however, I’ve been in the Bay Area tending to my continued survival as a victim of real estate mobbing in northeast Seattle. A critical component of surviving in this unfortunate situation is continuing to work in San Francisco and doing what I have to do to ensure that I have work going forward.
Living in this situation is pretty tough, so some months it’s difficult to write the kind of blog entries that I’d like to write while holding everything together. Nevertheless, with any luck, the final installment of Cell Phones are Radios won’t be long coming, and after that, I’m looking forward to writing about how televisions don’t have to be smart to get hacked. Tonight, however, so people don’t forget this writer, a Seattle woman who is the victim of the human rights crime that is real estate mobbing and all the felony crimes it entails, I’m finishing my day with a short post about a news report on some vulnerabilities that could reach many of us in our own homes.