I enjoyed the b-roll you took. Also happy you balanced the message — as we say in the paper, it is easy just to hype the threat.
On-site report from Las Vegas of the “DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge”, a multi-million dollar, U.S. government-sponsored competition where computers try to hack each other. Covered the action and conducted interviews over three days. Here’s the article I wrote about this event.
Abstract: “A presidential report asserts the value of U.S. government investments in the cross-agency Networking and Information Technology Research and Development program and specifies areas needing greater focus.”
An article about legal challenges to the decentralized virtual currency Bitcoin, specifically on how the question of its definition affects its place in law.
A very brief article about whether survey respondents believe that technology companies in the democratic West will increasingly help repressive governments.
A very brief article about a U.S. Government report on whether high-performance computing is cost-effective using cloud-computing techniques.
A news report on the Privacy Identity Innovation conference in Menlo Park, November 2011, which focused largely on how social media are changing the landscape for consumers.
Reporting on a three-day conference about technology policy. This was my biggest case of preparation overkill: 12,000 words of notes went into a 575-word article.