Want More Random Content and Noise in Your Life?

For those of you who want more random noise and content but just can’t get enough of it on the web, I have decided to take up this “Twitter thing”. 😉

Everyone keeps telling me that I need to do it, so I am trying hard to embrace it.

If you are interested in “following me” you can do so here: http://twitter.com/lbhuston

Two caveats: 1. There is likely to be a random element to the content and frequency of the feed. 2. There is likely to be a mix of personal stuff, marketing, security thought, musings, rants, etc. The twitter-sphere seems to encourage this mixture of transparency and actual deep work thought.

Lastly, I have decided to only follow two people thus far: Guy Kawasaki and Timothy Ferriss – two of my favorite authors. That said, if you don’t see me following you directly or decide to get offended if I don’t follow you – please excuse me ahead of time. So far, keeping up with the twitters from those two, attempting to add my own content and doing the day to day work of leading MSI seems to be consuming all of the cycles I have, so please don’t take it personally if I don’t follow you in return….

OK that’s about it for this post. If the last thing you would want in your life is more Brent Huston, don’t feel bad or anything. Believe me, I understand. 🙂

BTW – If you want to check out books by those two authors, they are both excellent. Their books have helped me build MSI and have even helped me gain some level of illusion of control over my personal life.

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About Brent Huston

I am the CEO of MicroSolved, Inc. and a security evangelist. I have spent the last 20+ years working to make the Internet safer for everyone on a global scale. I believe the Internet has the capability to contribute to the next great leap for mankind, and I want to help make that happen!

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