Andre Gironda writes “Implications of The New School:” Additionally, the authors immediately begin the book with how they are going to write it — how they don’t reference anything in great detail, but that the endnotes should suffice. This also put me off a bit… that is — until I got to the endnotes! Certainly…Read More First in-depth review
Our editor says that the Safari e-book edition of The New School is now available. Hardcopies should be out in a week or so. Jon Pincus gives us a mention in his long article “Indeed! The Economist on “computer science as a social science”” and comments that we “explicitly include discussions of diversity in the…Read More More New School feedback
A big thank you to those of you who picked up the New school in your blogs and mailing lists. Ryan Hurst says: This is a concept I know I beleive in, one I have discussed numerous times with folks over beer; with that being said I can’t wait to get my copy to see…Read More Reactions to "The New School:" Thank you!
A few days ago, we turned in the very last edits to The New School of Information Security to Addison-Wesley. My co-author, Andrew Stewart, and I are both really excited. The New School is a systemic look at dysfunction within information security, and a look at some of the ways people are looking to make…Read More The New School of Information Security