1. I don’t feel like I have much to say.
I do a tremendous amount of writing and blogging on the Snort, ClamAV, and Talos blogs. So, I get exhausted when I think about things I would want to write for this blog.
2. When I do think about what I want to write about, I want to rant against companies and competitors.
But why would I want to give any competitors an intel on what they are doing wrong, or in some cases right?
3. Twitter is 140 characters of BS, and I can’t even think of 140 characters to spew on there half the time.
I know a bunch of people that just post random thoughts and spew for 100s of tweets a night about something, and they have thousands of followers. I just don’t feel like that’s me, or it gets me anywhere.
And now I am tired.
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