Book website

Posted on September 28, 2009. Filed under: All, Education, forensic, life | Tags: , , , , , , |

Today has been pretty busy really. Started with a meeting with GT to discuss some project for the future, but most of the day has been taken up with preparing slides for the Investigator magazine’s mobile phone conference tomorrow. My topic is “emerging future challenges” – something that has really encouraged me to think about the directions technology is taking and how it will make life more interesting for investigators.

While thinking about that, I’ve also started work on the website to accompany the book. Going completely against everything I’ve ever taught anyone about website production, I’m cheating – I’m doing it in iWeb just to get the material online in time for the new academic year. Sometime (probably in about 20 years knowing my scheduling), I’ll go back and fix it. Meanwhile – the book site is at http://www.digital-forensics.org.uk/

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