My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I like to use cryptography when messaging (because the only way to convince people that cryptography is used by people with nothing to hide is to use it when you have nothing to hide), so emails from me are nearly-always signed with PGP. If you want to verify my signatures, or send me an encrypted email (and I encourage you to), you can download my PGP key, the fingerprint of which is 9054 90AD 8340 C9B4 F536 66CE 37F6 1D5C 8C80 C35F.
You can also reach my by instant messenger on Jabber (or Google Talk) as, once again, email@example.com.
Again, you are encouraged to IM me securely. I use Off The Record messaging encryption. It’s built into Adium for OS X, and you can download a Pidgin plugin from the aforementioned website. To ensure you’re talking to me, you can double-check against my OTR fingerprints.
This is an archive of groovmother.com, the old blog run by Rod Begbie — A Scottish geek who lives in San Francisco, CA.