Here I am including links to some of my writing, interviews, videos, as well as IT certs and other blogs, Youtube channels, and other content I find interesting. I miss the days when people would include links to other peoples content. Hoping to bring back some of that community spirit from the internet of yesteryear. I must state that links to other people’s content does not act as a wholesale endorsement, and that their views or actions may or may not coincide with that of my own. I plan to update this page regularly to add, subtract, and reorganize according to my nonsensical whims.
- Poetry Closet with Igor Brezhnev for Nailed Magazine
- Willamette Week Voices 2013: Johnny No Bueno with Erin Fenner
- The artist formerly know as Johnny No Bueno with Claire Valentin
- “Hare Krishna” - Portland Poetry Slam - Beni Greenseth
- “Her Name is Dissent” - Eugene Poetry Slam
- Mystery Box - 2013 TRIGGER WARNING this storytelling deals with queer, teenage sex work, and addiction themes
Other People’s Links
- It’s FOSS
- The Geek Stuff - not strictly Linux, but in the same geekdom
- Gaming on Linux
- Jake@Linux - Great content for anyone looking for something other than Ubuntu, or anything outside the norm, while perfecting the core workflow of your machine.
- Chris Titus Tech - Chris was my guide to using Linux full-time. Very beginner friendly and not fanatical like me or most of those I watch.
- Kris Occhipinti - Kris gets into the nitty gritty of a lot of the behind the scenes processes on Linux. A wealth of pertinent knowledge.
- Fireship - It’s funny because I don’t know the first thing about development, and Fireship is almost solely about development and coding languages. But the content is great, and I learn something with every video.
- Computerphile - If you ever felt the need for people to talk about computers on a level that seems esoteric and makes you feel irredeemably stupid, look no further. Computers as philosophy and religion. One of my favorites.
- freeCodeCamp - I started using freeCodeCamp in the beginning of my journey into IT, and I stand behind their platform and their vision 100%. I can’t gush enough about these guys and their content.
- NetworkChuck - I was initially turned off by this guy’s Leave-It-To-Beaver kind of cheerleader approach, and a lot of his stuff seems really click-baity, but he is still a great resource that really shouldn’t be ignored.
- SimplyCyber - I mostly catch Gerald’s Daily Cyber Threat Brief, but he offers a conglomerate of worth while content, especially those looking to get into cybersecurity.
- John Hammond - The man, the myth, the legend. Seriously, probably the most well known cybersecurity content creator and for good reason.
- David Bombal - It seems unfair to pigeonhole David as strictly infosec, because he is actually a network guy professionally, but most his content as of late seems to gravitate towards that, and it is why I watch him.
- Day Cyberwox - Day has become quite the tour de force in the cybersecurity content creator realm. His blueprint for a homelab is shared all over the place, and he has documented every step in his journey.
- Beau of the Fifth Column - Travis' videos are normally political and social commentary by nature, but he seems more than that. He’s like the uncle you never knew that you really wanted/needed.
- Daily Dose of Internet - I am not sure if I know anybody not familiar with this guy, but his content is a great reprieve from the rest of the internet.
- Tamara’s Blue Chicken - I fell in love with Tamara’s ring neck parrot Kiwi, as I am sure everybody else will to.
- K’eyush the Stunt Dog - I discovered K’eyush (known affectionately as Key) when I was working overnights at a homeless shelter. Key’s videos brought me much joy, and much needed relief from the constant suffering I was privy to.
- Matteo Lane - He is just so adorable and so funny. I just can’t get enough of him.
- Sheena Melwani - I fell in love with watching Sheena’s husband(?) Trid mess with her and his dad jokes. Super funny.