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Lived in Australia, Bosnia, the UK, South Africa and the USA. Currently based in Wollongong, Australia.
University of Wollongong drop-out, experience at CEO and CTO. Blogging since '99. Writer at Techcrunch from 2007. Named in Australia's The Bulletin magazine in 2007 as one of Australia's 'Smart 100', 'Smart 10 under 30' and top 10 technology entrepreneurs.
In the late 90s I worked in the security field publishing over 20 advisories around web application security, IIS, Windows NT, Linux etc. Today I am an advocate for user privacy and online rights.
The software for this blog is called Buckley. It is Python on GAE, and is open source and available on Github: http://github.com/nikcub/nikcub-blog. I have released the code under a BSD license - feel free to fork it and use it.
I am usually available as a consultant.
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