I wrote a few columns for Enterprise Linux Magazine, but the magazine only lasted a few months and the website was poorly maintained.
I reproduced the January through March, 2001 columns about the attack against my DNS server and the FBI underwhelming response, because that inspired me to care about security and eventually led to Bullseye Breach and Virus Bomb. The other links are from the Enterprise Linux Magazine archives on the archive.org Wayback Machine website.
- Welcome to My World, August, 2000
- First Things First, Sept. 2000
- Linuxconf is a Double Edged Sword, Oct. 2000
- What’s in a Named?, Nov. 2000
- Gentlemen, Start Your Engines, Dec. 2000
- Monitoring my Name Servers, Jan. 2001
- International Terrorism in Minnesota, Feb. 2001
- Recovery From International Terrorism, March 2001
- Found It! , April 2001
I also wrote a long article about Linux adoption at Seton Hall University, but Enterprise Linux Magazine shut down and never published the article.