Friday, January 27, 2006


Given that I have written very little over the last 24 hours, I’m surprised to see so much traffic coming this way, unless it’s because people are wondering why I haven’t written anything and are coming back to have a look, just in case I do.

To be honest, I’m up to my neck in work at the moment, so you’ll have to forgive me if site content here is a little thinner than usual. I’m at the hectic stage of planning this year’s eCrime Congress in March and my role as the programme director has me acting as a kind of ringmaster with a group of people who are hard to find at the best of times. As a result, I have to pull together, the diaries of the head of the Met and National Crime Squad, the FBI’s Cybercrime Unit, the lad who created the £Million home page, the Chief Security officers of the RAF, eBay, Skype and Amazon and about a dozen more of the same, all of which leaves me a little frazzled.

I just had another note from Virgin Atlantic, giving a yellow light for the Virgin GlobalFlyer, round the world trip which will finish at Manston on Tuesday if the weather is favourable. This will be one of the biggest media events ever to descend on us here when it happens, so make sure you get a good seat around the airport to watch.

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