You may find that entries become a little thin on the ground for a while.
All of a sudden, I'm getting busy elsewhere, with what I hope will be the last of nine CAA theory exams, several conferences and an original piece of research to write on Chinese cyber-espionage.
The latter is a little ironic, given that we will be welcoming the Chairman of Chinamex to Thanet very soon but while at one level, we have seen the Prime Minister building relations between our two countries on his recent trip to Beijing, at another level, there's a vigorous campaign of industrial espionage being waged in cyberspace, which has reportedly involved a number of leading European companies and particularly the engineering giants.
If you remember the Code Red virus from 2001, there was speculation at the time that this attack on web servers, which caused an estimated $2 billion worth of damage, was a dry-run probe for an attack on the entire internet infrastructure, which might possibly have worked with a little tweaking.
So if it's a little quiet around here, you know why! I've a "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door.