Daniel S. Rosehill

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Daniel Rosehill is a technology writer and ghostwriter based in Jerusalem. Originally from Cork, Ireland, Daniel has contributed writing about technology and geopolitics to a number of online and print publications including IrishCentral, The Times of Israel, The Jerusalem Post, Geopolitical Monitor, and others. He has a strong interest in Linux and open source technology and regularly blogs about data recovery, backups, and cloud computing. Daniel is a graduate of University College Cork (BCL, Law) and City University London (MA, Journalism).

Launch: The Confused Freelancer's Guide to Technology


I'm pleased to announce that The Confused Freelancer's Guide to Technology (1st Edition) is now available in paperback and e-book format on Amazon.com.

In addition to building a website and installing software on a web server, this book contains a detailed explanation of the advantage of cloud computing (public, private, and hybrid cloud models are explained) and looks at how freelancers can levera Read more of this blog post »
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A fascinating story superbly told. Highly recommended for anybody interested in espionage, tradecraft, and the history of the Cold War.
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I have a hard time understanding how a book that advocates giving away CDs — as in, those old circular things we used to insert into optical drives — could possibly have been published only last year.

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One of the first books I've read, for a while, that I thoroughly disliked.

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“Abraxas, which, the Los Angeles Times revealed in 2006, creates fake identities and dummy companies for undercover CIA employees around the world.”
Eamon Javers, Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World of Corporate Espionage

“The investigator Sam Dash* chronicled the rise of corporate espionage involving bugging and wiretapping during the early twentieth century in his classic book The Eavesdroppers. He found corporate spying in small towns and in the nation’s capital. In Toledo, Ohio, in 1932, for example, investigators came across an extensive wiretap setup in a hotel room next to the headquarters of an agricultural group, the Farmers’ Producers Association. This group had been discussing boosting the price of milk, and the evidence showed that the room had been bugged for days.”
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“DESPITE THE HIGH drama of the Shimon case, the wiretapping itself was standard stuff. Shimon or his associates walked up to basement phone boxes and installed their taps right on the premises. All they needed to know was which cable to tap, and they got that information by calling the phone company and posing as repairmen out in the field. Helpful but clueless receptionists at headquarters always gave them the wiring details they needed.”
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“There, they swiped bags of Mars office trash, switching them with bags of old trash they brought along as replacements.”
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“Although the legal issues surrounding “Dumpster diving” can be murky, and often depend on where garbage is situated and how it is secured, the Beckett Brown men operated on the assumption that everything they did was legal, since people discarding trash for public collection have abandoned the presumption of privacy for material.”
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