Month: March 2016

Research from Crash Alive – USB Hacking

Research from Crash Alive – USB Hacking

Note – Potential Spoilers Below: This is a blog post diving into parts of the research for my new thriller, Crash Alive. I’ve done my best to avoid spoilers, but if you haven’t read the book and want to go in fresh, you might want […]

Research for Crash Alive – the Morgan Library

Research for Crash Alive – the Morgan Library

Note – Potential Spoilers Below: This is a blog post diving into parts of the research for my new thriller, Crash Alive. I’ve done my best to avoid spoilers, but if you haven’t read the book and want to go in fresh, you might want […]

Research for Crash Alive – Cicada 3301

Research for Crash Alive – Cicada 3301

  I love doing research and every once in awhile, I’ll stumble on something that is too good to pass on. This post dives into one of those “no way this is actually true” examples of how real-life can sometimes prove to be stranger than […]

Research for Crash Alive – Steganography

Research for Crash Alive – Steganography

Steganography is the process of hiding a message or other information within another message. Think of invisible ink — something that allows a message to be hidden in plain sight. But modern technology allows for lots of other cool ways for information to stay unseen […]