Since my early teens (back in the early 70’s) I’ve been fascinated by the art and science of cryptography and cryptanalysis. It was in David Kahn’s magnum opus “The Codebreakers” that I was first introduced to the Chaocipher. Read the rest of this entry »
After lurking on the blogging sidelines for several years (I’d categorize myself as a careful adopter), I’ve decided to take the plunge and start my own blog. If I had a nickle for every time I said “I’d like to publish this idea/thought/tutorial/rant” I’d have retired a wealthy man years ago.
This blog will hopefully carry my thoughts about topics and domains I come in contact with: computer science, software, music, classical cryptography, politics, religion, and more.
The blog name, Jerusalem Mosaics, is a composite of my home city and my first name (Moshe in Hebrew, Moses in English). It will certainly be a mosaic, i.e., a design consisting of small pieces. This blog is not about one, single subject. Rather, I hope to write about numerous diverse, eclectic, and interesting topics.
I sincerely hope to avoid the first hurdle of any blog: writing on a continuous basis. With this new outlet for my literary masterpieces, I’m resolved to get over this hurdle.
Let the blogging begin!