Questions? Comments? Just want to get in touch with me? There are a variety of ways you can do that!
A vCard contains address book or business card information in a standardized electronic format. My vCard contains my email, office number, and the URL for this website. You can download and import it into your contact manager! To reveal the file, fill in my first name below:
GPG Public Key
My public key is in a local file gpg-key.txt and on the OpenPGP key server at 0x5f0b49c... Use this with Gnu Privacy Guard to encrypt a message to me or to verify my signature on something. For example, my signature of my vCard is
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIzBAABCgAdFiEEV+gJtaii5v0+p9+qXwtJz45e7QgFAmVeAKIACgkQXwtJz45e 7QiJ4g//eyk0CpWjohqCJQNLqpYTzZFrxsSJn7tugpn9rZAvsAXPW6P307ePdfze kJA91858+mQ5WCN0/jA6yiCsyLRdSir7zUncvDMpLZ4I1ZyiBJVVeLdoxkfDSSm6 P+mO4LAZ+HOsSlUvTxYaXExTw9JsFWgEho8D5ThBpUlVU7+bSvWJReAetsrzP+YQ 9ID7IbC/j+77/L+1FW1sJ/zwpBkIluFo4UzwYQ3liIvmQRKNDxoQwU3BNDP6JErd CkRlNqoQ69K88EFw40LiMLUBDDDQTDVMljUybPM7zinXTqZx+VQymsEaEtkB2smY 5EFh99VUfYW5yjWvpTLj8Yz3SxvxtYdiSaFUCpcWgj3EZq3m+W15FjmpdXKTYpRk fNbSiC4FmVKlGXZMeAlZAaPt5Cr6HEfAxltCPytZNt67lkcsC1S9IK+HnUDp6nji pPP9EaBipZhZ2V7GEwa0OxUMXip89SBbmGuMEgWiZPGuRsYCV/vQ1MOqKfQL1O/y GmwGClyxcvzzNTcU5uTwP72TsoKcZjK+9ZpPEtg6FsyZXmpoU7SMfGsM08nDzUAr 1WYiPOvMvuzceKAgpeTBNjJFy5MYT4rhNiDws8JSvkqEwyeYd00+UwtW5CtU/KeV FJhNxWrzCophlm6QWlWOyZNAlVZbb8ie1jzrlL7dmiOo6hvM27s= =mWgq -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
This signature can only be created with my secret key, and can only be validated with my public key and the correct version of my vCard. If you're sure that you have the right public key for me, then that key and this signature ensure the vCard hasn't been tampered with either. If you want to know more, ask google for an introduction to gpg.
QR Code ¶
My custom QR code is shown here.
The encoded url is actually an intermediate url which redirects to a url of my choosing, so that I can update it as necessary.
Send me a secret message ¶
Once I needed someone to send me a password, and I didn't want it sent in plain text over email. So the person called me and told me the password over the phone. BUT—if we ever need to do that again, they can use the form below to e-mail me an RSA-encrypted code which I can then decode!
RSA public key