It isn’t always apparent, but one of the guiding principles of the internet is, “don’t be a dick,” also known as Wheaton’s Law. (Explained here in a wonderful piece from Wired‘s “Geekmom” blog.)Read More →
Erik is the chief Copywriter with BrickHouse Security. Hailing from the Midwest (Wisconsin), Erik moved to NYC in 2010, securing a job at BrickHouse shortly thereafter. Outside of work he writes about music, does freelance advertising work, and wastes his life on the internet. Aside from no-brainers like cheese and beer, Erik enjoys music, travel, TV, his cat, and Brooklyn.
In the late 19th century, zeppelins were thought of as the flying machines of the future. Though time and a well-publicized explosion may have quelled those ambitious predictions, blimps and drones are once again poised for their moment in the spotlight, this time as the next wave of domestic surveillance platforms employed by the U.S. government.Read More →
We recently had Business Insider’s Kim Bhasin over for a photo tour of our corporate office and retail showroom. Kim grabbed some great shots of our products and spent a little time with our CEO Todd Morris and our marketing, tech and customer support people. Overall, we think he captured a nice slice of our fun, geeky culture.Read More →
This past weekend, the internet shed a collective tear for tech writer Mat Honan as his entire digital identity was eviscerated by hackers for no particular reason (unless you consider the fact that they liked his short Twitter handle, @mat, as a legitimate reason). In the wake of this Epic Hack, nearly every tech blog has offered suggestions on how to secure your online identity; here is a rundown of some of the best advice:Read More →
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and in support of this important cause, BrickHouse Security has teamed up with Army of Angels’ Kross Kountry-4-Kids event, a two-week, round-trip convoy traveling from California to Washington, DC and back.Read More →