I’m a graduate student in computer security, so I read lots and lots of papers. After I read the papers, they go into a big heap on my desk, and after a week or so I don’t remember which paper was which, anymore. This will not do.
As a memory aid and an exercise in critical reading, I am writing brief reviews of each paper as I read them, and rereading papers from the heap until there is no more heap. I post reviews here three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). You can expect lots of material from the Free Haven Anonymity Bibliography, but I’ve never been able to stick to just one subfield, and I don’t plan to start now. Sometimes I may even wander outside of security altogether.
(I could spin up my own instance of the software, but that would not have been easy, and there isn’t any cross-installation aggregation yet, so it would somewhat defeat the purpose of hypothes.is.)