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Unsupervised Learning provides Content Curation as a Service (CCaS). I spend 5-20 hours a week consuming books, articles, and podcasts about security, technology, and humans—and I curate the best of what I find into a short 15-30 minute summary.

Unsupervised Learning Daniel Miessler

    • Technology
    • 4.6, 61 Ratings

Unsupervised Learning provides Content Curation as a Service (CCaS). I spend 5-20 hours a week consuming books, articles, and podcasts about security, technology, and humans—and I curate the best of what I find into a short 15-30 minute summary.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

dr.kaos ,

Thoughtful, informative, entertaining

Daniel does a great job of curating information security and related technology news, podcasts and other miscellanea that proves to be relevant, interesting and informative, and does so in a concise and easy-to-digest format. I also pay to subscribe to the newsletter version of his feed, as I can typically consume it faster, but find both to be complimentary and find myself switching between the two mediums based on where I am and what I'm doing. Great info, highly recommended resource.

DJSlam ,

I depend on the newsletter, the podcast is "good"

Unsupervised learning has made my life at work as an Infosec trainer much easier as I am able to easily peruse Daniel's expert thoughts on Infosec/Appsec and Human-Technology news at a glance.

With the newsletter, I am able to read a "headline" of sorts, and click a link if I want more information.

The only negative thing I will say with the podcast is that I am unable to click the link from where I'm sitting (usually) to find out more; I am hoping that Daniel is able to spend some extra time on the podcast format to discuss each story's finer details. I wouldn't even mind that the podcast format would have to be a little longer to accomodate this. Otherwise, it is the same as reading the newsletter. I love the newsletter, but I guess I was hoping for more discussion on the podcast.

Otherwise, Daniel deserves every penny we give him for the weekly version of his newsletter (rather than the free bi-weekly version), and at times I think we aren't paying him enough for it. Keep up the amazing work, Daniel!

avi_0xFF ,

Great source of news and ideas

This podcast is a great source of technology-related news (one of the best out there). But this is not the best part aboput this podcast. The best part is that Daniel is genuinely a nice guy who wants to share his thought-provoking philosophy and world view with the rest of us. Even if you do not always agree with him, you have got to appreciate the subjects and the arguments he is bringing up. It is genuinely refreshing and inspiriong.

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