Images from "Tectonic Speed of Government"
- with Attributions and AI Prompts
Most images are from Bing Image Creator, so the AI Prompts precede them. Prompts are in italics.
Images from the web are attributed as closely as possible.
All of these were in my presentation, but the last one will only be used if we run out of questions and answers. Hoping that we have a good discussion after the picture are my three IT security tips.
"tectonic plates of the earth grinding slowly landscape forming mountains"
"earthquake tectonic plates crack"
St. Augustine Website from 1996 -- the "historic" part is even more true now!
From the Internet Archive - https://web.archive.org/web/19961112232502/http://www.oldcity.com/
As of September 2023, Urbana City Website: https://urbanaillinois.us
(soon to be https://urbanail.gov)
"oil painting about woman working from home during the pandemic feeling isolated"
"Artificial Intelligence as an earthquake for websites"
"technology underlies City government services cartoon"
The Iron Triangle - https://goodipidea.com/2016/12/04/the-iron-triangle
"wide shot strongest man contest pulling a train forward down the tracks old-time B&W"
2010 Olympics Curling
AI really had trouble with "Curling Brooms" so I fell back on a Creative Commons picture
"person wading through deep water, pointillism"
"first person walking out onto a bridge they just built over a chasm"
"waxing and polishing a car, photography"
"earthquake tectonic plates crack in style of van Gogh"
"three things for cyber security in style of Picasso"
1) Use a password manager and let it generate complex and different passwords for all of your sites. Change ALL of your passwords when you do this.
2) Protect your data (encryption, passwords, etc.) and ORGANIZE your data! For more on this:
- Personal data edition: https://blog.tectonicspeed.com/2017/09/personal-archiving-get-your-shit.html
- Work data edition: https://blog.tectonicspeed.com/2020/08/get-your-shit-together-work-edition.html
3) Keep work and home email separate. Use multiple email accounts for home: one for the Internet (purchases, subscriptions) and one for friends and family. For more on email accounts and similar advice: https://blog.tectonicspeed.com/2019/03/advice-from-your-it-director.html