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I built my website in 2019, so that I could have a creative outlet. I wrote about whatever I wanted whenever I wanted. To this day, I continue to post whatever I want on my blog.
Over time, I began to spruce up my website. I enjoyed sharing media online in a format that was comfortable for me. I liked that I could stylize, arrange, and display images in different layouts, and convey ideas through the exact outline and structure I wanted.
You can learn more about the history and audience of my blog in What’s Next?: The Story of My Website.
My name is Olivia, and I am an offensive security engineer, open source software contributor, and freedom advocate. Additionally, I am a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, double-majoring in Cybersecurity and Computer Science.
I write about security, open source software, and professional development.