Help with blog post about encrypting email

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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I've just written a blog post detailing how to set up and use email
encryption with Thunderbird and Enigmail, on either Windows or Linux,
and I'm looking for some feedback. I would appreciate anyone who
wouldn't mind reading over the post and sharing your feedback. If you
are familiar with these things, I would appreciate your checking for
the accuracy of the post, etc. If you are not, I would appreciate any
feedback on how clear the explanation and instructions are. Are
concepts explained clearly? Are the instructions easy to follow? In
either case, are there things you think I should change? I am planning
to follow up with a part 2 to explain key signing and trust, etc.
Thanks in advance for any feedback.

How to encrypt your email, so the NSA can't read it.

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=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ You might want to mention https://keybase.io which is still in limited beta, but could be the answer to the trouble of getting someone's public key.

=============================================================== From: "Robert A. Kelly III" ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 Interesting. I'll definitely look into this. It looks like something that could be quite useful and make things easier, but it looks like it builds on an understanding of key signatures and trust rather than hiding details and simplifying the concepts for a new user. I think I'm more likely to mention this in a separate follow-up post. If I'm understanding this, it provides a way to tie various accounts on services like Twitter and Github together with your OpenPGP key, which certainly could be useful. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJTA6OjAAoJEFJIfKV7IxD6g6QP/2T+EhTWfCl4fTZnKXluOaeT 9IDFDVIs79RREYmTAQvJ2e5OkZClTyQgOKXH5d84rCJx0vpSbLER5Ey0E/Pxdiyo DXv2yqhc91Zs5pXkAF1RnnJQSPD6OdD14R02RrVO5dKOPg1cuqbGDWq8YTcJKL14 e3tE2Gvmg/skfDczTUoPh4jzgt/twjrez0WmlcdgUZQ790e6Hd0YvK8Qtb6Qgbbw BnYJniXJfm+Emg9xT4my6SHMcfBySMG05k3wZRpZAdHikaliIMRKBdmqGcN2WkQz KVmGAIducg4aD2Qi0NBE1OQR9vDvJg5IK0VMlIcIwwFADLZ95FjenQaD5IgmN51o rWx+cNbrevrDmUKeMKw3UTQwB2yWMc3A6+PzCG7YIvBmsqCk//2Cz/Ba/86e5CGU slg8Rzp6pGf8B36hiOjrh8HQWI9vxBO0gaz0E3oTdR4R9Tq0Idvcr59mCYP26fUt eFOnFTjdudvSwsUG+DhK7rqF8pJ95CAUrdM+qpb/H6e4d+n9nCZzijbgCRa1vntn GJJu1xXBo5GhOrLvVukfi4583ZE/IrkLPgUbvI+JpMtognOZ2gAueC+j2lFIcfab gJS3g+2kE3FowNCr9F3X8vHto8L1LLVe7QfVLR2WHrAS1wvVV7y9dCKBTGla/nhq hPaqC0MV36OkOdzQGlCC =bUOr -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----