Burner Email Addresses

posted in: Red Herrings, The Day Job | 1

Because having a disposable email means having privacy. I hate spam. I mean, I really hate spam and spammers with a passion. As a system administrator, which is what I really am no matter what fancy title I may currently … Continued

WiFi Analyzer

Now, available for Windows! I’ve actually been using this particular program on an Android tablet for quite a long time. Come to think of it, I started out using it on a rooted Barnes and Noble nook tablet close to … Continued

More Free Alternatives to Photoshop

posted in: Art, Fun, Linux, Photography | 0

I know I’ve mentioned this before, but things change. Okay, some things don’t change and one of those is that Adobe Photoshop is still the leader in graphics editing software, especially for photographers. But, it’s also pretty expensive, which means … Continued

A Game of Flowers

posted in: Art, Fun | 1

This game is a little existential, but not in too challenging a way. I’ll be honest, I’m a bit beaten down this week. There’s been a lot. A lot of problems, a lot of work, a lot of everything. And, … Continued

Money from Equifax

posted in: Red Herrings | 1

Your credit information has likely been stolen. As you’ve probably read in the news, or heard on telly, Equifax, one of the three largest U.S. credit bureaus, was hacked earlier this month, exposing over 143 million American’s personal information. And, … Continued

Ulitmate Free Linux Software Collection

That’s a long title for something only a few of my hardcore readers will be interested in. I used to blog about a lot of hardcore geeky things, professional geeky things and personal geeky things both. But, for a while … Continued

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