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How I Can Steal Your Pics – a.k.a. Some hacking for the non-tech-savvy

A friend of mine shared images with me some time ago from one of their trips. They trusted me enough to share images but not enough to show me a picture of themselves. However, they made a layman’s mistake when … Continue reading

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Getting a Slice of the Internet

It all started with wanting to host my own email server…

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How Hard is it to Think Positively

This past Thursday, my blog received 48 views in one day – 3 away from the most ever – from 17 visitors (2.82 views per visitor). That can be taken as good news or slightly disappointing news. At this point, … Continue reading

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Ripple Credit – Pros, Cons, and Swimming with Sharks

Table of Contents Wacky Intro Background Pros Cons Parting Thought

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Mach > X – The flight industry in the hypersonic range

Introduction Ever since Concordes were abandoned, there hasn’t been much talk in daily society about aircraft traveling high speed. Most of the time, the aviation industry is overshadowed by the computer industry. Really, who can ignore Apple and Microsoft shoving … Continue reading

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Google has always said you’re data

In the comments section on Ars Technica today for the article about the Google user agreement alterations, the #1 comment was something along the lines of “I’m confused.” No one seems to have noticed any negative changes in the policy. … Continue reading

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