Monthly Archives: September 2014

Multi-pocket Vests, Jackets, Shirts, Pants

SCOTTeVest Stylist clothing with hidden pockets. Travel Clothing for Men and Women: Multi-pocket Vests, Jackets, Shirts, Pants.

Linux Mint

Linux Mint Cinnamon – looks similar to Windows Main Page – Linux Mint.

Apple’s Bent iPhones Have Stiff Competition

CONAN Highlight: Is your new Apple device not quite ramrod-straight? Try a rock-hard Samsung gadget instead. via Apple’s Bent iPhones Have Competition – YouTube.

Why Your iOS 8 Wi-Fi Is Weird and How to Fix It

A platform upgrade always comes with its fair share of bugs, and per Apple Forums, one of the issues popping up with iOS 8 is slow Wi-Fi. But fear not, apparently there’s an easy fix. via Why Your iOS 8 Wi-Fi Is Weird and How to Fix It.

How do I recompile Bash to avoid Shellshock?

Given that Bash 3.2 the version shipped by OSX is vulnerable to the remote execution exploit known as “Shell Shock” CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169 how do I rebuild Bash and secure my system ahead of an official Apple patch? via security – How do I recompile Bash to avoid Shellshock the remote exploit CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169? […]

Home Depot Customer update on payment breach

On Sept. 8, we confirmed that our payment data systems were breached, which could potentially impact customers who used a payment card at our U.S. and Canadian stores in 2014, from April to September. Today, we are able to tell you that the malware used in the recent breach has been eliminated from our U.S. […]

Antique Wireless Association – Bloomfield, NY

The AWA  Vision To preserve and share the history of technology used to communicate and entertain from the first telegram to today’s wireless text messaging. via Antique Wireless Association – Home.

Edison vs. Tesla Full Episode – 10 Things You Dont Know About –

Henry Rollins leaves no bulb unscrewed to find the most incredible facts surrounding the lives and works of these scientific giants via Edison vs. Tesla Full Episode – 10 Things You Dont Know About –

Google Docs: Word Processing in the Cloud

I’m possibly even more excited to announce that my second book is up on Amazon: Google Docs: Word Processing in the Cloud. This Guide is designed to give you an idea of what the word processing portion of Google Docs is capable of, and under what circumstances it makes sense for you to use it. It will help you […]

I Just Bought a Chromebook! Help!

I’m very excited to announce that my very first e-book – I Just Bought a Chromebook! Help! – is now available as an Amazon ebook! If you’ve been thinking about getting a Chromebook, or just wondering what all the hoopla is about, here’s your chance to find out! This is Nick, by the way. If you […]

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