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A Cool (and Free!) Way to Scan for Malware

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I am a Code Maker.

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Transitioning Into Tomorrow

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The Internet Of Things

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The Future: 5G Networks

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About 4G Networks

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About Wireless Sensor Networks

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Expertise and The View from Below

(This post was created as an experiment using the WPMU Prefill Post Templates plugin). I answered (well, tried to answer anyway) a question posed in a LinkedIn Social Media group today. The question was basically, “If starting from scratch, what would you need (equipment, software, etc) to grow a big Social Media presence online”? In […]

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What’s Up With Microsoft?

This is a rant, and at least partially inspired by a discussion I had a couple weeks ago. Nearly every day I read some sort of new article about the failure of Windows 8, or how the replacement product, currently called “Blue”, is in the works. Why? Are they just trying to repeat the reboot […]

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Google Glass. Super Cool.

Remember the Terminator movies – how “Arnold” (the Terminator) would look at stuff and get all kinds of dials and gauges and instructions that appeared in his field of vision? But they didn’t block his vision in any way? Wasn’t that cool? Google is announcing “Google Glass”, and implementation of this kind of technology, will […]

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Damn That Global Warming

We got a bunch of snow this winter, unlike the past few years. Of course, what we had was nothing compared to what they got on the Eastern Seaboard. So, I had to kinda wonder about this… A famous climate scientist predicted that the Arctic would be ice-free in five years. Unfortunately for him, that […]

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Marissa Mayer: Saving Yahoo?

Is Marissa Mayer Yahoo’s savior? Back in the day, I was a Yahoo freak. This was back when AOL was spamming our mailboxes with their crappy little disks (I must have collected about 50 of them), and there was no such think as a “homepage” if you weren’t part of AOL’s little “network”. That is, […]

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