My 4pm flight from Cleveland to O’Hare normally takes 75 minutes. Last night, my 4pm flight got me home some time early this morning. I got into bed around 2am or so. And it still wasn’t the worst flight I’ve been on!
I preface this with I really don’t have time to de-malware everyone’s site who emailed me, so please don’t ask for help right now, I’m not a freelancer for a reason and I’m booked till … Uh, August at this rate. So, no. I’m not going to be able to help you. I am going […]
Okay, truth be told I’m laughing at my own stupidity. Ipstenu.org’s been acting like a brat for a couple weeks, and I couldn’t figure out why. Turns out, I was hacked and infected with the Dark Mail virus. Dark Mail is basically a spammer script they put on your webpage that spams people. I found […]
I was intending on a totally different post, but, well, this came up instead. Recently, WordPress, my preferred blogging software, has been under attack by both hackers and critics. There were actually three attcks that all got lumped into one so I’ll try and break this down. If you’re of the ‘To long! Didn’t Read!’ […]
Two stories tie into one moment of ‘Seriously? He did WHAT!?’ The first is about the things corporate America makes you do. The second is about the things you make corporate America do in return. They end with the answer to ‘Why did the main office get a new microwave?’ So about six months ago […]
Dear crackhead who tried to hack into my network to print something. I work in IT, I’m a rockstar, I’m a code monkey. My printer is a $2000 dollar POS I picked up for $100. It’s not a shitty laser printer, but a nice, happy toner cartridge beheamoth that can print a couple hundred pages […]
As I write this, the light above my neighbor’s cube is flashing. Augh! This entry is about why you might want two ideas on one bulletin board.
Are we getting smarter about the internet or just luckier? It’s not really a case of social Darwinism, since it doesn’t look like software dies. It just fades away.
Or ‘Take my Social Security Number. Please!’