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Why are you living your life?

Why are any of us living our lives? As for me… Well, I was born, so I gotta live, right? Life is exciting. Lots of things to learn, to see, smell, hear, touch, lots of places to go, people to meet, philosophies to study, books to read, Avenger movies to go to, Facebook and Twitter feeds […]

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If you were to purchase a brand new car today (in 2018) and money were no object, what optional or standard features would be important or useful to you?

I’d go with an all electric vehicle that could go over 300 miles with a charge, charge quickly, has Bluetooth to connect to my phone when I’m driving, an airbag that won’t kill me if I crash, tinted windows, heated seats and steering wheel, power seats, separate temperature control for driver and passengers, and finally, […]

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Browse Anonymously on Linux with Tor

by Nathan Willis NOTE: This article was oriinally posted on Linux.Com in 2011 and is still relevant today. Seems like every couple of months, a major security breach story hits the news — and I don’t mean thieves cracking into Sony’s account servers; I mean the police breaking down some dissident’s door in a political trouble-spot, or even […]

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How do I download Kali Linux?

#Linux #Linuxmint #Fedora #DistroWatch #KaliLinux #Manjaro A very good web site you should know about if you’re interested in Linux is Distro Watch, which you should visit regularly. In fact, if you go to Distro Watch then you can see for yourself where to download all kinds of Linux versions (distros). If you have to ask […]

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50.5 miles per gallon

Here I sit at the car dealership while my Toyota Prius gets it’s yearly inspection. The car is averaging 50.5 mpg in town. For long trips accross country it gets 45 mpg. My previous car got 23 mpg. Overall I’m happy with the vehicle. Maybe it’s not built to haul 2x4s and other lumber, but […]

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The Free & Open Source Image Editor

The header logo I use on this site was created by me with the help of a program called GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) which is free to download and use. The creators call it “a free and open source image editor.” It’s all I use. The GIMP was originally designed for Linux but nowadays […]

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