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Almost gave up

It wasn’t as smooth as I would have liked switching this site from WordPress.com to Godaddy.com (where I’ve had a hosting plan for years). But I have succeeded in doing just that and I shall have to document the steps for others to follow!

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Yahoo is dead

Sad, really. Yahoo is dead. I met my wife in a Yahoo chat room. Yahoo chat rooms no longer exist. It used to be a huge company. Advertised on TV. “Yahoooooo!” Big deal on the stock market. No more. No more chat rooms either. It’s a gonner. Email only, and then if you’re foolish enough […]

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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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What nobody is telling you about the cyberattack

By Wayne Boyd May 14, 2017: There are many aspects to this ransomware attack that have yet to be mentioned. All of the systems attacked, it seems, are running older, unpatched, sometimes even illegally cloned versions of Microsoft Windows. The cyber attackers are using ransomware that exploits these older versions of Windows. Essentially they tell […]

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Which historical event had the biggest impact on humanity?

There have been many landmarks in the evolution of history. Here’s my list of important historical events that had the biggest impact on humanity according to me. Although numbered below, they are in no particular order of importance. The big bang. The creation of the Earth. The creation of the moon. The evolution of life. […]

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The History of the Internet

I plagiarized everything below this paragraph from somewhere, I just don’t know where I got it from. I found it saved on my Google Drive from a long time ago. It’s interesting, so I post it here for your perusal. The history of the Internet begins with the development of electronic computers in the 1950s. […]

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Vivaldi – Hey I'm into it!

http://www.pictures.se/bilder/yo5AK.png This is not the “Official” Vivaldi icon. I designed this one myself and it works better for my desktop. Feel free to use it for yourself. I hereby donate it to public domain. Vivaldi is a web browser. It works for Windows, OS X and Linux. For the Linux people they have a download […]

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