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The Scene of This World Is Changing - Universities

Maybe I'm just old. I don't know. Elementary education changes over time have been a source of grumbling. And from my perspective, rightly so. The schools seem to have lost focus on what is truly important. Standardized tests frighten school systems. But
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Posted by on October 16, 2018

Spamming the First Initial of Your Name

Well, perhaps you are one of those who use as your email address your first initial and last name. Let's make up one. Say your name is Hermione Svelt. So you go by HSvelt@howdydoodymail.com Now spammers are not partial. They spam everyone they can reach.
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Posted by on September 24, 2018

Nostalgia? Do You Remember: When LINKS were Always Blue?

When I first heard anything much about computers that was of any real interest to me, it had to do with computer games. There was this game called ZORK. It was a simple text game. If you're old as the hills, you may have heard of it. I played it and was f
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Posted by on September 24, 2018

Hacked Off

There was an extremely annoying hack of IT sites this week. As far as I can make out, one of the plugins that is used for Word Press sites was maliciously altered, so that everyone who had it installed got unwanted attacks on their websites. Plugins A pl
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Posted by on November 16, 2018

Inventors Seldom See the Big Picture

I read what should have been a light, interesting if relatively unimportant, article on the invention of the push lawn mower. Fellow writer Anthony Davis provided this link: Who Made That Lawn Mower? The article triggered a chain of thoughts in my mind.
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Posted by on October 10, 2018

Hacked Off

There was an extremely annoying hack of IT sites this week. As far as I can make out, one of the plugins that is used for Word Press sites was maliciously altered, so that everyone who had it installed got unwanted attacks on their websites. Plugins A pl
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Posted by on November 16, 2018

The Scene of This World Is Changing - Universities

Maybe I'm just old. I don't know. Elementary education changes over time have been a source of grumbling. And from my perspective, rightly so. The schools seem to have lost focus on what is truly important. Standardized tests frighten school systems. But
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 16, 2018

Inventors Seldom See the Big Picture

I read what should have been a light, interesting if relatively unimportant, article on the invention of the push lawn mower. Fellow writer Anthony Davis provided this link: Who Made That Lawn Mower? The article triggered a chain of thoughts in my mind.
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 10, 2018

Nostalgia? Do You Remember: When LINKS were Always Blue?

When I first heard anything much about computers that was of any real interest to me, it had to do with computer games. There was this game called ZORK. It was a simple text game. If you're old as the hills, you may have heard of it. I played it and was f
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Posted by on September 24, 2018

Spamming the First Initial of Your Name

Well, perhaps you are one of those who use as your email address your first initial and last name. Let's make up one. Say your name is Hermione Svelt. So you go by HSvelt@howdydoodymail.com Now spammers are not partial. They spam everyone they can reach.
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Posted by on September 24, 2018

One Spam/Scam Email Introduction

One of the easiest forms of spam/scam to recognize is an email that begins... "From the Desk of..." Simply delete. This form of English is employed by spammers from smaller English-speaking countries famous for their effort to ensnare those desirous of
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Posted by on September 17, 2018

I Never Heard of This Browser - Have You UC Browser

I was checking Google Analytics concerning my website, Quirkyscience.com, when I spotted a load-speed feature. I clicked on that, and it listed various internet connection software browsers and such. One of them was called UC Browser. Why, I'd never even h
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Posted by on September 3, 2018

I managed to actually fix my Google Search Page in SeaMonkey simply by FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS

I managed to actually Fix my Google Search Page in SeaMonkey simply by FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. It is a thing I normally do not do. That is, alter CODE in an HTML document in a browser, but since I got the instructions from a tech support guy at Mo
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Posted by on September 2, 2018

Open Source Code is for those who liike solving HTML problems, but I like it easy. Not getting any easier though.

I had a problem. Still having a problem, with SeaMonkey. It is a browser that most do not even know much about. I was typing in some lines in a Google search yesterday when suddenly I managed to press some keys by mistake, and suddenly my cursor r
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Posted by on September 1, 2018

Do You Receive Offers of Help at Your Internet Site?

I own my own site: Quirkyscience.com. You may own your own site. Do you receive offers to help you improve your site? Be very slow to buy into it. One of the best I've received informed me they analyzed my site. They then provided a bullet list of issues
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Posted by on July 21, 2018