I recently did a 2-hour special interview with Mary Coon of Motivational-radio.com on the subject of online security. We focused on my “14 Golden Rules of Computer Security” (which is currently being revised and will help launch my new site) We had a very lively […]
In 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after liftoff, killing all seven crew members. The crew of Space Shuttle Challenger consisted of Mission Commander Francis R. Scobee; Pilot Michael J. Smith; Payload Specialists Gregory B. Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe; Mission Specialists Judith A.
I’ve always been curious about running Windows-based applications on my Mac but was never willing to pay $80 or so to find out about it. So when Jim Hillier sent me an email about this Mac bundle (http://www.macsuperbundle.com/) offered by Nova Development, I couldn’t resist.
In 1967, the Apollo 1 fire killed astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee. In one of the worst tragedies in the history of spaceflight, the crew members were killed in a fire in the Apollo Command Module during a preflight test at Cape
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Are You an IT Cave Man? – Part 1: Computer Servers What’s Ancient, Tired and Wired in IT If you’ve been in a cave for the last five years you’ve missed some amazing advances in Information Technology. Yes, you are now an IT Cave Man!
In 1998, Intel launched the 333 MHz Pentium II chip. It was codenamed Deschutes. It didn’t offer much of a performance boost over its predecessor, a 300 MHZ chip. However, using a new fabrication process allowed for a smaller die size and less power consumption.
After so-called disappointing earnings and revenue last quarter, Apple has pretty much blown the numbers out of the water for Tim Cook’s first quarter as CEO. Its growth is rather staggering, especially given the competition from Android devices on both the smartphone and tablet fronts.
This is part 2 of a 4 part series evaluating and comparing 3 alternative cleaning suites. The three products are SlimCleaner, Toolwiz Care and Wise Disk Cleaner: Part 1: SlimCleaner — Part 3: Wise Disk Cleaner — Part 4: Conclusion In Part 2 we are
In 1627, chemist Robert Boyle was born in Ireland. He is best known for Boyle’s Law aka the Ideal Gas Law. We all remember it from our high school chemistry class. The law states for a gas of constant temperature, changes in pressure are inversely
This story is not at all amusing but it is incredible – I couldn’t find a more suitable category so posted it here. Apparently the story has been around a while, this actually happened quite some time back. But I hadn’t heard about it before
I have previously shown you how to reduce the physical size of photos/images using FastStone Image viewer, in order to make them more email/share friendly – you can view that previous article HERE. In this guide I’m going to show you how to reduce an
There are many ways to skin a cat, and probably even more ways to measure mobile platform dominance. Not long after Motorola’s first Droid smartphone reached 1 million copies sold, Google, Apple, the media, and fanboys everywhere have all used different tactics and statistics for