We were in Savannah two weeks ago, and I had to add this pictures to my Signs collection on Pinterest. Found outside the Charleston Shoe Company, 310 West St. Julian Street, Savannah, GA 31401 Geo: 32.08099, -81.09524Continue Reading →
Back in July, eight-year-old Saga Vanecek was playing in a lake near her family’s summer home in Sweden. She reached into the water and pulled out what she thought was a stick—but quickly realized that it was something far more special.
“Daddy, I found a sword!” she cried, according to Catherine Edwards of the Local Sweden.
Saga’s family subsequently alerted the Jönköpings Läns Museum to the discovery, and experts there have ...Continue Reading →
This image from Pinterest seemed familiar to me. In technology we have similar sayings. Terms such as PEBKAC (Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair), Identity Error or ID-10T/1D-10T error (idiot error), PICNIC (Problem In Chair, Not In Computer), IBM error (Idiot Behind Machine error) and other similar phrases are used as slang in technical circles with derogatory meaning.Continue Reading →
I was trying to do some research on encryption and discovered that due to “lack of funding,” government websites are down. This is crazy. Costs the same to run this page as it does to leave the whole site up! Trump shuts down the government – solution – spank the taxpayers!https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/fips/fips197/fips-197.pdfContinue Reading →
From Pinterest – our favorite thing – passwords
Check out the top 25 most used and least secure passwords of 2018 and whether yours made the cut.
1. 123456 (Rank unchanged from last year)
2. password (Unchanged)
3. 123456789 (Up 3)
4. 12345678 (Down 1)
5. 12345 (Unchanged)
6. 111111 (New)
7. 1234567 (Up 1)
8. sunshine (New)
9. qwerty (Down 5)
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This post is funny only from the standpoint of “it’s funny how things turn out” or “its funny how big things start in small places.” More of a history lesson – but please bear with me and read on.
From the Stanford University website:
“On December 9, 1968, Douglas C. Engelbart and the group of 17 researchers working with him in the Augmentation Research Center at Stanford Research Institute in ...Continue Reading →