Gutenberg is the latest blog editor from WordPress. I have been using WordPress since Matt was probably the only employee, and I have stubbornly held onto the past by using the original, old familiar, editor until about 2 months ago. Focusing on TechyMike.com again (hey, once a geek […]
I wanted to see how Google’s ($50) Titan Security Key could work to secure my online accounts. Based upon my past experiences at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, where we tested a separate physical key, I understand how well the security offered by an external physical device can work.
Updated 9/10/2018, 10/10/2018, 1/23/2020 I read a headline today stating that Podesta’s password was “password”. How STUPID! In 2016, when his email was hacked, this was UNFORGIVABLY STUPID. And look what happened. I have given some tips in the past in this blog, and today, I will re-iterate a […]
Although a rare occurrence, yesterday we lost AT&T Wireless service to our cell phones. This made me think about diversity of communications in the home. Every time I go to pay our Comcast bill I am told that by adding telephone service (and more recently a home alarm […]
UPDATE on errors during download from Computerworld. From me…it may be wise to wait a day, or three, before installing, what is your rush anyway…a few more days won’t hurt. Read a book! 🙂 Just in case you are soooo busy taking care of video conferencing stuff….here is a […]
September 11, 2001 (Originally written for ForCarol.com) Lori’s mother’s birthday started out just like any other day. I was just getting up, Lori was already getting Kristen ready for school, Sunny (our currently 11 year old yellow lab who now has a tumor that is scaring us) was […]
Jonathan Yankovitch posted an email on the Coworking group with a link to Memolane. I clicked on the link and……saw something REALLY cool! If you have been reading my blogs, you pretty much know that I consider Twitter and Facebook as too temporary. You post something, and somewhere […]