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  • An Honest Review Of Wix Websites For Business
    July 15, 2019 / No Comments / Learning/Educational,Review

    (This post was written from personal experience when assisting businesses owners with Wix websites) Let’s be honest, start up businesses are trying to get the best value and save the most money. It’s not to be cheap, it’s to prevent going out of business or facing laying off good people. So it’s no surprise that

  • Laptops For $300 Or Less
    April 7, 2019 / No Comments / Shop

    As we all know, surprises can happen with our devices and they will need to be replaced. If you’ve just experienced a tragedy with your previous laptop, you can find a list of replacements for $300 or under. All of these laptops are currently on sale through Amazon and some come with free shipping. The

  • Discovery Of Biological Structure In Geobacter Will Change Tech
    April 6, 2019 / No Comments / Uncategorized

    On April 4th, 2018, the University of Virginia Health System announced they had discovered a new biological structure in a particular type of bacteria, called Geobacter. Geobacter have been interesting to scientists due to their known ability to conduct electricity and consume harmful substances like uranium while giving carbon dioxide as waste. Geobacter were previously

  • Why You Should Consider HP
    April 3, 2019 / 4 Comments / Learning/Educational

    Everyone has heard of the Hewlett-Packard brand, but many have not done any background research on the company. In this article, we won’t just point out the technical specifications of HP, but also the philanthropic initiatives of the company as well. Maybe next time you’re buying a new laptop, you will consider HP. First and

  • What is Ecosia
    April 3, 2019 / 5 Comments / Learning/Educational

    Have you heard of the Ecosia search engine and are wondering if it’s legit? Curious where Ecosia gets its funding comes from? Want to know how it works? Welcome! This article contains all the info and citations that you’ll need to understand the basics. What is Ecosia? Ecosia.org is a online search engine equivalent to

  • How To Get A Website Traffic
    March 27, 2019 / 4 Comments / Learning/Educational

    Having a well designed website with great content will do you no good if it doesn’t get any traffic. The first thing that comes to mind when people think of bringing more traffic to their site is “marketing”, but “marketing” is a buzz word that could include anything from TV ads to simply telling your

  • The Curses and Blessings of Virtual Assistants
    March 23, 2019 / No Comments / Uncategorized

    Virtual Assistants such as Amazon Alexa, Cortana, Siri, etc have changed and are continuing to change the world. They are proof of the saying “no one gets to vote on whether or not technology changes our lives”. A collection of new blessings and dangers come with the introduction of these assistants to the public. These

  • Virtual Private Servers With Vultr
    March 22, 2019 / No Comments / Learning/Educational

      Virtual Private Servers are servers that are maintained by a business rather than the individual using the server. This service is great if you’re too busy working on your business or site, and don’t want to spend time updating, maintaining, or monitoring the security activity of the server yourself. Whether you’re a big business

  • Why You Need A Website And How A Website Helps Business
    March 15, 2019 / 4 Comments / Learning/Educational

    Surprisingly, there is a common misconception in our current year of 2019 that websites are only needed if your business is designed to take payments online only, such as services like Spotify and Netflix. These are businesses where you don’t “walk in” to make payments. To say you “don’t need” a website is equivalent to

  • Using Ozobot To Teach Programming
    January 14, 2019 / No Comments / Learning/Educational

    Today people are introduced to programming at younger and younger ages. If you would like to get your children around the age of 8 introduced to programming then there is a innovative company that has free online programming games and provides toy robots that your kids can play with to learn the logical fundamentals of

  • Nonlogging Opensource VPNs
    January 7, 2019 / No Comments / Uncategorized

    There is a plethora of VPN options out in the market. However, when a user needs a VPN that is Free Software and doesn’t log user data, you begin to thin out the selection rather quickly. This post should hopefully save you time by listing virtual private networks that fit the criteria. Keep in mind

  • Getting Started With Debuggers
    January 6, 2019 / No Comments / Uncategorized

    Sometimes when writing complex C programs you need the assistance of a debugger. This post will not make you an expert, but it will introduce you to two popular debuggers known as Valgrind and GDB (GNU DeBugger). You can find the source code and list of supported platforms at http://www.valgrind.org/info/platforms.html. The License is GPL. If

  • Understanding Hashes versus Encryption Ciphers with Python
    December 19, 2018 / No Comments / cybersecurity,Free Software,Learning/Educational,security

    For those who are just now learning about hashing and encryption, the two can seem confusing. Fortunately it is easy to understand when an example is given. Both hashing and encryption have the same purpose of protecting data. The difference is in the process. Ciphers (encryption) are meant to be reversible, hashes are NOT. This

  • Comparing Windows vs GNU/Linux in Security, Stability, and Versatility
    November 10, 2018 / No Comments / cybersecurity,FOSS,Learning/Educational,security

      It is no secret that the FOSS (Free Open Source Software) community has always preferred GNU/Linux over Microsoft Windows. Not only in technical areas where security or stability is needed, but also in just moral terms such as privacy and freedom.  However, this preference is not limited to hobbyists. Government agencies like the Department

  • Mobile Messaging Privacy Using Signal
    November 2, 2018 / No Comments / Learning/Educational

    There are tons of messaging apps available today for both iPhone and Android. Few of them offer any genuine sense of security and privacy. For example, if you use the default calling app on your phone to call a friend, your call is not encrypted and therefore not private. Sometimes privacy is something we crave

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