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I want to start off saying, sorry to those that read my blog. I have been away for a month without the first post. Well I’m back at it. LOL

If you are someone who uses Craigslist often then SearchTempest is the right site for you!

SearchTempest takes your search and finds all the closest Craigslist ads from within a certain mileage area located near you. You type in where you are at, what you are looking for, how many miles you are willing to travel and hit search. Click on the link above or the picture and try it out for yourself.

Thanks to Kurt Jackson (classmate/friend) for the find!

“Resources for IT Professionals”

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Designed by Colasoft
“Capsa is a portable network analyzer for both LAN and WLAN which performs real-time packet capturing, 24/7 network monitoring, advanced protocol analysis, in-depth packet decoding, and automatic expert diagnosis. It provides a comprehensive and high-level visibility to your entire network, helps network administrators or network engineers quickly pinpoint and resolve various application problems, and therefore enhance end user experience and guarantee a productive network environment.”

“Capsa is a great network tool to help lower IT cost, improve network security, enhance customer service, and be more agile.”

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What is Sucuri?

“Got Malware? Need someone to clean it up for you? We offer professional malware cleanup without the hassle. No need for extra burden on your resources, we do it all for you. Enjoy being malware and blacklist free!”

“Sucuri Security is the leading provider of web-based integrity monitoring and malware detection solutions – delivered as a service. Sucuri solutions are deployed remotely in a matter of minutes anywhere in the world, allowing our customers to immediately detect and remove web-based malware and monitor their internet presence. Sucuri’s web monitoring solution is used today by more than 18,000 sites worldwide.”

“In simple terms, we clean up the mess. If your site gets hacked, blacklisted or infected with malware, we fix it for you. If your site is clean, we monitor it to let you know if a problem ever happens. We work fast, we’re affordable, and we get things done. Just ask any of our previous clients.”

“Has your WordPress blog ever been hacked? Did the culprit somehow add a whole bunch of malicious content to your blog that you had no clue how to get rid of? It has happened to me and I’m sure it has happened to some of you as well. Next time you’re in a stressful situation like this, let Sucuri come to the rescue! If you’ve been a victim of blog hacking and malware or are just looking for some ongoing protection and monitoring for your site, they can help.”

An ex-Classmate/friend of mine, Ray Vandagriff, showed this to me. It is called Social Fixer. Check it out.

“With each update, Facebook has gotten incrementally more cluttered, perplexing, and ornery—and I’m not even talking about all your annoying acquaintances flooding it with inane status updates. Yet, at the same time, it’s become a tool few of us can live without. If Facebook has you on your last nerve, here’s how to fix some of its biggest annoyances in a matter of minutes—and with only one new addition to your browser.” —Continue Reading

“We are dedicated to the system administration scripters of the world. At the Microsoft Script Center, we focus on teaching people how to use Windows PowerShell and VBScript to reduce time spent performing mundane tasks.”

Make sure you go to the Learn tab to find out how you can go to the Scripting courses.

Microsoft Script Center

“Is your computer moving at a crawl? Don’t give up. There are some things you can do about it. Craig Simms of ZDNet Australia takes a look at some of the possible ways to motivate a PC that runs like a turtle and bring it back up to speed.” —Read More

Note: At the end of each (10) article there will be an arrow to the right to go to next article.

Google is a powerful tool, but you’re missing out on a lot of that power if you just type words into it. Master Google and find the best results faster with these search tricks.

Whether you’re an inexperienced user or a seasoned professional, you’ll probably find at least one search operator you weren’t aware of here. Many of Google’s search operators aren’t very well-known. —Read More from

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) launched the 2.0 version of HTTPS Everywhere for the Firefox browser today, including an important new update that warns users about web security holes.

The “Decentralized SSL Observatory” is an optional feature that detects encryption weaknesses and notifies users when they are visiting a website with a security vulnerability – flagging potential risk for sites that are vulnerable to eavesdropping or “man in the middle” attacks.

The HTTPS Everywhere browser extension has already been installed more than a million times since it was first launched in 2010 in collaboration with the Tor Project. HTTPS Everywhere helps secure web use by encrypting connections to more than 1,400 websites, using carefully crafted rules to switch sites from HTTP to HTTPS whenever possible, increasing users’ security and privacy. —Continue Reading

In the hour that Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs lets his 9-year-old daughter surf the web every day, her wanderings have been tracked by dozens of sites.

To some degree, it’s to be expected. Tracking our online behavior is big business. The revenues involved in the top online tracking companies in the space is over $39 billion, Kovacs says. It’s not something that will be slowing any time soon.

But that isn’t for a lack of trying. Kovacs unveiled a new Firefox add-on named Collusion on Tuesday at the Technology Entertainment and Design conference (TED), a visualization tool that depicts the number and different types of sites that are tracking your browsing as you surf the web. —Continue Reading

“Samsung Sunday announced its first phone of Mobile World Congress (MWC), the Samsung Galaxy Beam, an Android smartphone with a built-in projector. The Galaxy Beam will be available globally in the second quarter of this year. MWC, which officially starts Monday in Barcelona, Spain, is the world’s largest mobile show.”

“Projector phones (and mobile projector accessories) have been around for some time, but they tend to be on the chunky and not-so-attractive side. The Galaxy Beam measures only 0.49 inches while packing in a 15 lumens projector. Most pico projector accessories sold today are only 10 or 12 lumens bright.”

“The Galaxy Beam can project video, images or PowerPoint presentations up to 50-inches wide. The resolution of projected video is 640-by-360 pixels. Samsung did a quick demo projector image quality. The image clarity was impressive: colors looked vivid and the picture looked sharp. In other demos of pico projectors I’ve seen, colors looked washed out, while images and text looked faded.” —Continue Reading @ PCWorld

“Linux is a badass open-source operating system. Take it from a card-carrying Linux lover. But it’s not without problems. One such problem: There are nearly six hundred different versions of Linux out there—an incredibly overwhelming number to even the most experienced of Linux users. If you’ve tinkered with Linux a bit and want to move beyond the basics, here’s how to narrow down that selection and find the distribution that fits your needs.
Note that this article is not necessarily for beginners. We aren’t going to go through a lot of the basic terminology here; you should already know a bit about how Linux works, what a desktop environment is, how package managers and repositories work, etc. To learn the basics, check out our Night School guide on getting started with Linux.

Read LifeHacker's Article Here

“It might not give the next-generation iPad a run for its money, but Archos has unveiled a kid-centric Android-powered tablet that won’t break the bank.”

“Called the Child Pad, the tablet costs $129 and features a 7-inch screen, runs a 1GHz processor and has 1GB RAM (actual hardware details are hazy at present). The tablet is powered by a retweaked Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ operating system that has been optimized for youngsters.” —Read More

Network troubleshooting with Netsh – Reblogged from TTC Shelbyville – Technical Blog.

“Ever have that laptop or netbook that connects to your computer but won’t go online at another location?” shows you How To Make Youthful, Glowing Portraits In Under a Minute. Here’s what they say:

“You’ve seen it in magazines, photo websites, advertisements, and loads of other places—that romantic, almost saccharine look applied to an image to soften skin texture and create “glowing” portraits. Here’s how to get that supermodel glow in under a minute.”

“You can apply this effect to nearly any image, but it will probably do its best work improving portraits or pictures of people. But if you’re like most of us, you probably have a lot of these kinds of pictures. Open up some of them, and see how ridiculously easy it is to apply that warm, professional-looking glow effect.” —Continue Reading

“Many PC gamers eagerly await the release of next-generation graphics cards, hoping that the new hardware will boost frame rates and enhance eye candy in the latest games. However, while a graphics card upgrade is almost always a good way to increase game performance or improve image quality, new cards tend to be expensive–and they aren’t always necessary.”

“Today, even midrange graphics cards are generally fast enough to pump out buttery-smooth frame rates in cutting-edge games at all but the highest resolutions. If your current graphics card is serving you well, and you’re just looking for a little something extra to increase performance, overclocking may be the better way to go. And it will certainly be more affordable.” —Continue Reading

“Not that long ago we explored a bunch of different ways you could reasonably build a gaming PC, regardless of how much money you had to spend. We showed you how to set a budget (of $500, $750, $1,000, $1,500, or $2,000), told you how to stay within it while you were picking components, and demonstrated how to put together all the parts with an eye toward making equally appropriate economically targeted upgrades at some future point. That’s not what we’re doing this time.”
—Read More from

Reblogged from Bill Mullins' Weblog

“Geeks know exactly how, and where, to tweak a Windows operating system – without necessarily running a dedicated tweaking application. Average users on the other hand, generally lack the background and experience, to venture into the dark and hidden spaces of a Windows environment.”

“But, that doesn’t mean an average user can’t tweak just like a pro. Luckily, there are more than a few free tweaking apps available that can help average users apply the most common system tweaks.”

“In past reviews of tweaking applications, more than a few readers have mentioned TweakNow PowerPack as their go-to tweaking application. So, I thought I’d take a very quick peek at TweakNow PowerPack’s capabilities.”

“As with most tweaking applications, TweakNow PowerPack is menu-driven – making it easy to accomplish system changes without the drudgery of having to go through menu after menu, or manually editing the Registry.”

“TweakNow PowerPack has a clean, easy to understand interface that provides access to over 100 system settings, some of which are hidden, and others that are just hard to find. The interface is organized for easy navigation, so, I can see no reason why a careful average user should have any problem tweaking their system with TweakNow PowerPack.”

Reblogged from Bill Mullins' Weblog

“I like the idea that technology makes it easier to stay “connected”, but Facebook , Twitter and the like, take that connected feeling well past my comfort zone. While I do have a Facebook account, that account is dedicated to professional use only.”

“On balance, social networking is a good thing – it’s opened new doorways of opportunity to stay connected. But, with those positive opportunities, comes a new set of problems. With Facebook, those problems include a corporate philosophy that includes unethical behavior and bullying.”

“It’s unfortunate that Facebook users make the assumption that Facebook is essentially safe, and harmless – despite the fact that it’s anything but. Facebook is a scam and malware magnet without parallel.”

“Look, it’s natural for we humans to communicate, be friendly, and generous – and, Facebook is certainly a vehicle for that. But, the lack of privacy controls – or, perhaps more accurately – the ever changing privacy controls on Facebook, are cause for concern. There’s little doubt that Facebook’s privacy settings are a continuing source of controversy.”

“Regular reader, and good friend John B., recently pointed me to an application – Exfoliate (currently priced at 99 cents) – which can automate the removal of content from Facebook – content that perhaps you now regret posting.”

“The quest for a high-tech “shopping cart of the future” is nothing new, but Whole Foods is planning to test a new spin on the concept, using Microsoft’s Kinect sensor for Windows. The motorized cart identifies a shopper with a loyalty card, follows the shopper around the store, scans items as they’re placed inside, marks them off the shopping list, and even checks the shopper out in the end.”

“Microsoft showed the very early prototype, being developed for Whole Foods by a third-party developer, Austin-based Chaotic Moon, during an event on the Redmond campus today, hosted by Craig Mundie, the company’s chief research and strategy officer.” —Read More

I have just joined LinkedIn. There is not much on my profile yet but I will be updating it soon. What is LinkedIn? It is the “World’s Largest Professional Network”. It is a way for Business Employers and Acquaintances to learn more about the Professional in you. Join LinkedIn for yourself now!

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“The auto-correct feature on the iPhone and other smartphones can be extremely useful. Occasionally it can lead to embarrassment and mayhem, as was the case at a Georgia high school yesterday.”

“Gunna be at West Hall Today” was what a student at Lanier Technical College meant to type and send, but auto-correct changed the first word to “gunman.” The message went out as: ”Gunman be at West Hall Today.” —Continue Reading

“When you download a script off the internet and try to run it, if you have not previously configured PowerShell, it will throw a nasty error in red font. This is enough to scare most users off, but there is an easy fix.” —Continue Reading