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Privacy and Security

Apples to Androids Part One: Security and Privacy

Today will look at security and privacy between Apple iOS and Google Android including encryption, data privacy, and vulnerabilities.

Dance

Five Tips for Being a Dance Dad of a Competitive Dancer

The smell of hairspray fills the hotel room as I sit here planning what to do between dances. Little Dude is already griping about having to go, and it’s going to be a long day. Solos at 7:30am but the group dances aren’t until 3pm. That’s a long time to hear “Tutus and Tennis Shoes”…
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Home Plate

In it for the Long Ball: Little League Baseball 2017

Little League baseball season is a special time of year. The smell of freshly cut grass, brick dust, and line chalk bring a nice aroma to the nose. The sounds of the PA system crackling to life for the first playing of the National Anthem and the greatest words “PLAY BALL!”. The clink of bats…
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Apples to Androids

Apples to Androids Series Introduction

Apples to Androids is a new series that will help answer some questions about the switch from iOS to Android and approach the topic in an analytical way.

Social Engineering

Cybersecurity: Social Engineering and Why You Should Care

Social engineering remains one of the most effective tools in a hacker’s arsenal. Learn what it is and how to protect yourself.

Let’s Talk About the Essential Phone

The Essential Phone is a nice looking device, it is capable, and it is durable. But it’s nothing special. So stop the hype train, I want off.

Linux

Sudo Seriously Fun Linux Command Terminal Packages

There is a lot of time to waste and fun to be had in a Linux command terminal Here is my top 10 favorite little goodies to play with on my Linux machine.

To the Graduating Class of 2017 or What I Know about Survival

This year, you are graduating. You have reached some kind of pinnacle of your academic career and you are soon going to be celebrating this achievement.

Cancer Cells

Cancer, College, and Continuation

It was in the fall of 2012 that my life would get turned inside out and upside down by cancer. Five years later, I am a college graduate.