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BOHICA on Encryption

First, let’s remind ourselves of the basic principle of government: Nobody has any business poking around in your daily life if they aren’t related by blood or covenant. That comes down from our Creator. So far as I know, no … Continue reading

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Don’t Panic Yet, Linux Users

Someone asked me what my plans were regarding my use of Linux, given two posts pointing out problems with it. Don’t panic … yet. If you have joined me in running some branch of Ubuntu 18.04, or a derivative like … Continue reading

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Terminal Notes

The title is merely my dark sense of humor: I’m making some necessary adjustments in my computer ministry. I’ll help you with Win7 and Vista. I’ll give you some limited help with Win8. I’ll help you a lot with running … Continue reading

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Technocracy of War, Part 10

Early that next morning, Thad was clawing up from a deep and troubled sleep to realize his phone was ringing. Struggling to be alert enough to respond intelligently to whatever it was so important to wake him just after dawn. … Continue reading

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Technocracy of War, Part 9

Thad had never moved that far from his last military assignment. The base was just a few minutes up the interstate highway. While he had been careful to avoid buying a home in the standard flight pattern, he was easily … Continue reading

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Technocracy of War, Part 6

The one thing Thad liked most was how they had managed to port almost every GUI application over to a TUI. Thus, while losing some of the buttons and toolbars, the backend was the same for web browser, office suite, … Continue reading

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Technocracy of War, Part 5

For most of that week, Thad poked and prodded Bread OS. There was in the documentation a notice more popular applications would be ported eventually, but the basic set of workstation programs was almost complete. The desktop display was not … Continue reading

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