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It’s the nature of our shared faith. On the one hand, our heart-led path is very narrow, steep and rough. Precious few are those who walk with us. On the other hand, we so desperately need each other because no … Continue reading
For a few days, at least, the FTP server will be down. If you want to know the details: I’m having trouble with the fancy router. The factory firmware is crappy and unreliable. I’m waiting for DD-WRT to release a … Continue reading
Not in the sense of broken apart, I’m just tossing in a bunch of little things here. I kept the post-op cushioned leg immobilizer because that hinged brace is good only for walking around, and absolutely painful for resting. So … Continue reading
Look at the Reddit thread on Win10 forced upgrades. I took the time to wade through most of it. The Microsoft apologists are lying — knowingly lying about what happens. Literally hundreds of people are doing everything right and still … Continue reading
Most people are vaguely aware that Windows by default includes a service that keeps track of your favorite sites and stashes the DNS reference (IP address) so it won’t have to keep asking for the same address. Even laptops do … Continue reading
Consider the moral implications. Understanding the technology is one thing; knowing why and how it matters is another level entirely. If your computer runs Win10 and you have some functional reason for preferring it over whatever was running before, but … Continue reading