Having an x-men marathon with the boyfriend
Only in Colorado.
If only someone didn't throw out my hacked up router.... Gurrr
Back in 2015, the FCC introduced new guidelines that looked like a threat to anyone wanting to hack and install open firmwares on their routers. They backed off, but a lot of manufacturers are still locking their devices down, just in case. Linksys, the company just announced, isn’t one of them.
Linksys says that even though blocking custom firmware (the way TP-Link plans to do) would be the easier way to comply with the new rules, it’s possible to include security to stop DFS from being disabled without locking the router down completely, and that’s what they plan to do.
It's Time We Had A Word About Overdone HDR Photography... [Opinion]
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, and in photographic terms generally produces an image with even highlights, midtones and shadows so the e
Google - Custom background (16 images or your own) - Themes and Skins fo...
Because Google has disabled custom background in November 2012. I don't own this pictures.
3 Personal Finance Managers for Linux: Comparing wxBanker, KMyMoney, and...
With the Linux platform, you’ll find applications to meet just about every need to keep track of your finances.
Considering Legacy UNIX/Linux Issues | Linux Journal
Gah, so frustrating! Ten years ago I wrote a rather popular book called Wicked Cool Shell Scripts, and I'm working on a new edition—a Tenth